Download Magisk manager apk 27.0 [2024]

What Android devices Are supported by Magisk APK?

Magisk is an open-source suite of customisation tools for Android that works with smartphones running versions greater than 6.0. A few standout attributes are:

  • MagiskSU: Grant applications root access.
  • Installing modules will allow you to modify read-only partitions using Magisk.
  • The most comprehensive tool for unpacking and repackaging Android boot images is MagiskBoot.
  • Zygisk: Execute code within the processes of all Android applications

Android smartphones running versions higher than 6.0 Marshmallow) can use Magisk; they include

  • Android 6.0
  • Marshmallow, 7.0
  • Nougat, 8.0
  • Oreo, 9.0
  • Pie 10 and more recent iterations, like Android 11 and higher.

Since most contemporary smartphones run Android versions within this range, this covers a large spectrum of devices released in recent years. Compatibility, however, may differ depending on certain device types and manufacturer modifications. Before moving on with installation, it is always advised to verify the most recent compatibility information on the official Magisk manual or community forums.

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Magisk Changelog

Magisk v27.0

  • [MagiskBoot] Eliminate zero-padding in the case of a larger signed boot image.
  • [App]Avoid Out of Memory (OOM) issues during the patching of AP tarfiles.
  • [App]Rectify a bug related to device configuration detection.
  • [Zygisk]Rectify and streamline the logic for file descriptor sanitization.
  • [MagiskPolicy] Address issues with genfscon and filename_trans.
  • [MagiskPolicy] Resolve a bug in libsepol.
  • [General] Address the oversight of logging errors from C++ code being overlooked.

Magisk v26.3

  • [App]Resolve the issue of the root service being unable to bind on OnePlus devices.
  • [General] Update the toolchain responsible for producing faulty arm32 executables.
  • [General]Upgrade BusyBox to version 1.36.1.
  • [General]Rectify the device information detection script.

Magisk v26.2

  • [MagisPolicy Updates] Fixed patching extended permissions.
  • [MagisPolicy Updates] Added support for more syntax for extended permissions.
  • [MagisPolicy Updates] Added support for printing out the loaded policy rules.
  • [Magisk App] Added support for patching the boot image from ROM zips.
  • [Magisk App]Properly preserves boot.img when patching Samsung firmware with init_boot.img.
  • [MagiskSu] Added support for -g and -G options.
  • [MagiskSu]Added support for switching mount namespace to PID with -t.
  • [resetprop Updates] Added support for printing property context.
  • [resetprop Updates]Added support for only printing persistent properties from storage.
  • [resetprop Updates] Properly supports setting persistent properties bypassing property_service.
  • [Daemon] Made the daemon socket a fixed path in MAGISKTMP.
  • [MagiskBoot]Added support for extracting the boot image from payload.bin.
  • [MagiskBoot]Added support for handling cpio files containing character files.
  • [MagiskBoot]Added support for listing cpio content.
  • [MagiskBoot]Direct handling of AVB 1.0 signing and verification without going through Java implementation.

Magisk v26.1

  • [App] Fixed an issue causing crashes when revoking root permissions.
  • [MagiskInit] Modified the logic to always prefer ext4 partitions over f2fs when selecting the pre-init partition. This can be related to the initialization process of Magisk during the boot sequence.
  • [General]Restored module files’ context/owner/group from mirror. This addresses a regression issue introduced in version 26.0.

Magisk v26.0

  • [App] Make stub patching 100% offline
  • [App] Support patching init_boot.img for Samsung ODIN firmware
  • [MagiskPolicy] Fix minor bug in command line argument parsing
  • [MagiskPolicy] Update rules to support Android U
  • [MagiskInit] Support replacing existing *.rc files in overlay.d
  • [MagiskInit] Rewrite sepolicy.rules mounting and loading implementation
  • [MagiskBoot] Always use lz4_legacy compression on v4 boot images. This fixes boot image patching issues on Android U preview.
  • [MagiskBoot] Support amonet microloader devices
  • [Zygisk] Release new API version 4
  • [Zygisk] Prevent crashing daemon in error[Zygisk] Rewrite zygote code injection with new loader library approach
  • [Zygisk] Rewrite code unloading implementation
  • [General] New magic mount backend. It supports loading modules into system with overlayfs files injected
  • [General] Bump minimum supported Android version to Android 6.0

