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Download Magisk Latest Version 26 -New update

Magisk: The Ultimate Tool for Rooting Android Devices and Customizing Your Phone

Magisk is a powerful and versatile software that allows users to root their Android devices with ease. The open-source tool Magisk, created by John Wu, is compatible with Android devices operating version 6.0 and higher. With its advanced features and compatibility with various modules, Magisk has become a popular choice for Android enthusiasts looking to customize their devices.

Magisk's most recent update, version 26.0, adds many of new functions and changes. These include a new magic mount backend that supports loading modules into the system with overlay files injected, a new API version, and rewritten zygote code injection with a new loader library approach. Additionally, MagiskBoot now supports amonet microloader devices, and MagiskInit has been updated with new features.

Magisk's wide range of modules, which users can add to personalize their devices, is one of its best features. Some of the most popular Magisk modules include the Magisk Manager Recovery Tool, Magisk Bootloop Saver, App Systemizer, HideNavBar, Viper4Android FX, Open Fonts, iOS13.2 Emoji, CloudflareDNS4Magisk, Lawnchair, and microG-GApps. Your device's efficiency and value can be improved in several ways with these modules.

Installing Magisk modules is a straightforward process. Users can download their desired modules from the Magisk Modules Repo, the Magisk Modules Alternative Repository, or the XDA forums. Simply download the module to your phone's storage, launch Magisk Manager, and choose Install from Storage. Rebooting your device after the download is finished will make the module usable.

While Magisk is an excellent tool for customizing Android devices, users should also consider installing custom ROMs to bring a whole new version of Android to their phones. Custom ROMs can give your device more features, better speed, and increased security. Custom ROM installation, however, can be a difficult process requiring a high level of technical skill.


With several of details that make it a powerful value for Android users, Magisk is a known rooting tool for Android devices. Some of the key features of Magisk include:

Systemless Rooting: Magisk allows you to root your Android device without modifying the system partition. This means that you can still receive OTA updates and use apps that normally don't work on rooted devices.

Magisk Modules: On your Android device, Magisk Modules are add-ons that let you change or introduce new features. There are many modules available for Magisk, ranging from simple tweaks to more complex modifications.

SafetyNet Bypass: Magisk includes a SafetyNet bypass feature that allows you to use apps that normally check for root access or device modifications.

Magisk Hide: Magisk Hide allows you to hide the root status of your device from apps that check for it. This is helpful for applications that are incompatible with rooted devices.

App Permissions: Magisk includes a feature that allows you to manage app permissions more granularly than the default Android settings. Per-app advantages can be given or implemented removed.

Custom Recovery: Magisk includes a custom recovery that allows you to perform backups, flash custom ROMs, and install Magisk modules.

Magisk is, all things considered, a strong utility for Android users who want to root their devices and personalize their Android experience.

Popular Magisk modules:

  • Viper4Android - advanced audio processing for better sound quality
  • AdAway - system-wide ad blocker
  • YouTube Vanced - modded version of YouTube with additional features
  • Xposed Framework - allows for system-level modification of Android devices
  • Greenify - improves battery life by hibernating apps
  • Camera2 API Enabler - enables advanced camera features on devices that don't have them
  • Pixel Experience - brings Pixel features and UI to non-Pixel devices
  • GravityBox - adds various tweaks and customizations to Android
  • QuickSwitch - allows for easy switching between recent apps and the launcher
  • Call Recorder - enables call recording on Android devices
  • Busybox for Android NDK - provides a set of Unix utilities for Android devices
  • App Systemizer - moves apps to the system partition to save space and improve performance
  • YouTube Vanced Music - modded version of YouTube Music with additional features
  • MagiskHide Props Config - allows for spoofing device properties for better app compatibility
  • Audio Compatibility Patch - fixes audio compatibility issues with some apps on Android devices.

It must be noted that there are a lot of new Magisk modules available for download, so this list is not all-inclusive. It's critical to carefully examine any modules before downloading and installing them for compatibility with your device and Android version.


[General] Bump minimum supported Android version to Android 6.0
[General] New magic mount backend. It supports loading modules into system with overlayfs files injected
[Zygisk] Release new API version 4
[Zygisk] Prevent crashing daemon in error
[Zygisk] Rewrite zygote code injection with new loader library approach
[Zygisk] Rewrite code unloading implementation
[MagiskBoot] Support amonet microloader devices
[MagiskBoot] Always use lz4_legacy compression on v4 boot images. This fixes boot image patching issues on Android U preview.
[MagiskInit] Support replacing existing *.rc files in overlay.d
[MagiskInit] Rewrite sepolicy.rules mounting and loading implementation
[App] Make stub patching 100% offline
[App] Support patching init_boot.img for Samsung ODIN firmware
[MagiskPolicy] Fix minor bug in command line argument parsing
[MagiskPolicy] Update rules to support Android U

How to set up Magisk Modules on an Android smartphone is as follows:

Download the Magisk Module of your choice to the internal memory of your phone. You can find modules on the Magisk Modules Repo, the Magisk Modules Alternative Repository, or on the XDA forums.

  1. Open the Magisk Manager app on your phone.
  2. At the bottom of the screen, select the Modules section icon.
  3. Tap the "Install from storage" button.
  4. Navigate to the directory where you downloaded the Magisk Module and select it.
  5. The installation procedure can be started by long pressing the module and choosing "Open."
  6. Standoff till the work is finished. You can monitor the progress of the installation in the Magisk Manager app.
  7. To restart your phone after the installation is finished, select the "Reboot" button.
  8. When your phone restarts, open the Magisk Manager app and tap the "Modules" icon again.
  9. Verify that the module you added is functioning. The toggle button next to the module should be in the "On" position.

That's it! You've successfully installed a Magisk Module on your Android device. Repeat this process for any additional modules you want to install.

Download Links:

File Information
Name Magisk v26 Latest
Size 10.9 MB
Link GitHub - Credit Goes To the Developer


Compatibility: The tool runs perfectly on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 (32-bit and 64-bit).

Take a Backup: If you are willing to try the above tool, then please take a backup of your personal data from your Android Smartphone or Tablet. As flashing any Firmware or recovery may brick the device.

Credits: Magisk is created and distributed by the developer. So, full credits go to the developer for sharing the tool for free.

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