Magisk, the powerful Universal Systemless Interface is very much popular in the Android community and now its new version of Magisk 14.2 And Magisk Manager 5.3.5 available to download and install. The well-known XDA developer, topjohnwu, has shared the new release of Magisk. According to the details, this new update brings a lot of new features, bug fixes, and several minor improvements.
Here, we are providing a complete guide on how to install it manually on your Android device. But before going to the installation process, you must know that this latest update brings a lot of minor and major changes along with several bug fixes.
Major Changes in Magisk 14.2
- Brings official support for Pixel devices, Moto Z2 Force, and the Xiaomi Mi A1. It means these devices will receive OTA updates even having Magisk on them.
- Several bug fixes.
- Clone attributes to tmpfs mount point, should fix massive module breakage.
- It would require Unlocked Bootloader to install Magisk on any Android Device.
- Your device must have a working TWRP custom recovery.
- Installing Magisk doesn’t delete your data but still, for a safer side, you should create a full backup of your entire device.
- Make sure that your device has at least 60% battery charged.
- Follow each and every step very carefully. We are not responsible for any type of mishappening to your device.
Download Magisk 14.2 And Magisk Manager 5.3.5 .Apk file :
Magisk 14.2 – Download
Magisk Manager 5.3.5 – Download
- Download and Install the TWRP custom recovery. If you already have installed on your device, skip this step.
- Now, download Magisk 14.2 / Magisk Manager 5.3.5 from the above-given links – Magisk and the Magisk Manager and transfer all the files to the external storage of your device. You can also save in internal storage, in case you don’t have external storage.
- Once done, reboot your device in TWRP recovery mode. To get into the recovery mode, you need to press “Volume Down” and “Power Button” simultaneously after turning off your device.
- Once in TWRP recovery mode, take a complete NANdroid backup, in case anything goes wrong.
- Now, Tap on the install button and select the downloaded Magisk file, which you have saved in external or internal storage. Swipe to start the installation.
- Once everything finished, reboot your device.
- You have successfully installed Magisk on your device. Now the next step is to install Magisk Manager. Flash the apk file of Magisk Manager, which you have downloaded and saved at the starting.
- Congratulations, You have successfully installed Magisk root on your device.