If you consider yourself a power user in the Android ecosystem,
the name “Magisk” really needs no introduction. Thanks to the creation of John Wu, aka XDA Senior Recognized Developer topjohnwu
youcan easily get the root of your Android device according to the beauty spot boot image
. However, because Magisk also has to do to provide an unstructured root interface, it usually needs to be updated to be compatible with the latest version of Android. Now with Android 12 has reached a stable channel, topjohnwu has developed a new version of Canary from Magisk that is able to root the latest version of Android.
It’s been more than five months since Magisk’s last major release , so this update is quite significant. This is the first build of Magisk that John Wu released after leaving Apple to join Google’s Android security team . The centralized Magisk module backpack was also removed from the Magisk application, as topjohnwu noted in August.
However, a new element is available for root enthusiasts to play with. “Zygisk,” or Magisk in Android’s zygote process, is a further development for an unstructured interface that topjohnwu and several other developers have been working on for some time. With this version of Canary, you can now learn about the preliminary features of Zygisk. If you are interested in building modules , see the Zygisk API and example module .
latest Magisk Canarian version (d7e7df3b – 23010) is as follows:
To start using root on Android 12, download the latest version of Canary or go to the Canary release channel in the Magisk app settings and then update the app. If you run into problems, make a bug report in the project’s GitHub archive .