Change The System File To Root Your Android Phone

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If you are an Android user, you will never have heard of Root, Magisk Manager, SuperSu, Xposed, in life. If there is no name in it, then there is no reason to worry, this tune will discuss everything a little bit. SuperSu, Magisk Manager, Xposed To use any of these three, you must root your smartphone. Now the question is, what is the root? What is the root of the root! What will be the problem of mobile phone? Etc.

Some Things About The Root

Simply put, if you want to delete files in Windows’ C Drive, delete/replace, then notice that your administrator is asking for permissions. And similarly, the Android system’s apps uninstall, system changes can do much more if your smartphone is rooted. What is the root of the root! The answer to this question can not understand by those who have never rooted their smartphone. Just say one thing, those who once route, they got busy buying a new phone just to come home and get busy just routing the smartphone. The latest question is if there is a problem with the mobile, will it be root? – No, there is no problem if the route is root. When the problem occurs, when you delete the system’s files on your mobile without understanding.

What Is Magisk?

If you’re an Android user for the past two-three years, then you probably know this name. This is a new tool through which you can easily customize your phone. This tool has created the XDA Developer in 2016.

Magisk is calling “systemless” root method because Magisk modifies your system files in a way that does not understand your system. Instead of system file modifiers, Magisk keeps all the modification boot partitions in place. As a result, your phone will never find any tangibles, and this is the most important feature of Magisk.

Magisk is called “systemless” root method, because instead of system file modifiers, Magisk puts all the modifications on the boot partition and without any modification of the system file. Because Google SecurityNet detects that your system’s files have been changed and all apps that use Google SafetyNet’s information cannot be run, because Google Pay does not support a rooftop phone, root users do not have Google Pay apps Could not use. It’s absolutely free from Magisk’s problem. Magisk’s updates continue to continue when Google updates their security, Magisk releases new updates quickly and quickly so that they quickly gained popularity. Now we will discuss the similarity and difference between SuperSu, Xposed with Magisk.

Magisk V SuperSU

Magisk in the world of rotating A new name is SuperSU, on the other hand, a lot old and popular name. We use these two popular tools for the same purpose, but there are many differences between them. The main difference between Magisk and SuperSU is that – SuperSU changes the system file and adds new files to the system partition, and I have already said that Magisk puts all the modification boot partitions on the system instead of modifiers. As a result, your phone will never find any tangibles, and this is the most important feature of Magisk.

System V Systemless

At first, we will learn about SuperSU. SuperSU changes the system file and adds new files to the system partition. SuperSU’s popularity began to decline when Google increased its security through Android Marshmallow. Because Google SecurityNet detects whether your system’s files have been changed and all apps that use Google SafetyNet’s information cannot be run, such as the development app does not support rooted phones, so root users can use the development app Could not One more problem is that you will never get OTA updates if you modify the system via SuperSU.

Magisk is called “systemless” root method, because instead of system file modifiers, Magisk puts all the modifications on the boot partition and without any modification of the system file. No apps can be found when an app requests for the system file. Because Magisk does not modify any of the file files. Google SafetyNet Detects whether your system’s files have been changing or not, nothing is changed, and all apps that use Google SafetyNet’s information can be run on a rooted phone.

Modules

Magisk supports built-in modules, but SuperSU only gives root permissions. The important feature of the Magisk Manager app is that, in the hands of users of the root setting, Hides and unhide the root permissions as desired. Another cool feature is the installable mods, which can make a lot of beautiful modification. Some popular mods are Camera2API enabler, RAM management fixes and more. But SuperSU does not support you any built-in. To get this feature you need to install some other tools, such as BusyBox and Xposed.

Magisk V Xposed

Magisk and Xposed, these two are the most popular Android modes. Xposed has been offering many types of modes for many years, but Magisk is relatively new in this mode of life. Both tools developers have created such a way that users can easily modify their device. There are some differences between the two tools, but some big differences exist. Know about the two and then decide which one to use.

System V Systemless

Magisk is calling “systemless” root method, because instead of system file modifiers. Magisk puts all the modifications on the boot partition. Without any modification of the system file. No apps can found when an app requests for the system file. Because Magisk does not modify any of the file files. Google SafetyNet Detects whether your system’s files have been changed or not, nothing is changed, and all apps that use Google SafetyNet’s information can be run on a rooted phone. Like bash, NetFlix, Uber apps you can not run on other methods.

On the other hand, as soon as Xposed install, it modifies your system. As a result of the changes in system files, Google SafetyNet detects whether your system’s files have been changing and all apps that use Google SafetyNet’s information cannot be run, such as the Netflix app on a rooted phone, the root user does not support Could not use the Netflix app. You can easily install Xposed from Magisk module.