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{2020} Download Magisk zip and Magisk Manager App (All Versions)

Android means customization and tweaks. Most of the Android users always want to customize their devices including installing custom firmware, custom recovery, custom module, root access, etc. Now, if you want to enable root access on your Android device without any system security issue, then Magisk will be a great option. Magisk has been developed by topjohnwu and it works really well on most of the Android devices. Now, you can download Magisk zip and Magisk Manager App (All Versions) {2020}.

Magisk is a systemless rooting process that interacts with root files and offers root access. Therefore, you can use any of the applications very easily like any banking app, etc. While the SuperSU is a system-enabled root manager and it changes the core system files on Android devices. Therefore, users may face some issues during using any secured application like online transactions, banking apps, etc.

It’s an open-source tool and supports Android 4.2 or higher version running devices. It basically covers the fundamental parts for Android customization like rooting, boot scripts, SELinux patches, dm-verity, etc. Magisk can also hide root access and notifications so that any security-integrated service or app can’t track that your device is actually rooted. Most importantly, it bypasses Google’s SafetyNet API feature.

Magisk Features:

  • Open Source
  • Magic Mount
  • MagiskSU
  • Magisk Manager
  • MagiskHide
  • Resetprop
  • Removes AVB 2.0, dm-verity, force encrypt
  • Unlock partition blocks to support remount to rw

{2020} Download Magisk zip and Magisk Manager App (All Versions)

Magisk zip advantages

The developer topjohnwu has recently released the latest version of the Magisk zip and Magisk Manager app with some improvements to its previous version. Here we’ve shared all the version download links. You can also check Magisk Modules (Repository) – Link.

How to Install Magisk Via Recovery on Any Android Device

You can flash the Magisk via TWRP recovery in order to root your Android device running Android 9.0 Pie or previous versions. Then install the Magisk Manager app as well. If you want to uninstall the Magisk, you have to flash the uninstaller zip via TWRP Recovery.

First, download the Magisk Zip beta and apk now follow the linked guide:

Guide: Download and Install Magisk On Android Device [Universal Systemless Interface for Android]

We hope this guide is helpful to you and you’ve installed or updated the Magisk on your device.

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Ravis Sharma

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