Hello folks, today we will see how can we install Magisk v13.5 Beta and Magisk Manager v5.2.0 on an Android device. The method mentioned in this tutorial is applicable for all the Android devices with a custom recovery pre-installed.
Before we begin, let us first know what Magisk is. Magisk is a system-less interface on Android. Meaning it will let you play with the system without actually changing it. Magisk is very similar to Xposed Framework, just like Xposed we can install app specific modules which helps us tweak the specific application’s functionality. But the difference is that Xposed framework changes the system permanently in order to tweak the applications where Magisk works system-less. Therefore scroll down a bit and start downloading Magisk v13.5 Beta for Android given below while you get to know more about Magisk.
The change that brings the X factor in this latest update is BusyBox support. Yes, now Magisk supports BusyBox for internal usage. Apart from that it also supports the Latest Android O and has Samsung Kernel Workarounds. These things might sound complicated to you but you will get familiar once you download and install Magisk v13.5 on your Android device. Now there is no need to control your excitement, scroll down and start installing Magisk v13.5 on your Android phone.
Download Magisk 13.5 and Magisk 5.2.0 Manager for Android
- Download Magisk v13.5 zip file – Download
- Download Magisk Manager 5.2.0 – Download
- Download Magisk Uninstaller – Download
- Your Android device must posses an unlocked bootloader.
- Install a custom recovery ex. TWRP before installing Magisk.
- Take a full backup of your important data.
- Charge your device to at least 50%, as we do not want our phone to shutdown in the middle of the installation.
- Steps are pretty easy to follow, so do it properly and do not skip any of them.
Install Magisk 13.5 on any Android Device
- Download Magisk file from above in your Android’s internal or external hard drive.
- To begin the flashing we first need to boot your Android into TWRP recovery.
- In the TWRP recovery, make an entire nandroid backup so that if anything goes wrong, we can restore it back.
- Tap on Install button in the main screen and select the Magisk file you previously downloaded and wipe to affirm the installation.
- When Magisk is flashed, reboot the Android.
- When your device boots up, install Magisk Manager from from the above-given section.
- Done. You have effectively installed Magisk root on your Android device.
Uninstall Magisk or Completely Remove Magisk from your Android
- Download Magisk uninstaller from above.
- Presently Boot your Android into TWRP recovery.
- Install the Magisk Uninstaller file from TWRP.
- Done! This will expel Magisk from your device.
This was the complete tutorial on how to install and uninstall Magisk on any Android device. Feel free to ask about your difficulties in the comment section.