The newest version of Magisk, Magisk 25.2 is now available in the stable channel. Last month, Magisk developer John Wu released a major Magisk 25.0 release, followed by a minor Magisk 25.1 update. A month later, there is a new Magisk update which is Magisk v25.2. Magisk has made a lot of progress in the last couple of years. And Magisk v25.2 brings valuable changes and fixes.
John Woo announced Magisk Twitter Update As with other versions of Magisk. And as usual, the project is accessible on Github with all the information, including a changelog. The latest Magisk update was released less than two weeks after the release of Magisk 25.0, and it was a minor update. Whereas Magisk 25.2 is a consistent update that includes fixes and some changes.
With the new Magisk 25.2, the project is now moving all logging infrastructure to Rust. Last month, with the release of Magisk 25.1, John Wu noted that the development cycle for Magisk v26 was also starting, and the start of the oxidation (adding rust to Magisk) project. Rust is with Magisk v25.2. Below is the full changelog.
Magisk v25.2 changelog
- [MagiskInit] Fixed potential issue when cpio stub is used
- [MagiskInit] Fixed restart in recovery when cpio stub is used
- [MagiskInit] Fixed sepolicy.rules symlink for rootfs devices
- [General] Better detection of data encryption
- [General] Migrate all logging infrastructure to Rust
Download Magisk 25.2
A new version of Magisk is available in the public channel. You can download it directly from the Github page or by using the download button. John Woo adds each release to the Magisk page on Github. Use the link below to download the latest version of Magisk v25.2.
Installation method depends on many options like ramdisk, vbmeta partition, unlocked bootloader etc. The general procedure for installing Magisk is to mount the boot.img or recovery.img or AP tar file and flash it to the device using the adb and fastboot commands.
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