Magisk is by far the best Rooting app for Android devices. One major reason for its continuity in the limelight as best rooting app is credited for its features that the Magisk 20.1 versions brought in paired with compatibility to almost all the Android OS versions including Android 10.
Magisk is one such rooting app that offers not only system less rooting but also bypassing safety checks from various apps. One can easily run banking and gaming apps like PokemonGo on a Magisk-rooted device. This Hide method was brought by the developer of Magisk – topjohnwu, in the previous version.
And now we have the latest Magisk 20.2 version along with Magisk Manager 7.5.0 apk which have brought along some amazing changes as mentioned in the below update logs.
Changelog of the latest versions of Magisk and Magisk Manager
Here’s what the Magisk and Magisk Manager latest versions changelog looks like –
Update log Magisk v20.2 (stable)
- [MagiskSU] Properly handle communication between daemon and application (root request prompt)
- [MagiskInit] Fix logging in kmsg
- [MagiskBoot] Support patching dtb/dtbo partition formats
- [General] Support pre-init policy patch in modules
- [Scripts] Update magisk stock image backup format
Update log Magisk Manager v7.5.0 APK (stable)
- Support new MagiskSU communication method (ContentProvider)
- Fix several issues with hidden stub APK
- Support using BiometricPrompt (face unlock)
Download Magisk 20.2 zip and Magisk Manager 7.5.0 APK
Here are the direct download links to the Magisk latest version and the Magisk manager 7.5.0 apk from GitHub project –
Download Latest Magisk-v20.2.zip
Previous Magisk-v20.1.zip Download
Latest Uninstaller (Magisk-uninstaller-20200102.zip)
Latest Magisk Manager (MagiskManager-v7.5.0.apk download)
Full downloads repository –
- Full Magisk downloads repository
- Previous Magisk v20
- Previous Magisk v19
- Previous Magisk v18.0
That’s it. I hope the article helped. You can use the above Magisk Manager and Magisk to root Android devices running on Android 9.0 and below OS versions.