If you’re a smartphone user interested in enabling root access, topjohnwu, a prominent developer, has just released a new version of Magisk. Magisk is an Android Root Manager, an alternative to SuperSu, which is another tool for rooting Android devices. However, Magisk stands out with its unique features and benefits compared to SuperSU. The latest Magisk 20.1 Zip and Magisk Manager 7.4.0 APK now include functions to hide root access. You can download these latest stable versions from the provided link.
Magisk offers a systemless rooting method, in contrast to SuperSU’s system-enabled approach. Rooting with SuperSU alters your Android device’s core system files, which might lead to issues with secure applications. On the other hand, Magisk interacts only with root files and provides root access without such complications. This means you can easily use applications, including banking apps, without any trouble.
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Magisk Zip 20.1 and Magisk Manager 7.4.0 APK
The popular Magisk developer, topjohnwu, has now released another new Magisk version that’s Magisk 20.1 zip and Magisk Manager 7.4.0 APK latest stable version for the Android 9.0+ or later running devices. It will hide root to fix out all the root detection and Google’s SafetyNet security measure issues. So,
According to the Magisk v20.1 release notes, the root hiding feature will work on the Magisk Manager 7.4.0 APK version. The developer has developed a stub app and the new Magisk Manager download and replace the stub app on the compatible devices. Then the stub app will download the full version app into its internal data. It will load and run the full Magisk Manager in a dynamic way.
While on the incompatible devices, you can customize the app name of the repackaged Magisk Manager
and Magisk Manager will generate new keys to sign the repackaged APK to prevent signature detection. This will work on Magisk Manager 7.4.0 or later version.
Magisk 20.1 Zip and Magisk Manager 7.4.0 Update Changelog
The Magisk v20.1 supports component name agnostic communication for the stub APK, support recovery images without recovery binary,
- [MagiskSU] Support component name agnostic communication (for stub APK)
- [MagiskBoot] Set proper header_size in boot image headers (fix vbmeta error on Samsung devices)
- [MagiskHide] Scan zygote multiple times
- [MagiskInit] Support recovery images without /sbin/recovery binary. This will fix some A/B devices unable to boot to recovery after flashing Magisk
- [General] Move acct to prevent the daemon from being killed
- [General] Make sure “–remove-modules” will execute uninstall.sh after removal
Magisk Manager v7.4.0
- Hide Magisk Manager with stub APKs on Android 9.0+
- Allow customizing app name when hiding Magisk Manager
- Generate random keys to sign the hidden Magisk Manager to prevent signature detections
- Fix fingerprint UI infinite loop
Download Magisk 20.1 zip and Magisk Manager 7.4.0 APK
The following download links are from the Github repository of the project.
- Magisk-v20.1.zip Stable (Latest)
- Magisk Manager v7.4.0.apk (Latest Stable)
- Magisk-Uninstaller-20191102.zip (Latest)
- Magisk 20.0 ZIP and Magisk Manager 7.3.5
- Magisk 18 Zip and Magisk Manager 6.1.0
How to Install Magisk Via Recovery on Any Android Device
Use either the Magisk v20.1+ zip stable or beta version and flash it 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:
We hope this guide is helpful to you and you’ve updated the Magisk version on your device.