Magisk 25.2

  • [MagiskInit] [SAR]Allow booting system-as-root devices with the system mounted
  • [MagiskInit] [2SI] Allow supporting 2-stage-init for A/B devices (Pixel 3 Android 10)
  • [MagiskInit] [initramfs] Put off sbin overlay creation to post-fs-data
  • [MagiskInit] [SARCompat] Earlier system-as-root exertion is deprecated, will not be able to find any future changes.
  • [MagiskInit] Introduce overlay.d support for root directory overlay for new system-as-root implementation
  • [MagiskSU] Has unblocked all signals in root shells (fix bash on Android)
  • [MagicMount] Allow replacing files in /product
  • [MagiskHide] Allow Android 10’s Zygote blastula pool
  • [MagiskHid] Provide random length for all random strings
  • [MagiskBoot] Provide no recompression for ramdisk.cpio
  • [MagiskBoot Allow some creepy Huawei boot images
  • [General] Introduced new “–remove-modules” command to eliminate modules without root in ADB shell
  • [General] Introduced Android 10 new APEX libraries (Project Mainline)

Magisk 25.1

  • [MagiskHide] Improve process monitor implementation, must no longer make100% CPU and daemon crashes
  • [MagiskInit] Hold for partitions to be prepared for an early mount, must fix boot loops on devices
  • [MagiskInit] Allow EROFS used in EMUI 9.1
  • [MagiskSU] Perfectly implement mount namespace isolation
  • [MagiskBoot] Perfectly checksum calculation for header v2

Magisk 25.0

  • [General] Has fixed uninstaller
  • [General] Has fixed boot loops on some devices with tmpfs mounting to /data
  • [MagiskInit] Has introduced Kirin hi6250 support
  • [MagiskSU] Has put an end to claiming device focus for su logging/inform if feasible. Fix issues Relates to users locking Magisk Manager with application lock, and prohibit video apps get disorder when an app is requesting root in the background.

Magisk 24.0

  • [General] Introduced recovery based Magisk
  • [General] Introduced Android Q Beta 2
  • [MagiskInit] Introduce new sbin overlay setup process for efficient compatibility
  • [MagiskInit] Support long pressing volume up to boot device to recovery in recovery mode
  • [MagicMount] Introduced proper system_root mirror
  • [MagicMount] Introduced self-made device nodes for mirrors
  • [MagicMount] Does not allow inserting new files/folders in partition root folder (e.g. /system or /vendor)

Magisk 19.0 Beta:

  • [General] Delete usage of magisk.img
  • [General] Introduced 64-bit magisk binary for native 64-bit support
  • [General] Introduced as the only system-as-root devices that released with Android 9.0
  • [General] Provide non EXT4 system and vendor partitions
  • [MagiskHide] Support Zygote practicing for monitoring new processes
  • [MagiskHide] Objectives are now per-application component
  • [MagiskPolicy] Allow Android Q new split sepolicy setup
  • [MagiskInit] Shift sbin overlay creation from main daemon post-fs-data to early-init
  • [MagiskInit] Allow Android Q (no logical partition support yet)
  • [MagiskInit] Inject directly magisk services to init.rc
  • [General] Introduced lzma2 compressed ramdisk in extreme conditions
  • [MagicMount] Clone features from an original file if exists
  • [General] Provide service scripts now run in parallel
  • [MagiskSU] Allow use of ACTION_REBOOT intent to workaround some OEM broadcast restrictions
  • [General] Introduced skip_mount instead of auto_mount: from opt-in to opt-out

Magisk 18.1 Stable:

  • [General] Compatible with EMUI 9.0
  • [General] Compatible with Kirin 960 devices
  • [General] Compatible down to Android 4.2
  • [General] Codebase modernization under-the-hood

Magisk 18.0 Beta:

