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Download Magisk 15.0 – Includes Modularity, Better Support

Developer topjohnwu has updated his root utility to Magisk 15.0 and you can download it with the guide given ahead. Magisk has become quite a popular utility to root smartphones and tablets running recent Android versions. Currently, Magisk has support for all versions above Android 5.0 Lollipop. Coming over from previous builds, the new Magisk 15.0 works on adding modularity to the package. The developer further adds that the new Magisk package is now working to remove all traces of it from the system so it remains hidden. You can download Magisk 15.0 package from the link ahead and also read about the new changes.

Magisk is based on SuperSU utility and it uses a custom recovery to flash itself on the device. It also has a partner Magisk Manager APK app which you can install to monitor modules and root access. Also, third-party developers are easily able to build their own modules for Magisk quite easily as it is fully open-source. Link ahead will let you download latest Magisk 15.0 package.

Download Magisk 15.0

Magisk 15.0 – Details:

Magisk itself is a system-less, open-source and universal root solution for Android devices running versions above 5.0 Lollipop. The new Magisk 15.0 tries to tackle two major points. The first being, modularity. Like Pixel and Project Treble, the developer insists on having a modular package which will then allow for easy upgrades for both users and developers. The second thing Magisk 15.0 tries to solve is removing traces from the system. Magisk 15.0 is designed to remain hidden and unseen to packages that might try to disable it or cause problems with its core functionality.

Download Magisk 15.0

UPDATE: Magisk has been updated to 15.1. This new build fixes Bootloop issues that were occurring with some devices.

You can download Magisk 15.0 package from the link below. This is a ZIP package which can easily be flashed through a custom recovery like TWRP.

File: Magisk-v15.0.zip

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