Magisk has been the go-to option for achieving root access on almost all the smartphones now that Magisk has been so popular and there are new releases every year as well to the app which make it an even more viable option than SuperSU which was the best option to achieve root access until Magisk was released. Now, we have seen that the Magisk v15 was recently released which was almost a week back from now. However, Magisk v15 met with some boot loop issues on a few smartphones which made the developer of Magisk, TopJohnWu to release another version of Magisk which was released a few days ago and it was versioned as Magisk v15.1
However, now we have known that Magisk v15.1 also has some boot looping issues and this is faced by the users of OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T. To be specific, the users of the OnePlus 5 and the OnePlus 5T who are running the Open Beta program released by OnePlus which installs Android Oreo have been facing this problem of random reboots occurring on their smartphones.
Thus, the fix to this issue was needed so that the OnePlus 5 and 5T users would not have to face Magisk reboots and can use the root access method on their smartphone smoothly and thus, we now have a newer version of Magisk released by its developer. This version is Magisk v15.2 and it is not surprising to see that the issue faced by OnePlus 5 and 5T users of the random reboot has successfully been fixed in this version.
Also, the newest version of Magisk also implements new SELinux policy rules that improve MagiskHide support on Samsung devices. In order to download and install the latest version of Magisk, you need to visit the link mentioned below to download Magisk 15.2