The latest Magisk zip v19.0 Public Beta is now available to download and use. The current stable version of Magisk v18.1 has been developed by topjohnwu, a recognized XDA developer. The latest Magisk v19.0 Public Beta comes with Imageless Magisk, Zygote Ptrace-Based MagiskHide, Android Q, and native 64-bit support. The new Magisk module installation process has been changed. Here in this post, we will share with you the links to Download the latest Magisk-v19.0-zip file and Magisk-Manager-v7.1.0-APK. But before jump into the downloads, let’s take a look at the features and advantages.
The Magisk and SuperSU tool both are the quite same and do the job. With the help of SuperSU or Magisk module, you can easily gain root access on your Android device. You can easily uninstall system apps, change system settings, and more with the help of rooting.
Why Magisk Manager is Required
Once you gain root access on your device as a superuser, first you need to check whether your device is rooted or not via any third-party root checker app. Some of the essential and highly-secured mobile apps like mobile banking apps, IRCTC, UPI Payments apps are not working well on a recognizable rooted device. But the Magisk Manager can easily hide the root details from the secured apps or bypass it.
Advantages of Use of Magisk Module:
- Systemless Root
- Magisk Manager
- OTA Updates
- SafetyNet Check Fix
- Systemless Xposed Framework
Magisk v19.0 Features:
The much-awaited Android Q or Android 10 compatible 64-bit supported Magisk 19.0 finally released. However, the module is in public beta mode and does have some bugs and crashing issues. But it will be fixed in the next update. Here are the top features mentioned below:
- Imageless Magisk: No more EXT4 image loop mounts
- Native 64-Bit Support
- Zygote Ptrace-Based MagiskHide: Target and hide the process before it’s started
- Android Q Support: New Android version
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(2019.3.28) Magisk v19.0 Changelog:
- [General] Remove usage of magisk.img
- Add 64 bit magisk binary for native 64-bit support
- Support A only system-as-root devices that released with Android 9.0
- Support non EXT4 system and vendor partitions
- [MagiskHide] Use Zygote Ptrace for monitoring new processes
- Targets are now the per-application component
- [MagiskInit] Support Android Q (no logical partition support yet!)
- [MagiskPolicy] Support Android Q new split sepolicy setup
- [MagiskInit] Move sbin overlay creation from main daemon post-fs-data to early-init
- [General] Service scripts now run in parallel
- [MagiskInit] Directly inject magisk services to init.rc
- [General] Use lzma2 compressed ramdisk in extreme conditions
- [MagicMount] Clone attributes from the original file if exists
- [MagiskSU] Use ACTION_REBOOT intent to workaround some OEM broadcast restrictions
- [General] Use skip_mount instead of auto_mount: from opt-in to opt-out
- Download the Magisk-v19.0.zip file.
- Reboot to custom recovery
- Flash the zip and reboot
- Check whether Magisk Manager is installed or not. If it isn’t installed automatically for some reason, then you can manually install the Magisk-Manager-7.1.0 APK.
- For more detailed instructions read here and tutorials including OTA installation for MagiskHide.
- All the developers can read the full guidelines to learn how to migrate to the new format. Any failure will result to remove the module from
Android Version Support:
- Android 4.2+: MagiskSU only
- For Android 4.4+: All features available
- Android 6.0+: MagiskHide full support
- Android 7.0+: MagiskHide full protection
New Magisk Module FAQs:
1. Does it work on old Magisk Managers?
No. Magisk Manager v7.1.0+ is required for the app to recognize and properly download the new format
2. Does it only support Magisk v19.0?
No. If you replace update-binary with the official scripts, it supports down to Magisk Manager v17.0 version.