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Latest Magisk v21.0 zip and Magisk Manager v8.0.2 Apk - How to root all Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco devices

Over the years, Google and basically other Apps on Android have beefed up security on Android devices making it very difficult to use some Apps like banking Apps on phone with root Access. This however is where Magisk comes in. 

Magisk uses a systemless rooting method which means modification is made only to the booting partition and the system partition is left untouched. This makes it possible to bypass the  Google's safetNet system. It also has a manager App which makes it possible to grant or deny root permission to any App at any given time. The App also includes some free modules which can be used to further customize your Android phone.

The new Magisk V21.0 supports the latest Google Android 11, it also has a new safe mode detection which disables all modules when the device boots into safe mode. Below are the features of Magisk, the full changelog, as well as the download links.



Features of Magisk:
  • Open Source: 
    100% open source and easy to build on all Google supported platforms.
  • Magic Mount: 
    Modify system (vendor) without tampering the partitions.
  • MagiskSU: 
    Unleash your device's root access.
  • MagiskHide: 
    Hide Magisk from detection: Google SafetyNet, enterprise / bank system integrity checks, game tamper checks.
  • Resetprop: 
    Modify or delete any system properties, including read-only props.
  • Online Module Repo: 
    Install Magisk Modules from the community driven Magisk Module Repo.

Changelog - Magisk V21.0

  • [General] Support Android 11 
  • [General] Add Safe Mode detection. Disable all modules when the device is booting into Safe Mode.
  • [General] Increase post-fs-data mode timeout from 10 seconds to 40 seconds
  • [MagiskInit] Rewritten 2SI support from scratch
  • [MagiskInit] Support when no /sbin folder exists (Android 11)
  • [MagiskInit] Dump fstab from device-tree to rootfs and force init to use it for 2SI devices
  • [MagiskInit] Strip out AVB for 2SI as it may cause bootloop
  • [Modules] Rewritten module mounting logic from scratch
  • [MagiskSU] For Android 8.0+, a completely new policy setup is used. This reduces compromises in Android’s sandbox, providing more policy isolation and better security for root users.
  • [MagiskSU] Isolated mount namespace will now first inherit from parent process, then isolate itself from the world
  • [MagiskSU] Update communication protocol with Magisk Manager to work with the hardened SELinux setup
  • [MagiskPolicy] Optimize match all rules. This will significantly reduce policy binary size and save memory and improve general kernel performance.
  • [MagiskPolicy] Support declaring new types and attributes
  • [MagiskPolicy] Make policy statement closer to stock *.te format. Please check updated documentation or magiskpolicy –help for more details.
  • [MagiskBoot] Support compressed extra blobs
  • [MagiskBoot] Pad boot images to original size with zeros
  • [MagiskHide] Manipulate additional vendor properties

Changelog: Magisk Manager V8

  • 100% full app rewrite! Will highlight functional changes below.
  • Add detailed device info in home screen to assist user installation
  • Support Magisk v21.0 communication protocol
  • Support patching modern Samsung AP.tar

Download Links:
  • Latest Stable Magisk v21.0 zip: Download here or HERE
  • Magisk Manager V8.0.2: Download Here or HERE
  • Magisk Uninstaller: Download Here

How to root your Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco Android phone with Magisk
  • Make sure you have custom recovery installed on our phone or click on this LINK.
  • Download the Magisk installer zip and copy it to your phone's internal storage.
  • Reboot your phone to recovery mode.
  • From the recovery menu option, tap install and select the Magisk Zip file
  • Wait until the installation is completed and reboot to system
  • In most cases, the Magisk Manager App will be automatically installed. Nonetheless, you can manually install it by downloading from the link provided above.

Note:
  • If you already have Magisk installed, it is strongly recommended to upgrade directly via Magisk Manager
  • If you are using Samsung or Huawei, follow the guide in this Link
  • If you are installing for the first time, you might be required to perform a factory reset.



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