MagiskMagisk is a rooting method that gives you lots of control over the Android operating system. With it, you can install modules that allow you to customize the device. Some modules can help you install regular apps as system apps, hide the navigation bar, add a sound equzlizer, and much more. Beyond the modules, you may want to install Magisk because you want root access while still being able to use apps that are guarded by SafetyNet such as Android Pay. With Magisk, you can easily toggle on and off the root access from the apps’ settings so you can turn off root when using apps that would not otherwise work if SafetyNet thought your device was rooted.

Download Magisk for Android 11

Use the links below to download the versions of Magisk that work with Android 11:

Note: Use the latest version possible. And if that does not work, downgrade to the one previous until one works for your device.

How to Install Magisk

There are two general methods for installing Magisk. Most people install it via the TWRP custom recovery image. However, there is also a method to install Magisk without TWRP.