Installing Magisk Framework will flash the virtual device Android system. This could corrupt the device. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the result nor Genymotion operations in this case. Do it at your own risks!
- Magisk Manager ver. 23.0
- Magisk framework for x86
- Magisk framework for x86_64
- Magisk framework for arm64
You need to use the appropriate framework build depending on the Genymotion product and Android version you use:
- Genymotion Deskop for PC & Genymotion SaaS (Cloud): you need to use
Magisk_rebuilt_1c8ebfac_x86.zipfor Android 10 and lower, or
Magisk_rebuilt_1c8ebfac_x86_64.zipfor Android 11 and above.
- Genymotion Desktop for Mac M1/M2:
- Genymotion Device Image (PaaS): you need to use the
Magisk_rebuilt_1c8ebfac_arm64.zipdepending on your instance type.
- Drag'n Drop
Magisk-v23.0.apkto the device display. Magisk Manager will install and open. Close it for now.
- Drag'n Drop
- When flashing is complete, reboot the device.
- Launch Magisk Manager. It will request ROOT access:
On Android 9 and above, the popup opens but it is covered by Magisk Manager main window. You need to press the back button to access the popup and allow ROOT access:
- Close Magisk Manager and all its processes (use Android Recent Screen button). And launch it again. You will be prompted with an update to apply:
Click OK. Your device will reboot one more time.
- Launch Magisk Manager again. You should now see that Magisk is installed in 1c8ebfac(23015) version: