Magisk, a new tool to root your device and acts as a root manager. It has many pros over the SuperSu root manager and there are many other features that are better than the SU. Today, Magisk has received a new update to version 14.5 and it packs many new features and enhancements over the old version. Magisk 14.5 is now available for download and you can update it easily.
Magisk 14.5 is now rolling out on devices who are already using it. You can automatically update it over the air. Those who are just looking to use it or want to flash it can downlaod it from the source below.
Magisk 14.5 features:
Talking about the changes, Magisk 14.5 packs couple of new features. One of them is the new Dynamic Runtime Initramfs setup, it helps to make installation process similar on any supported device.
The another change that took place is hiding root even from the Google’s SafetyNet API. It is an API from Google in Android that allow app developers an option to disable the app if it und root access on the device. Many banking, wallet and other apps follow this API and cause havoc for those who have root access on their devices. The latest update of Magisk 14.5 has added the compatibility with Google’s SafetyNet API. So, users can easily use the apps which use the Google’s SafetyNet API while having the root acess.
Magisk 4.5 is now compatible with Pixel 2 also. Users can now use the Magisk on the Pixel 2 device.
These are the major changes that took part in the latest update. You can download the Magisk 4.5 via the source link below.