Root Manager Magisk will Receive Support for Project Treble

Root Manager Magisk
Written by Hassan Abbas

More recently, John Woo, the developer of Magisk, returned from the army and immediately proceeded to implement new functions for the manager of the ruth-rights. The first update announced further optimization for Android P and full support for Project Treble.

Let me remind you that Project Treble is designed to speed up the update process and reduce the fragmentation of the Android ecosystem. A new modular structure separates low-level drivers and system frameworks. For the first time the architecture was tested in Android Oreo, but not all smartphone manufacturers supported the decision.

Root Manager Magisk

Root Manager Magisk

Starting with Magisk 16.0, the utility supports Google Pixel and Huawei / Honor smartphones with an accelerated system update. But it is defective, through an alternate superuser rights manager phh’s SuperUser, which limits Magisk Hide, a key manager function. About the concealment of superuser rights from banking applications, we were told separately.

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In the announced update, the developer Magisk mastered the specificity of the new format of the system images Generic System Image (GSI) and realized the advantages of Project Treble. The release of the update is planned for the near future, and while there is time to get acquainted with the theory of the root-rights, also learn about Magisk Manager and additional modules more.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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