  • [General]
  • Shift all code base to C++
  • Alter database natively instead of going through Magisk Manager
  • Deprecate path /sbin/.core, please start using /sbin/.magisk
  • Boot scripts are moved from /.core/.d to /data/adb/
  • Delete native systemless hosts (Magisk Manager is updated with a built-in systemless hosts module)
  • Provide module scripts to disable/remove modules
  • [MagiskHide]
  • Allow using component names instead of process names as targets
  • Allow using component names instead of process names as targets
  • Introduced procfs protection on SDK 24+ (Nougat)
  • Delete the folder /.backup to halt detection
  • Hide list has now stored in db instead of a raw text file in images
  • Insert “–status” option to CLI
  • Cease unmounting non-custom related mount points
  • [MagiskSU]
  • Insert FLAG_INCLUDE_STOPPED_PACKAGES in broadcasts to force wake Magisk Manager
  • Has fixed a bug causing SIGWINCH not perfectly detected
  • [MagiskPolicy]
  • Compatible with new av rules: type_change, type_member
  • Delete all AUDITDENY rules after patching sepolicy to log all denies for debugging
  • [MagiskBoot]
  • Perfectly support extra_cmdline in boot headers
  • Attempt to repair broken v1 boot image headers
  • Introduced new CPIO command: “exists”

Magisk Manager Changelog

Magisk Manager v7.5.1

  • Has fixed toggling app components in MagiskHide screen
  • Has updates translations

Magisk Manager v7.5.0

  • Compatible with new MagiskSU communication method (ContentProvider)
  • Has fixed few issues with hidden stub APK
  • Compatible with using Biometric Prompt (face recognition)

Magisk Manager v7.4.0

  • Support to hide Magisk Manager with stub APKs on Android 9.0+
  • Provide the customizing name of the applications while hiding Magisk Manager
  • Provide random keys to sign the hidden Magisk Manager to prevent signature recognitions
  • Has fixed fingerprint User Interface infinite loop

Magisk Manager v7.3.5

  • Arrange installed modules by name
  • Provide better pre-5.0 support
  • Has fixed potential issues when patching tar files

Magisk Manager v7.3.4

  • Introduced new downloading system
  • The application is now supported in Kotlin
  • Introduced new “Recovery Mode” to Advanced Settings

Magisk Manager v7.3.0/1/2

  • Advanced code base modernization
  • Able to reboot the device using proper API
  • Introduced new floating button in Magisk logs to navigate to the bottom

Magisk Manager v7.1.1

  • Compatible with the new module format
  • Compatible per-application component granularity MagiskHide aims (only on v19+)
  • Allow asking for fingerprint prior to delete rules if enabled
  • Has fixed the bugs that result repackaging to lose settings
  • Has fixed few Several issues in UI

Magisk Manager v7.0.0

  • Introduced major UI redesign
  • Remove more buggy Web View
  • Compatible with Android 4.1 (native Magisk only support Android 4.2 though)
  • Remarkably enhance Magisk log display performance
  • Has fixed post-OTA scripts for A/B Android devices
  • Deduct memory usages when verifying and signing boot image
  • Cancel support for Magisk lower than v18.0

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1.My device bootlooped after I installed a module. Could you help me?

Connect your phone to the PC if the developer options allow USB debugging. Once your device has been identified (confirm using adb devices), open the ADB shell and run the magisk --remove-modules command. By doing this, the device will restart automatically, and all installed modules will be removed.

In the unfortunate event that USB debugging is not enabled, boot into Safe Mode. In an emergency, several contemporary Android smartphones allow users to boot into Safe Mode by tapping a particular key combination. When Safe Mode is engaged, Magisk detects it and disables every module. After that, restart in normal mode while keeping the modules disabled, and use the Magisk app to manage them

Q2.Why is the X app able to detect root access?

Root concealment is no longer possible with Magisk. There are currently several Magisk/Zygisk modules available that are made especially for this use. Please look at the options that are available for these features.

Q3.The Magisk app icon seems broken after it has been hidden.

The "stub" APK that is installed while the Magisk app is hidden is empty. The only purpose of this stub app is to load the entire Magisk app APK dynamically from internal storage after downloading it. The app icon's image resource is absent from the APK since it is practically empty.

You'll be asked to make a shortcut on your homescreen as soon as you launch the hidden Magisk app, which is convenient. The right app name and icon will appear when you click this shortcut. Alternatively, you can use the app's settings to manually generate the icon.

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