Magisk has received a new update that brings bunch of new features and Android 12 support. The new version is Magisk v24.0 which is currently released on the public beta channel. It will be released soon on the stable channel. The new version has arrived after a long time, but the new features make it worth the wait. You can download Magisk 24.0 here.
The last Magisk build was released in May last year. Since this is a long gap, the expectations of the users have also increased. Thanks to developer John Wu for including many new features and major bug fixes and making this a great update that meets the users expectations. Zygisk made its debut with Magisk 24.0, which was previously available to testers on the Magisk Canary build. And now it is officially available to the public. You can check more about Zygisk here.
Another big change in Magisk 24.0 is that it now supports Android 12. Unfortunately, MagiskHide is no longer part of Magisk, which is one of the main features that most users use to run apps even in the root state. In case you didn’t know, Magic developer John Wu is now working at Google as part of the Android security team. And giving features like Magisk Hide is unethical, so this gives the reason why Magisk Hide is removed. You can find all Magisk 24.0 changes below.
Magisk v24.0 Changelog
- [General] MagiskHide is removed from Magisk
- [General] Support Android 12
- [General] Support devices that do not support 32-bit and only runs 64-bit code
- [General] Update BusyBox to 1.34.1
- [Zygisk] Introduce new feature: Zygisk
- [Zygisk] Introduce DenyList feature to revert Magisk features in user selected processes
- [MagiskBoot] Support patching 32-bit kernel zImages
- [MagiskBoot] Support boot image header v4
- [MagiskBoot] Support patching out skip_initramfs from dtb bootargs
- [MagiskBoot] Add new env variable PATCHVBMETAFLAG to configure whether vbmeta flags should be patched
- [MagiskInit] Support loading fstab from /system/etc (required for Pixel 6)
- [MagiskInit] Support /proc/bootconfig for loading boot configurations
- [MagiskInit] Better support for some Meizu devices
- [MagiskInit] Better support for some OnePlus/Oppo/Realme devices
- [MagiskInit] Support init.real on some Sony devices
- [MagiskInit] Skip loading Magisk when detecting DSU
- [MagiskPolicy] Load *_compat_cil_file from system_ext
- [MagiskSU] Use isolated devpts if the kernel supports it
- [MagiskSU] Fix root shell if isolated mount namespace is set
- [resetprop] Deleted properties are now wiped from memory instead of just unlinking
- [App] Build a single APK for all ABIs
- [App] Switch to use standard bottom navigation bar
- [App] Downloading modules from the centralized Magisk-Modules-Repo is removed
- [App] Support user configuration of boot image vbmeta patching
- [App] Restore the ability to install Magisk on the other slot on some A/B devices
- [App] Allow modules to specify an update URL for in-app update + install
Download Magisk 24.0
If you use magisk on your phone and want to try a new version of magisk then you can easily download it from here. It is mainly used for rooting and other advanced tasks. Magic makes everything from basic customization to advanced customization easy. The credit for the download link goes to its developer, John Wu. Now let’s move on to the download link.
The installation method depends on many options like the ramdisk, vbmeta partition, unlocked bootloader, and more. The common process to install Magisk is by patching boot.img or recovery.img and flashing it to the device with the help of adb and fastboot commands.
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