Download Latest Magisk 17.3 Beta and Magisk Manager 6.0.1: If you’re into Android development or love personalizing every bit of your Android phone, you’ve likely come across Magisk. For those unfamiliar, Magisk is a great tool for gaining root access on your smartphone.
You might wonder why use Magisk when there’s already SuperSU for Android. Here’s the key difference: Magisk uses a systemless approach, unlike SuperSU which depends on the system. This means Magisk doesn’t mess with any files on your device, but SuperSU does.
Now, Magisk is much newer than SuperSU and this tool has been in the market from the past 2 or 3 years only. However, the pace at which Magisk has been developed as well as gaining popularity is commendable. Talking about its popularity, we dare say that it has surpassed the popularity of SuperSU quite comfortably. Magisk has been developed by an XDA recognized contributor named as topjohnwu. Earlier this week, topjohnwu announced that a new version of Magisk is now ready for beta testing. This version of Magisk is versioned Magisk 17.3 and is only available in beta form as of now.
Apart from Magisk 17.3 beta, topjohnwu also announced the latest version of Magisk Manager which is an add-on for Magisk to run properly on supported devices. The latest version of Magisk Manager which has been released is Magisk Manager v6.0.1. Talking about the latest improvements to Magisk, we would like to tell you that this version has been released after two long months. But, the improvements seem to justify the wait as this release of Magisk almost supports Project Treble which will be improved further.
Apart from that, some Magisk users reported a loss of root access all of a sudden. If you are one of them then keep in mind that this bug has been fixed now. Now, you can download both the Magisk v17.3 Beta and the Magisk Manager v6.0.1 from right here.
Magisk 17.3 Beta Features:
- Support boot image header v1 (Pixel 3)
- No more linked lists for caching su_info
- Parse command-lines in client side and send only options to daemon
- Early ACK to prevent client freezes and early denies
- Prevent bootloops in situations where /data is mounted twice
- Prevent logcat failures when /system/bin is magic mounting, could cause MagiskHide to fail
- Switch hexpatch to remove Samsung Defex to a more general pattern
- Update data encryption detection for better custom recovery support
Download Magisk 17.3 Beta and Magisk Manager 6.0.1
How To Install Magisk Via Recovery to root any supported Android device
First download the Magisk Zip beta and apk now follow the linked guide: