Magisk Systemless Root v14.5 Beta Released: Better MagiskHide!

It packs with a super powerful Universal Systemless Interface, allowing unlimited potential!

Magisk modifies boot image and add files to /data and /cache
It touches your /system partition only if root installed in /system is detected!


  • 100% fully open source and easy to build!
  • Magic Mount: 
    Allow you to do any system (vendor) modification without actually tampering the partitions.
    Anything can be loaded with Magisk systemless-ly!
  • MagiskSU: Open Source Root Solution
    Root your device with MagiskSU, based on phh’s Superuser, which is based on CM Superuser.
  • Magisk Manager: 
    MagiskSU Root Management, Upgrade Magisk in-app,
    Manage, Upgrade, Download, Install Magisk Modules from the community driven online Magisk Module Repo.
  • Magisk Hide: 
    Hide Magisk from detections: Google SafetyNet, enterprise / bank system integrity checks, game tamper checks etc.
  • Resetprop: 
    Allow you to do any modifications to system props (build.prop), including read-only props.
    It is also used along with magiskhide to trick various device status sent from the bootloader
  • Standard Stuffs: 
    Remove avb-verity, dm-verity, forceencrypt, unlock partitions blocks to support remount to rw

Installation Instructions
If you already have Magisk installed, you can directly upgrade through Magisk Manager
For installing Magisk the first time

  • Make sure to remove any other root, best to restore your boot image back to stock
  • Via custom recovery:

    Via Magisk Manager (Only support v14.0+):

    • This method does not need root, and also does not require a custom recovery.
      However, you MUST have a stock boot image dump beforehand, and also be able to flash the patched boot image, either through fastboot/download mode or ODIN
    • Install the latest Magisk Manager
    • If you’re planning to flash the patched boot image through ODIN, go to Settings > Update Settings > Patched Boot Output Format, and select .img.tar. For normal users leave it as the default .img
    • Press Install > Install > Patch Boot Image File, and select your stock boot image file
    • Magisk Manager will now patch your boot image, and store it in [Internal Storage]/MagiskManager/patched_boot.img[.tar]
    • Copy the patched boot image to your PC. If you can’t find it via MTP, you can pull the file with ADB: adb pull /sdcard/MagiskManager/patched_boot.img[.tar]
    • Flash the patched boot image to your device and reboot. If using fastboot: fastboot flash boot /path/to/patched_boot.img, or use the ODIN software.
    • Voilà!
  • Check whether Magisk Manager is installed and the version matches the latest one in the OP
    If for some reason Magisk Manager isn’t installed/upgraded automatically, please install/upgrade it manually!


Magisk v14.5 Changelog

  • [Daemon] Moved internal path to /sbin/.core, new image mountpoint is /sbin/.core/img
  • [MagiskSU] Support switching package name, used when Magisk Manager is hidden
  • [MagiskHide] Add temporary /magisk removal
  • [MagiskHide] All changes above contributes to hiding from nasty apps like FGO and several banking apps
  • [Magiskinit] Use magiskinit for all devices (dynamic initramfs)
  • [Magiskinit] Fix Xiaomi A1 support
  • [Magiskinit] Add Pixel 2 (XL) support
  • [Magiskboot] Add support to remove avb-verity in dtbo.img
  • [Magiskboot] Fix typo in handling MTK boot image headers
  • [script] Along with updates in Magisk Manager, add support to sign boot images (AVB 1.0)
  • [script] Add dtbo.img backup and restore support
  • [misc] Many small adjustments to properly support old platforms like Android 5.0


Special Thanks

  • @phhusson for his advice with sepolicy and his sepolicy injection tool, boot image tools, hide su tools, superuser
  • @Chainfire for many shell script code, his supolicy in older versions, and the complete documentation How-To SU
  • @nkk71 for his original resetprop
  • @osm0sis for his shell script magic: unSU, addon.d, also providing numerous support for all kinds of boot image unpacking knowledge
  • @Captain_Throwback, @Didgeridoohan, and @jenslody for being the beta testing MVP
  • @digitalhigh and @DVDandroid for initial contributions to Magisk Manager



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