Magisk is one of the best tools which used to root your Android device. Although there are a bunch of other utilities which allows you to root Android device with ease but still Magisk stands out. The reason for its success is its system-less approach while rooting a device. System-less root means the Magisk doesn’t tinker with your system files, therefore, it’s easy for it to hide the root status. There are many apps which don’t run if they find out that your device is rooted. It’s not the case with Magisk, it manages to hide the root status as swiftly as possible. The good news here is that the developer, topjohmwu, has recently released Magisk 16.6 beta with a lot of bug fixes and improvements. You can download Magisk 16.6 beta from the link given below. Along with it, Magisk Manager has also been updated to 5.8.0.
Installing Magisk and Magisk Manager on your Android device is quite easy. All you need is the latest TWRP recovery installed on your Android device. Rest are few taps and you are good to go. Another thing which worries a lot of users is that whether Magisk will work on their device or not. If not all, it properly runs on almost all famous devices. However, it’s still recommended to ask around in your device’s forum. As there is no list of Magisk compatible devices.
Download Magisk 16.6 Beta and Magisk Manager 5.8.0
How to Install Magisk 16.6 beta on your Android Device
- Download Magisk 16.6 Beta from the link given in downloads section.
- Now, boot your device into TWRP recovery mode.
- Find the folder where you download the zip file.
- Select the zip file and swipe the slider to install Magisk.
- Tap Reboot system.