Yes, it's entirely possible if
the malware/Trojan resides and or modifies /system partition (search would show it's not uncommon) .
Thanks to Firelord who pointed out another possibility of
cases where an update to system introduced a persistent system level malware (usually a spyware, adware type), or one or two system apps (usually system update apps) ...
With methods described below, when the phone disconnect from your wifi network, wifi will be immediately switched off. Also they don't require the Location Services to be on.
A. Xposed Edge
Open Xposed Edge, go to More triggers > Wifi Disconncted > Wifi > Turn off.
Open Macrodroid, click Add Macro.
Click the + on the right of Trigger. ...
I just built a userdebug version of AOSP 10.0 for my Pixel 4 XL; it does contain an su binary in /system/xbin/su.
It differs from what many mean by "rooting" in that it doesn't let you actually run su from on the phone itself (say, within termux). It can only be executed by root or a member of the shell group, which is what is used while running an ...
If you have only 1 USB port in the PC, try a PCIe USB card.
As for rooting with Magisk without a PC, unless you can find a port of TWRP for it, I doubt it. (There's no official TWRP for the A20, and flashing Magisk requires TWRP as far as I can see from everything TopJohnWu has said. You can try the one at https://mega.nz/folder/LTZlUKyI#...
You don't have to root your device for debloating.
System apps can be "uninstalled" from adb shell
adb shell pm disable --user 0 <pkgname>
(actually that will disable the app. Do this again after each factory reset)
If your device is rooted with Magisk you can remove apps from system (overlay).
Just create some empty files for the file/...
You can also remove it without PC.
I made a tool that will do this thing.
Replace it with SuperSU from https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/2020-replace-kingroot-v5-x-or-kingo-root-with-supersu.3904880/
Which works with newer versions of KingRoot too.