Today we share a link to Download Magisk v17.1 and Latest Magisk Manager 5.9.1 for Android. XDA developer topjohnwu release the new version of Magisk v17.1 with better Android Pie and A/B device support. Magisk v17.1 also supports the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ and the Galaxy Note 9 Download Magisk v17.1 and Magisk Manager v5.9.1 from below.
Magisk 17.0 and Magisk 5.9.0 was also released but that cause bootloop issue for users who updated from 16.0. If you have already updated and are stuck in a bootloop, simply flash the Magisk uninstaller and update to Magisk version 17.1. Download Magisk v17.1 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 v17.1 on Android right now.
Magisk 17.1 Features and Changelogs
– [General] Bring back install to inactive slot for OTAs on A/B devices
– [Script] Remove system based root in addon.d
– [Script] Add proper addon.d-v2 for preserving Magisk on custom ROMs on A/B devices
– [Script] Enable KEEPVERITY when the device is using system_root_image
– [Script] Add hexpatch to remove Samsung defex in new Oreo kernels
– [Daemon] Support non ext4 filesystems for mirrors (system/vendor)
– [MagiskSU] Make pts sockets always run in dev_pts secontext, providing all terminal emulator root shell the same power as adb shells
– [MagiskHide] Kill all processes with same UID of the target to workaround OOS embryo optimization
– [MagiskInit] Move all sepolicy patches pre-init to prevent Pixel 2 (XL) boot service breakdown
Magisk Manager 5.9.1 Features and Changelogs –
– No more on boot notifications
– Support new mechanism for installing to inactive slot for OTAs on A/B devices
– Fix restore Magisk Manager settings on Android P
– Verify existing file checksums to prevent unnecessary re-downloads
– Update SNET extension to use new Google API, fix “Invalid Response” errors
– Move fingerprint settings to magisk database to prevent the settings to be easily removed
– Fingerprint settings are now guarded with fingerprint authentications before it can get changed
– Prevent any files to be downloaded to /sdcard/MagiskManager
- 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 v17.1 and Magisk Manager 5.9.1 for Android
Note – Magisk 17.0 and Magisk Manager 5.9.0 is also available but ignore that version. The developer removed Magisk v17.0 within a few hours of the launch because of the bootloop issues faced by users.
How to Install Magisk v17.1 on Android Phones
Installing Magisk on your device is very simple all you have to Download Magisk 17.1 from above and flash it via TWRP. If you already have Magisk installed, to update you just need to download the latest version Magisk Manager APK and update things inside the app.