Magisk 17.1 Available for Android that adds compatibility with Android 9 Pie and two Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9 devices as well as fix many bugs
Magisk updates to version 17.1 and becomes compatible with Android 9 Pie
Magisk is a fantastic application for Android that allows you to get a complete management of ROOT permissions on Android. Magisk between the various functions allows you to “hide” the ROOT to applications without affecting the operation, so you make fun of the app using the ROOT without giving visibility.
Recently Magisk has been updated to version 17.1 going to fix many bugs, added support for Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 + and Galaxy Note 9 devices and also the expected support of Android 9 Pie which is the latest version of the operating system of Google.
Re-added the ability to manage SafetyNet and module repositories, improved support on devices with A/B partitions and lots of bug fixes.
I recommend, before installing version 17.1, proceed to uninstall the previous version complete otherwise you could bootloop the device.
- Android Pie (9.0) support
- Support targeting sub services when selecting an app to hide with MagiskHide
- Fix root loss issue when MagiskHide is enabled
- Support Samsung S9/S9+/Note 9
- And of course, tons of bug fixes and improvements
Where to download Magisk
Magisk is available for free download by clicking on the following link which will send you to the official XDA thread with the latest updated version.