Xiaomi-compatible Magisk Systemless Root

Xiaomi-compatible Magisk Systemless Root 1

Download Magisk, the most compatible systemless root tool for all Xiaomi device from the links provided below. You can grab its latest version either to your MIUI phone directly or to your computer. The files available below are the main Magisk root package, uninstaller, and the standalone Magisk Manager app (.apk). All files are served from direct hot links hosted on multiple servers supporting resume-able multiple connections.

Magisk root is fully compatible to gain root access on many Xiaomi devices from Redmi, Redmi Note, and Mi variants. Thus, older devices like Redmi 3 and Redmi 4A are also supported. Owners of recent flagship devices also need no worries since the latest version of Magisk is also fully compatible. Flagship devices like Mi 8, Mi 6, Blackshark, Poco F1, Mi Mix, Mi Mix 2S, Mi Max, are also root-able using this Topjohnwu‘s popular creation.

What is Magisk? It is a suite of open source tools for customizing Android, supporting devices. This including the compatibility on Xiaomi devices running Android version higher than 5.0 Lollipop (API 21). It is also capable to do many advanced yet fundamental parts for Android customization: root, boot scripts, SELinux patches, AVB2.0 / dm-verity / force-encrypt removals etc.

Magisk is basically a Systemless Interface Hack to alter the system (or vendor) arbitrarily while the actual partitions stay completely intact. That is what so-called with systemless root. Therefore, Magisk can also hide the hack/modifications (read: root status) from any system integrity verifications used in banking apps, corporation monitoring apps, game cheat detections, and most importantly Google’s SafetyNet API mechanism.


Magisk main rooting package:

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Version 19.3 | 12637 downloads | Size: 5 MB
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Version 19.1 | 9811 downloads | Size: 5 MB
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Version 19.0 | 4505 downloads | Size: 5 MB
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Version 18.1 | 2751 downloads | Size: 4 MB
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Version 18.0 | 1050 downloads | Size: 4 MB
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Version 17.3 | 1021 downloads | Size: 4 MB
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Version 17.2 | 283 downloads | Size:
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Version 17.1 | 439 downloads | Size: 4 MB
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Version 17.0 | 532 downloads | Size: 4 MB

Magisk Uninstaller:

Use this to unroot then to fully remove Magisk from your device:

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Version 20190604 | 1141 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 20190501 | 863 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 20190328 | 552 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 20190204 | 412 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 20181208 | 201 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 20180921 | 197 downloads | Size: 2 MB

Magisk Manager app:

The Android app utilized to manage the root access (granting/revoking/hiding) on your phone. This app is basically bundled within the main suite package above. However, in some cases, you may need to install it independently. Hence, only use this in case you need it.

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Version 7.3.2 | 1113 downloads | Size: 3 MB
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Version 7.3.0 | 941 downloads | Size: 3 MB
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Version 7.2.0 | 107 downloads | Size: 3 MB
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Version 7.1.2 | 1451 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 7.1.1 | 886 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 7.0.0 | 753 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 6.1.0 | 389 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 6.0.1 | 313 downloads | Size: 2 MB
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Version 6.0.0 | 278 downloads | Size: 2 MB

How to root with Magisk?

Magisk is a pack of third-party binaries that cannot be simply installed through stock Mi Recovery. You will need a custom recovery. Xiaomi devices generally employ either the official build of TWRP or any unofficial ones like RWRP (Red Wolf Recovery Project). Replacing stock with custom recovery needs an unlocked bootloader. Hence, you may have heard that rooting can only be done on an unlocked device.

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The practical steps on how to root with Magisk can be vary depending on which device you wish to flash the package to. Generally, these steps can be followed with some adjustment:

  1. Install either Mi Flash Tool or ADB Fastboot Drivers.
  2. Unlock the MIUI bootloader.
  3. Flash TWRP custom recovery (depending on your device variant).
  4. Download Magisk zip file and transfer it to your phone.
  5. Reboot into recovery mode.
  6. Choose “Install” in TWRP menu and flash Magisk.
  7. Reboot.

Prior to all these steps, creating a full data backup is strongly recommended.

How to upgrade?

The upgrading process has been made simple. If you have already had Magisk Manager installed, the update process to the latest version can be done through the app. There is no need to re-flash the full package.


  1. Andtreana R May 2, 2019
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