There are a few different ways to install Magisk. If you're already interested in Magisk modules, you can use Magisk Manager to install the Magisk framework. Or, if you want to pass SafetyNet on a rooted device, you can switch from SuperSU to Magisk SU. Magisk on a non-rooted phone using TWRP.
The main reason we prefer this method is because it's the cleanest. No need to remove old root binaries, just flash the Magisk ZIP and you'll be good to go. In doing so, you'll actually root your phone and install Magisk in one shot, plus you're more likely to pass SafetyNet's CTS profiles check this way.
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Step 1: Install TWRP
This method works by flashing the Magisk ZIP into TWRP, so you'll need to install the custom recovery before you begin. Like Magisk itself, there are multiple ways to install TWRP. When you're done, you can use this method but note that you have a full unroot in SuperSU after you've done.
If your phone has a fastboot interface (most phones do) this guide to install TWRP. Just follow steps 1-5 just as they are, then use Method 2 in Step 7 to flash the TWRP image file for your particular model.
TWRP wants vary.
Step 2: Install Magisk Manager
Once you've got TWRP installed successfully, boot into Android and install the Magisk Manager app the ability to install Magisk modules. It's simply an app for downloading and updating the Magisk framework and managing modules.
The Magisk Manager app is no longer available on the Play Store, so you'll need to have "Unknown Sources" enabled to install it. Download the newest version, then when that's finished, tap the Download complete notification to launch the APK. Finally, press "Install" when prompted.
Step 3: Download the Magisk ZIP
Next, open the Magisk Manager app. You'll need a popup if you'd like to install the Magisk framework. Tap "Install" here, then hit "Download Zip Only" on the subsequent popup.
Next, boot your phone into recovery mode, then tap the "Install" button in TWRP's main menu. From there, navigate to your device's Download folder, then select the Magisk ZIP. After that, just swipe the slider at the bottom of the Magisk window, then tap "Reboot System."
Step 5: Verify Root & SafetyNet Status
Next, go ahead and open the Magisk Manager app. If everything went off without a hitch, saying "MAGISKSU (topjohnwu)" with a green check mark next to it. Magisk, it's a systemless root.
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