Latest Magisk Canary has been officially released to root Android 11. John Wu shared on twitter that latest Magisk Canary now gets support for Android 11 Developer Preview. It’s been 60 days when Android 11 Developer Preview was released by Google and there was no way to root this latest Android release, but now those days have long gone.
Magisk is by far the most common root method for Android phones, but it typically needs to be upgraded to be compliant with the new Android update due to the changes it has make to enable systemless-root. Today Magisk launched a latest Magisk Canary Build that allows users to root Android 11 Developer Preview.
Latest Magisk Canary also passed the SafetyNet Attestation, which is required for various payment and banking apps to work. But Google is planning to make changes in SafetyNet Attestation API, after that Magisk will nor longer be able to pass the SafetyNet test and root users will be in trouble again. According to Magisk developer “This new Magisk Canary update utilizes hardware-based key attestation. It will send an unmodified keystore certificate to SafetyNet servers, verify its legitimacy, and check certificate extension data to know whether your device have verified boot enabled (bootloader status)”.
This Latest Magisk build is canary therefore users may face various bugs. If you experience any issues while trying to root Android 11 using latest Magisk update, please file a bug report on Magisk’s GitHub repository.
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