The Magisk app from the developer topjohnwu is undoubtedly the most popular root manager for Android devices. Thanks to Magisk, rooting an Android device is extremely easy, but due to changes introduced by developers from Google in new versions of the operating system, this application must be constantly updated – otherwise it will not be compatible with new operating systems. And now that Android 11 has started rolling out to a multitude of devices, topjohnwu has released Magisk v21 and Magisk Manager v8.0.0, which support the Android 11 operating system, and have also received a complete redesign and more.
It is important to note that although the latest version of Magisk is designed to work with all devices running the Android 11 operating system, some users have encountered rare issues. In addition, Magisk v21 currently does not work with some MediaTek-based devices, but most likely the developer will fix this problem in the near future. Users wishing to try out the new root manager just need to download Magisk v21 and Magisk Manager v8.0.0 from the official resource. There, on GitHub, you can leave a message about bugs that occur during the installation or use of this manager.