Magisk is nothing more than a way to get root permissions on Android. Magisk can ROOT your device, as well as common standard patches. It has a super powerful Universal systemless interface, allowing unlimited potential.
The latest Magisk v19.1 and Magisk Manager v7.1.2 has been released and now available for download. The Magisk v19.1 comes with Android Q beta 2 support which was released a few days ago.
It’s worth mentioning that the Magisk v19 came out at the last of March this year with Android Q support. Google started releasing the beta version to Pixel phone in March and now it’s currently on beta 2.
Below is the changelog for Magisk v19.1 and Magisk Manager v7.1.2
- Magisk v19.1
– [General] Support recovery based Magisk
– [General] Support Android Q Beta 2
– [MagiskInit] New sbin overlay setup process for better compatibility
– [MagiskInit] Allow long pressing volume up to boot to recovery in recovery mode
– [MagicMount] Use proper system_root mirror
– [MagicMount] Use self created device nodes for mirrors
– [MagicMount] Do not allow adding new files/folders in partition root folder (e.g. /system or /vendor)
- Magisk Manager v7.1.2
– Support patching Samsung AP firmware
– Much better module downloading mechanism
Check out the sources below for download links.