Magisk Manager Best Rooting App for Android Device
Rooting is the popular method for android lovers. With rooting you can use an android device with some tweaks and chance to run the apps requires special privileges. Most of the rooted apps are not available in the Playstore because it has some policies to avoid rooting apps. By the way, you can download the required apps from most popular forums like Xda Developers. Even Magisk Manager is a native of XDA Developers which requires Magisk Su to install root binaries.
The one of the unique thing in Magisk Su is it doesn’t interfere with the system partitions. Most of us like this for this feature only. Meanwhile, magisk has an individual Store to provide the Rooted apps called magisk modules. It requires a magisk framework to port the modules to the Magisk Manager.
What is Magisk Manager?
It is a regular Android app when we look at the app. But it requires Root access when you installed Super Su instead of magisk su. Topjhonwu develops the magisk manager and Magisk Su for System Less root interface. This method is the most efficient one compared to the traditional ways. Also, it can pass the Safetynet measure by google. With Powerful Magisk Hide not only you can pass Safetynet but also you would pass any security measure.Also Check Tweakbox Apk.
Before going to proceed, you must have following Requirements.
- TWRP Custom recovery
- Magisk Su zip file
Steps to follow:
At first, you have to Allow permissions in the Android settings to install the APK files from unknown sources. Go to settings >> Advanced Settings >> Allow Unknown Sources. Now, download Magisk Manager Apk to manage the root access, Modules, and Some important settings. Along with apk, you have to download the Root binaries zip file which is needed to be flash with recovery.
Step1: Install Magisk Manager as a normal app.
Step2: Now, Turn your android device into recovery mode. Tap on Install button from the twrp’s home to install the magisk.zip file.
Step3: Select the file and Swipe to Install. Wait for a minute until installation completed successfully.
Step4: Reboot the device to see the changes. Open the app and check the root access and Safetynet status.