Rooting Android is about gaining complete administrative privileges on your device. And that is exactly where you meet Magisk through which you can have a complete root with many benefits. Unlike other rooting methods, Magisk modifies the system in a different approach and that is systemless. So it makes changes without changing the core system. You are here saved from many problems you might possibly face with root android. In fact, Magisk does not put limits on any app usage. But if you still in need of Uninstall Magisk, you are here at the right place to move ahead with the right guidelines.
How to Uninstall Magisk from Android Smartphone?
Uninstalling Magisk from your Android is easy and has a number of ways. Just like installing Magisk and manage through Magisk Manager, you can uninstall the app when you feel like you no longer need it. From all those methods work, here I bring two easy and comprehensive ways to complete with Magisk uninstall.
Method 01: Uninstall Magisk with the default uninstall option
When you want to remove Magisk app from the device, you will look for the easiest way. So this method with uninstall option is quite straightforward and easy in manuals. This is simply through the default “uninstall” option available in the application itself.
Here we go through the steps separately.
- From the device, go to the Magisk Manager application
- In the main interface, you will easily find the option “Uninstall” right at the bottom, so give a hit
- Continue with “Complete uninstall”
- It will then ask for permission to proceed with file download, so hit the download button and allow the permissions
- With this, it will download the Magisk uninstaller file and it will remove Magisk from the device smoothly
Once you are done with the steps, your device will reboot automatically. Even if your device reboots several times, do not take it a risk as this is the usual way. So that is all you have to do and you are successful in uninstalling Magisk from Android.
Method 02: Uninstall Magisk using TWRP Recovery Method
Removing Magisk manually is easy. But sometimes for certain device models, this will result in boot loop waning. So if you have any risk of stuck and lagging in between manual uninstalling, you can try a different method. Method 02 here is uninstalling Magisk using TWRP Recovery.
This method is different from the other but makes the entire uninstalling smoother. You can here use TWRP recovery’s file manager.
To make you clear about how this works, we bring you the guide explained in separate steps as below.
- Download Magisk Uninstaller app
- Leave the device to complete download and locate it in the internal storage
- Turn your smartphone off and continue to press and hold “Volume Down + Power Key” in order to boot your Android smartphone to TWRP Recovery mode
- Continue with the “Install” option to start flashing the file on the device
- It is time to navigate the file and move ahead with the slider to the right
- The installation will now begin and wait till the files getting installed successfully (you will see the progress on the screen)
- Wait for the complete installation and reboot the device
- That is all to do and you are done with uninstalling Magisk from your Android
Note to user: When you are using the TWRP as the method to uninstall Magisk, it is vital to flash the Magisk Module Uninstaller Zip on the Android
A bit about Magisk Root
Magisk comes with Magisk Manager to make your entire systemless root successful. Unlike other rooting methods, here you will have no limitations to apps after root. In fact, Magisk makes modifications to the boot partition keeping the core system untouched. So here Google’s SafetyNet does not detect the changes and allows access to apps like Google Pay, Pokémon Go, Netflix and etc. just hiding the root access. So even after root, you can use any app on the devices which are normally not allowed after root due to certain security measures. In that way, Magisk plays more than a root tool role on your Android taking your experience levels up.
Magisk Manager has all authority to manage Magisk. It includes useful features like Magisk mount, Magisk SU, Magisk Hide and etc. to help with completing Magisk root. And the best part of systemless root here comes with Magisk Modules. These are features and modifications to add to the Android through Magisk Manager to enhance the functionality.