Click on Magisk v16.0.zip file to flash it.
Swipe the bar towards the right to install the zip file.
Once done, tap on “Reboot System”
You can see the latest version of Magisk Manager is installed.
Step 4: Test the Root Status and explore Magisk Manager
I’ve installed Root Checker Basic from play store to test the root status.
It shows that Root access is properly installed on this device LGMP260.
Now let’s open Magisk Manager and check out the features.
The first option is “Superuser”.
It shows the history of apps which were granted or denied superuser access.
You can see “Root Checker Basic” has been granted superuser rights.
The next option in the list is, Magisk Hide
It shows a complete list of apps including system apps.
Here we can hide root from an app if it doesn’t support a rooted device. For example, Banking apps.
The next option is “Modules”.
It’ll show all the installed modules. Modules are small hacks or mods which work on a rooted device.
We can download and install modules from the “Downloads” section as shown below.
The “Downloads” section has a huge list of useful modules.
You can download and install a module from here. Make sure you check the device compatibility before installing a module to avoid bricking.
In “Settings” we can change the theme, language, and auto-check updates.
There are many more Settings in Magisk as shown above. You can change them as the need arises.
If facing any issue, feel free to leave a comment below.