Magisk has grown to be a full fledged rooting tool for Android devices. It can root smartphones, tablets, and to some extent even Android Box/TVs. Magisk followed the footsteps of the popular SuperSU flash tool by chainfire, and brought some stunning features like root hide, bypass Google’s SafetyNet test, and much more. Here is the stable Magisk 21.2 zip for download along with the latest Magisk Manager 8.0.4 APK. Here is Magisk uninstaller zip in case you want to revert back.
Magisk has become the new norm for rooting Android firmware – stock or custom ROMS. The developer John Wu recently brought root support for stable Android 11 OS. It has been working quite well with several third-party OEM implementations like Google’s Pixel lineup, Oxygen OS 11 by OnePlus, MIUI 12 from Xiaomi, One UI 3.0 by Samsung, ColorOS 11, and much more. This also includes custom ROMS like Lineage OS 18 and AOSP based Android 11 GSI builds for Project Treble devices.
The latest Magisk 21.2 update brings some under the hood changes. Some of these include several bug fixes, code changes, and compatibility with several Android phones and firmware. Rest assured, it comes with all the features and functions from the previous versions. The latest version runs quite well for Android 11, 10, 9 Pie, 8 Oreo, 7.0/7.1 Nougat, Marshmallow, or earlier. Checkout the full Magisk changelog.
Some of the most sought after features of Magisk include gaining systemless root access on Android, MagiskHide, support for third-party Magisk modules, change package name for advanced anti root detection, and much more.
Download Magisk 21.2
Following are the direct download links right from the Github repository of the project.
- Latest (Magisk-v21.2.zip)
- Latest Uninstaller (Magisk-uninstaller-20201228.zip)
- Latest Magisk Manager (MagiskManager-v8.0.4.apk)
Full downloads repository:
Use either the stable or beta Magisk v21+ zip and flash it via TWRP recovery to root Android devices running Android 9.0 Pie, 8.0/8.1 Oreo, 7.0/7.1 Nougat, Marshmallow or earlier. You may also need to install Magisk Manager APK after you have booted into the system.
In case you don’t want Magisk or want to completely unroot your Android phone, then flash the Magisk uninstaller zip via TWRP recovery.
How to install Magisk? Detailed tutorial on how to install Magisk.