Latest Magisk v13.2 is now available for download. Today we share a link to Download Magisk v13.2 and Latest Magisk Manager for Android. Recently XDA developer topjohnwu released Magisk v13.1 with Android O support and a new SafetyNet workaround. Now released one more update Magisk 13.2, that fixes a few issue you may have run into on 13.1. Download Magisk v13.2 and Latest Magisk Manager for Android from below.
The biggest change in Magisk v13.1 is that it comes with Android O support and a new SafetyNet workaround. Also now they pack MagiskSU, magiskhide, resetprop, and magiskpolicy are all one binary. Magisk v13.2 fixes small but critical bugs that were present in the previous version. If you already have Magisk installed, to update you just need to download latest version Magisk Manager APK and update things inside the app. You may also need to re-toggle Magisk Hide before SafetyNet inquiries are passed. Download Magisk v13.2 and Latest Magisk Manager for Android from below.
Magisk packs with a super powerful Universal Systemless Interface for Android which is aimed to make custom mods go systemless. Magisk is similar to Systemless root by Chainfire which allowed users to get root access without modifying the system partition. Both apps are allowing uninterrupted installation for OTA updates even when the device is Rooted. But Magisk gives you more controls and Installing systemless root via Magisk also allows you to use Android Pay with root. Check the below guide to Download and Install Magisk 13.2 on Android right now.
Magisk 13.2 Features and Changelogs
– [magiskpolicy] Fix magiskpolicy segfault on old Android versions, should fix tons of older devices that couldn’t use v13.1
– [MagiskHide] Set proper selinux context while re-linking /sbin to hide Magisk, should potentially fix many issues
– [MagiskBoot] Change lzma compression encoder flag from LZMA_CHECK_CRC64 to LZMA_CHECK_CRC32, kernel only supports latter
– [General] Core-only mode now properly mounts systemless hosts and magiskhide
– [General] Merge MagiskSU, magiskhide, resetprop, magiskpolicy into one binary
– [General] Add Android O support (tested on DP3)
– [General] Dynamic link libselinux.so, libsqlite.so from system to greatly reduce binary size
– [General] Remove bundled busybox because it casues a lot of issues
– [General] Unlock all block devices for read-write support instead of emmc only (just figured not all devices uses emmc lol)
– [Scripts] Run all ext4 image operations through magisk binary in flash scripts
– [Scripts] Updated scripts to use magisk native commands to increase compatibility
– [Scripts] Add addon.d survival support
– [Scripts] Introduce util_functions.sh, used as a global shell script function source for all kinds of installation
– [MagiskBoot] Moved boot patch logic into magiskboot binary
– [MagiskSU] Does not fork new process for each request, add new threads instead
– [MagiskSU] Added multiuser support
– [MagiskSU] Introduce new timeout queue mechanism, prevent performance hit with poorly written su apps
– [MagiskSU] Multiple settings moved from prop detection to database
– [MagiskSU] Add namespace mode option support
– [MagiskSU] Add master-mount option
– [resetprop] Updated to latest AOSP upstream, support props from 5.0 to Android O
– [resetprop] Renamed all functions to prevent calling functions from external libc
– [magiskpolicy] Updated libsepol from official SELinux repo
– [magiskpolicy] Added xperm patching support (in order to make Android O work properly)
– [magiskpolicy] Updated rules for Android O, and Liveboot support
– [MagiskHide] Remove pseudo permissive mode, directly hide permissive status instead
– [MagiskHide] Remove unreliable list file monitor, change to daemon request mode
– [MagiskHide] MagiskHide is now enabled by default
– [MagiskHide] Update unmount policies, passes CTS in SafetyNet!
– [MagiskHide] Add more props for hiding
– [MagiskHide] Remove background magiskhide daemon, spawn short life process for unmounting purpose
– [Magic Mount] Ditched shell script based mounting, use proper C program to parse and mount files. Speed is SIGNIFICANTLY improved
- Installing Magisk on Android required Unlocked Bootloader.
- You must have working TWRP Recovery Installed on your device.
- Follow the steps correctly otherwise you may brick your device.
- It may erase your data, so it is advisable to take a complete backup of your phone for safer side.
- Ensure that your phone has at least 50-60% charged to prevent the accidental shutdown in-between the process.
Download Magisk v13.2 and Latest Magisk Manager for Android
- Download Magisk 13.2 zip file – Download (Always check the latest update from Official Forum)
- Download latest Magisk Manager 5.0.6 – PlayStore, Direct Link
How to Install Magisk v13.2 on Android Phones
Installing Magisk on your device is very simple all you have to Download Magisk 13 from above and flash it via TWRP. If you already have Magisk installed, to update you just need to download latest version Magisk Manager APK and update things inside the app.
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