Magisk Manager Android


Magisk Manager allows you to manage the rooting of your Android device, hiding it from those applications that block it when detecting this process

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Before, when we rooted our Android, we used to have to face up to the problem of having to modify the System folder. The arrival of Android Marshmallow introduced the possibility of not having to do so through alternative methods as well as unstable mods.

The mod manager to root Android

Magisk Manager is a mod manager that allows us to install them from a single interface. Therefore, we can make the most of systemless methods being able to revert the root process whenever we want. This will help us, for instance, to avoid applications that are blocked on handsets that have been rooted.

However, to be able to work correctly, you're going to need to unlock the bootloader and install the SuperSU application. Nevertheless, it's definitely not a tool for beginners as it's going to demand certain knowledge about how an operating system works.

These are the main features that you'll be able to enjoy once you've downloaded this APK:

  • Hide the root from applications of the likes of Pokémon GO or Google Pay.
  • Follows the Material Design guidelines.
  • Modify any aspect of the system files.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 5.0.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
Magisk Manager
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Magisk Manager Tips & Tricks

Magisk Manager or Magisk: comparison and differences

There’s a clear difference between Magisk and Magisk Manager: Magisk is a tool to root Android that simplifies the process being able to get hold of super user permissions without having to modify the system’s partition. On the other hand, Magisk Manager is the management app that once we’ve rooted our Android, allows us to flash it with a new version of Magisk as well as using the SafetyNet function on those apps in which we need to avoid the security verification that is usually carried out to make sure that they’re not being used on rooted devices.


How to install Magisk Manager (and uninstall)

To be able to install the Magisk Manager app on an unrooted Android, we simply have to complete the following steps:


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