Stable Magisk v15.0 Is Now Released Officially: Magisk has become very popular in the past couple of years as an alternative to the famous SuperSU file which was the only option earlier if we wanted to achieve root access on our smartphone. However, Magisk is one such method which lets us achieve root access and it has a very different method to achieve root than SuperSU which is also the reason why the method became so popular in such a short time. Talking about Magisk, it is a systemless method of root rather than SuperSU which is a system dependent method of achieving root access.
Now, we would like to explain what this means in detail. Magisk does not interfere with the system which means that this method will not affect any of the system partitions and there would not be any modifications to the internal parts of the system whereas it is different in SuperSU which interferes with system partitions to achieve root access. Now, we have seen that Magisk has already been released for quite some time now and it was up to v14 until now. However, a new version of Magisk in the stable channel has been released just in time for the Christmas and Holiday season.
This new version of Magisk is known as Magisk v15 and there is now a whole new template which has been redesigned from Magisk v14 which is template 1400 and the latest template in Magisk v15 is the template 1500. Apart from that, there is an all-new Magisk Repo Submission Server added to the Magisk module also which is useful for developers to build Magisk modules with ease.
Now, the Magisk v15 has been released after months of testing and the module is suitable for daily use so you can download and install on your phone with any problems.If you want to know more about this build or want to download it, then head over to the source page linked below.
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