How To Use Banking Apps With ROOT Permissions Using Magisk Hide

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Usually, a lot of people use apps like SuperSU to manage their device's root permissions for external apps. Well, SuperSU is actually great by its nature and works with most of the android devices. There's no downside to the SuperSU for managing root privileges except one. 
The problem is people who use SuperSu tend to face issues with Banking and finance related apps. SuperSu does not allow users to hide their root privileges (It doesn't work in fact). Since a lot of users have started facing this issue on a regular basis, a Chinese developer took the initiative and came up with an alternative app called Magisk Manager.
Magisk Manager is one of the simplest and robust structured root manager app for Android devices. There's a lot of things that SuperSU cannot do but Magisk Manager. If you're are also one of those people who are looking for an alternative to SuperSU, then you've come to the right place. Today, in this article, we'll be showcasing Magisk Manager and guide you in its installation process.
Magisk Manager Features
If you're looking for reasons as to why Magisk Manager is superior to SuperSu or any other standard apps, then go through the below feature list. You might actually change your perception after reading the useful features that Magisk Manager offers.

Firstly, Magisk Manager isn't a stubborn app like others that includes a ton of complications during its installation and uninstallation process. The user will be able to install the Magisk manager and get it working within minutes on their devices.

Granting or denying the root permissions for any external apps is more convenient and simple with Magisk Manager app. Whenever any app requests for root permissions, a small window would pop up automatically from where you can decide what to do!

Magisk Manager cleverly manages to hide your root access, so that any restrictive apps will not be able to detect if your device is rooted or not. You can use all kinds of applications on your device once your root is hidden by Magisk Manager.
Magisk Manager also lets you edit your device's .prop files with a single tap. This is an inbuilt feature comes with Magisk, it doesn't require any separate modules to work.
Download & Install Magisk Manager on Your Android Device
Well, the Magisk Manager app was actually available in Google Play Store a while ago. But due to certain restrictions implied by Google Play Store, the app was taken down. Now it's no longer available in Play Store for users to install. However, you can still go install it via Apk.
But first, you will have to open up your device's Settings >> Developer Options >> Installations from Unknown Sources >> Turn it ON.
Now use the attached link to start the download of Magisk Manager Apk on your device. The downloading should complete within a few minutes as the app is pretty small in size. Once it's done, head over to your Downloads folder and tap on the apk file to start the installation.
Just a wait for a couple of minutes for the installation to be completed post which you can start using the app.

Naman Dwivedi

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