MAGISK Posts on XDA

Magisk Module to Systemlessly Enable Miracast and Tethering, and Disable ADB Notify

One of the advantages of Magisk is the ability to make modifications to your device systemlessly, which in turn allows to retain you to retain the ability to pass SafetyNet checks for Android Pay and other services. XDA Member VR25 has put together a Magisk module that allows you to enable Miracast and Tethering as well as...

Android O Redesigns Emojis – Get Them Now on Android 5.0+

During our earlier coverage of what is new in the first public Android O Beta release (Android O Developer Preview 2), some users noted that we had forgotten to mention the new emojis. No, we didn't forget about our little blob friends. We wanted to wait so you can get your hands on the new, more...

Magisk v13.0 Will Be Ready For Android O, with Introduction of Unified Binary

XDA Recognized Developer and Contributor, topjohnwu, is the author of one of the most highly-regarded XDA applications -- Magisk. The project allows you to manage root on your device and automatically hide it for certain apps. Magisk is one of the must-have Android apps if, for example, you are planning to use Pokémon Go or...

Greenify4Magisk Brings Boost Mode back to Greenify

Greenify is one of the most popular battery-saving tools available on our forums. If your device has the Xposed Framework installed, then Greenify has even more tools available for it to help kill resource-hungry processes in the background to save your juice. Unfortunately, Xposed is not available on Android Nougat yet, but if you're looking to retain...

Android Dev Weekly 002: Arise, XOSP, Substratum News and Giveaway!

The first iteration of the Android Dev Weekly series focused on the achievements of Substratum, updates from BlissROMs, the discontinuity of revision-based updates for XOSP, the feature of ResurrectionRemix on the OnePlus forums and updates from PureNexus. The goal of this series is to bridge the gap between users and the developers, and we've got great news...

Magisk Receives an Update to v12, Fixes Samsung Bugs, Adds Core Only Mode, and More

It's been close to two months since the last big stable update was released for Magisk, and the developer actually received a lot of complaints about that update. At the time, Magisk Manager was at version 4.25 and it had begun crashing on a lot of Samsung devices. The issue was so widespread on Samsung...

OnePlus 3T Setup: Tips and App Suggestions to Get the Most out of Your Device

The OnePlus 3 and 3T are have become some of the most developer-friendly devices of their generation, but even with such a wide array of ROMs and Mods available it's easy to get stuck in the same routine when it comes to setting up your device. Having used many of the ROMs available for the 3T, this is my...

Magisk Receives an Update to v11, Introduces MagiskSU and More

XDA Recognized Developer and Contributor topjohnwu has been working hard lately and has just rolled out a substantial update to the Magisk Android mod. The biggest new feature here is the addition of MagiskSU, as this turns Magisk into its own rooting solution. The code for this new feature is based on phh's approach to update the CM Superuser, but is...

Version 10 of Magisk Adds a new way to Mount System Mirrors

We've talked about Magisk here at XDA multiple times in the past, and it's been great to watch the development of this modification since it was first introduced. The goal of Magisk is to overcome the limitations of systemless mods for the Android platform. By creating a universal systemless interface, this enables developers and users...

Magisk Updated to v7, Now Completely Open Source

We've talked about Magisk in the past, and how it promises a world of modifications to be done in a systemless manner. The Magisk Universal Systemless Interface has ballooned in popularity recently much like Xposed has, and not without good reason too. In addition to all the benefits that going systemless brings to the table,...

Use Android Pay with Xposed Without Rebooting with Magisk

Amongst many first world problems, there is one that resonates with many XDA-dwellers. On one hand, Android is aiming for the future with solutions like Android Pay -- allowing you to make payments on physical terminals with your mobile, without needing your wallet. It's convenient and it works (if you are in supported regions). On the...