Latest Magisk System Less Installer & Root (Stable Release)

is an Open Source operating system which means the source code is
available for everyone to tweak and modify. So, there are a lot of eyes
looking to modify, exploit and root Android ecosystem for achieving
something bigger.
Google is making Android more secure every
iteration making it difficult for the developers to gain root access on
Android devices and alter system partitions. Systemless root is the
latest thing in custom Android development which allows users to gain
root access without altering system partition. So, you can enjoy OTA
updates and other root-restricted apps even on rooted Android devices.
Magisk is
the new face of Systemless interface on Android which is aimed to make
custom mods go systemless. It’s the brainchild of the XDA developer topjohnwu and
is the short name for “Magic Mask” which aims to overcome the
difficulties with Systemless mods.  Once you install Magisk on your
device, you can choose from many modules to go entirely systemless.

Here’s the entire feature list of Magisk:

  • Magic Mount:
    This feature will not only allow you to replace existing file and
    directories but also support adding new files and directories into the
    system. This means all existing mods should be possible to work
  • Multiple Entry Points: If “Magic
    Mount” itself is still not powerful enough to accomplish your goal,
    Magisk provides several entry points for developers to run scripts at
    different boot times, making developers do whatever they want at any
    time. It reliably blocks the boot process to continue before your
    scripts are done.
  • Magisk Manager: This app
    helps you manage your root status, and manage all your installed Magisk
    Mods (mod management is still WIP), just like Xposed Modules.
  • Remove
    verity / force encrypt (both are configurable through .magisk file,
    same as SuperSU), patches SE policy (to run scripts and support multiple
    root methods). This means developers won’t need to worry about boot
    image modifications in the future!
  • Important mods like Root, Xposed etc. can all depend on the Magisk interface.
  • magisk.img
    (the place to store all your systemless mods) will resize automatically
    to support large mods, and reclaim the space after removing contents.
Systemless root on Android devices allow SELinux to run securely
under enforcing mode, and allow installation of OTA updates without
any issues. This is because systemless root doesn’t modify the
system files on the device.
With the Magisk systemless interface for Android devices, installing
systemless root on Android devices has gotten easier than ever. And to
top that, installing systemless root via Magisk also allows you to use
Android Pay with root. To get started, you need to install Magisk systemless interface first on your Android device and then we’ll install the phh’s SuperUser systemless root for Magisk which works with Android Pay.
Magisk requires boot image modifications, so unlocked bootloader is required to install Magisk. It is recommended to restore your device to the stock system and boot before installing Magisk.
If you can’t do that, you must completely remove everything related to root (/system/xbin/su, /data/su.img, /sbin/su)
and Xposed on your device. A custom recovery is needed to install
Magisk on your Android device. Download the Magisk from below links and
install it on your device using the below guide.


Magisk Apk

Auto Magisk



Magisk Root

How to Install Magisk from TWRP Recovery

  1. Download and transfer the Magisk file from the above link and transfer it to your device’s storage.
  2. Boot
    your device into TWRP recovery. If you’re not sure about the process,
    just google how to boot into your device’s recovery mode.
  3. As
    you’re in the TWRP recovery, make a complete nandroid backup of your
    device. You can follow our definitive guide for nandroid backup from here.
  4. Tap on Install button and select the Magisk file. Swipe to confirm the flash.
  5. Once Magisk is flashed, reboot the device from the Reboot menu in TWRP.

Also Read: How To Port Google Pixel Icon To Your android Device(100% Working)

How to Uninstall Magisk on your Device

  1. Download the Magisk uninstaller from the downloads section and flash it from TWRP. This will remove Magisk from your device.
  2. If your custom recovery cannot access data, the uninstaller will still work but you need to remove few modules manually.
  3. To completely remove Magisk, you need to restore stock boot image and manually remove /data/magisk.img, /cache/magisk, /data/busybox from your device.
Must Read: List of All Google Pixel Archives For Any Android Devices
That’s it. Once you’ve installed Magisk, you can use several mods to go
completely systemless. We will cover more Magisk mods soon. So, stay
tuned to Droidadda.

via Blogger


Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s