Magisk Stories August 29

Magisk for rooted Android phones won’t die as creator works for Google, but will see big changes

Back in May of this year, famed Android developer John Wu announced that he had been hired by Google to be a part of the Android security team. It was then that fans of his project, Magisk, started wondering what would lie in its future given the obvious conflict of interest. This week, Wu has finally provided some definitive answers.

Magisk Stories May 17

If you’ve rooted an Android phone in the past few years, you’ve probably heard of the tool “Magisk” from John Wu. Today, Wu has announced that he’ll be joining the Android Platform Security team at Google.

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Magisk Stories May 13

Magisk v23.0 is now available for tinkerers and the true Android enthusiasts wanting “full” control of their tech with the update adding some notable new features – but for those still clinging on to older Android devices, we have some bad news, as Magisk v23.0 drops support for some legacy hardware.

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Magisk Stories February 24

Magisk v22.0 adds support for Galaxy S21 series, app hiding improvements, plus more

For those still happy to root and tinker on their Android devices, Magisk is an essential. The latest Magisk v22.0 build is now available, and it adds support for the recently released Galaxy S21 series alongside a few extra tweaks.

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