Download Stable Magisk v20.4 with MagiskHide

20 Likes Comment

We are glad to report you that now the latest version of Magisk which is stable Magisk v20.4 is available for download. Recently, XDA Recognized Developer topjohnwu released the stable Magisk v20.4 with many improvements and bug fixes. Magisk is one of the best Android rooting tools which are systemless root Android phones. It supports most of the Android phones as well as the Android 10 OS. Now the developer released the latest stable version with some more features added and improvements.

Now you can download a stable Magisk v20.4 and install it on your Android device. Magisk has become the most popular and widely used root tool in the Android market. The Magisk v20.4 comes with lots of new features, customizations, many improvements and much more. The most recent version is packed with MagiskHide disabled by default, Detect API level with a fallback method on some devices, some changes in Google’s SafetyNet Attestation API and so on. Also, the stable Magisk v20.4 has fixed all the bugs which were faced earlier.

Given below we share the official changelog of stable Magisk v20.4. If you are already using the Magisk, then all you need to download the latest version from the given below direct link and upgrade it. By following our given below step by step guide, you can easily download and install the stable Magisk 20.4 version.

Once you install this latest version, you will enjoy all the features and improvements. If you are an advance user and mostly customizing your device, then Magisk is the best tool for rooting Android devices. With the help of the Magisk rooting tool, you can easily root your device without any kind of risk. If you want to download and install the stable Magisk 20.4 version, then go ahead and follow the given guide.

stable Magisk v20.4
stable Magisk v20.4

The official changelog for stable Magisk 20.4 Version:

  • [MagiskInit] Fix potential boot loop in A-only 2SI devices
  • [MagiskInit] Properly support Tegra partition naming
  • [General] Load libsqlite.so dynamically, which removes the need to use wrapper scripts on Android 10+
  • [General] Detect API level with a fallback method on some devices
  • [General] Workaround possible bug in x86 kernel readlinkat system call
  • [BusyBox] Enable SELinux features. Add chcon/runcon etc., and ‘-Z’ option to many applets
  • [BusyBox] Introduce standalone mode. More details in release notes
  • [MagiskHide] Disable MagiskHide by default
  • [MagiskHide] Add more potential detectable system properties
  • [MagiskHide] Add workaround for Xiaomi devices boot loop when MagiskHide is enabled on cross-region ROMs
  • [MagiskBoot] Support patching special Motorolla DTB format
  • [MagiskPolicy] Support ‘genfscon’ policy rules
  • [Scripts] Support NAND based boot images (character nodes in /dev/block)
  • [Scripts] Better addon.d (both v1 and v2) support
  • [Scripts] Support Lineage Recovery for Android 10+

Download Stable Magisk v20.4:

How to Install stable Magisk v20.4 & Root with TWRP

You can install the Magisk tool on your Android phone with different methods. If your device is already rooted and wants access to Magisk modules, then you can use Magisk Manager to install the Magisk framework. But we recommend the TWRP method to start fresh by installing Magisk on non-rooted devices. It’s the cleanest, and there is no need to remove old root binaries, just flash the Magisk ZIP, and you’ll be good to go.

Step 1: Install TWRP

To flash the Magisk ZIP in TWRP, all you need to install the TWRP on your device. There are many ways to install TWRP recovery on Android phones. Follow the given guide to install TWRP on Android devices using Fastboot.

Step 2: Install Magisk Manager

After installing TWRP, boot your phone, and install the Magisk Manager app. This is not the Magisk framework, which provides the ability to install Magisk modules and root access. It’s an app that is used to manage modules, download, and update the Magisk framework. We have given the direct link to download Magisk Manager APK file below. As you know that the Magisk Manager app is no longer available on the Play Store, so you’ll need to enable “Unknown Sources” before going ahead to the installation process. Follow the given link to download the latest version of Magisk Manager. Once the APK file downloads successfully, tap the Download complete notification to launch the APK. Press “Install” when prompted.

  • Download Magisk Manager from APK (.apk)

Step 3: Download Magisk Zip

Now, we’ll download the Magisk ZIP file. Navigate to the Magisk Manager app. A popup will appear asking if you want to install the Magisk framework. Tap “Install” and hit “Download Zip Only.“ Wait until the process completes successfully. Step 4: Flash Magisk in TWRP Now, you will need to boot your phone into recovery mode. Once the phone is in recovery mode, navigate to the “Install” button in the main menu of TWRP. Next, go to the Download folder on your phone and select the Magisk ZIP. Swipe the slider at the bottom of the screen to install Magisk, then tap the “Reboot System.”

Step 5: Verify Root & SafetyNet Status

In the final step, we’ll verify that either is the phone is rooted correctly or not. Open the Magisk Manager app. If your device is rooted now, then a message “MAGISKSU (topjohnwu)” with a green checkmark next to it will appear towards the top of the screen. Done! These were the complete steps to download stable Magisk 20.4. You have successfully rooted with Magisk; it’s a systemless root.

Source: XDA

You might like

About the Author: Bhatti Junaid

He continuously writes tech articles and development code. Also, appreciates excellent food, exceptional coffee and great company. He has written 266 guides and other posts.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *