Magisk is the latest and most popular rooting tool for Android phones. The Magisk v14.0 is now available for download with many bug fixes and stability improvements. This is the stable version and upgrade from Magisk v13.3. The beta Magisk v13.6 has been supported for Android 8.0 Oreo unofficially. It helped root the latest AOSP ROMs and Lineage OS 15 ROMS based on Oreo. Now that the stable version 14.0 is out, you can just get this version and use it to root every smartphone running virtually any Android version.
The Magisk application also runs as a version for version 5.3.0. Magisk is basically a user interface to grant root access to third-party applications, manage various modules, root hide, SafetyNet bypass, and more. Supports Android phones running Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat and official Oreo.
The most important thing about this update is that you can simply root any Android phone simply by using the Magisk Manager application without custom recovery. Some Android phones do not have custom TWRP recovery. This is why the application developer updated the binaries to install Magisk using the ADB and fastboot method as well. All you need is a bootable image of your phone’s firmware version.
Magisk V14.0 Changelogs:
v14.0 - [script] Simplify installation scripts - [script] Fix a bug causing backing up and restoring stock boot images failure - [script] Installation and uninstallation will migrate old or broken stock boot image backups to proper format - [script] Fix an issue with selabel setting in util_functions on Lollipop - [rc script] Enable logd in post-fs to start logging as early as possible - [MagiskHide] magisk.img mounted is no longer a requirement Devices with issues mounting magisk.img can now run in proper core-only mode - [MagiskBoot] Add native function to extract stock SHA1 from ramdisk - [b64xz] New tool to extract compressed and encoded binary dumps in shell script - [busybox] Add busybox to Magisk source, and embed multi-arch busybox binary into update-binary shell script - [busybox] Busybox is added into PATH for all boot scripts (post-fs-data.d, service.d, and all module scripts) - [MagiskSU] Fully fix multiuser issues - [Magic Mount] Fix a typo in cloning attributes - [Daemon] Fix the daemon crashing when boot scripts opens a subshell - [Daemon] Adjustments to prevent stock Samsung kernel restrictions on exec system calls for binaries started from /data - [Daemon] Workaround on Samsung device with weird fork behaviors
Prerequiste for installing Magisk v14.0
- You must have TWRP Recovery or any custom Recovery on your phone.
- Your device should be running Android 7 or version great than that.
- You need to download the below file and move it your phone memory or sd card.
HOW TO INSTALL MAGISK V14.0
- First of all, download and install latest Magisk Manager Apk from given download link above
- Download the Magisk-v14.0.zip copy to SD Card.
- You need to Boot your phone into Recovery mode.
- In TWRP, tap on the install button.
- Browse for the file called Magisk-v14.0.zip file.
- Swipe for install.
- After installing you need to clear the cache, by going into wipe–> wipe cache.
- Reboot your phone
- That’s it. Enjoy the latest Magisk on your Android.