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Edited on 2018-09-04 01:34:48 by didgeridoohan
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When booted to Android you can use the Magisk Manager to uninstall. Press //Uninstall// - //Complete Uninstall//. The Manager will download and run the uninstall script, uninstall itself, and then reboot. The stock boot image will be restored and all Magisk related files will be removed from your device. Be careful when using this option. As an example: if you have used Magisk to disable forced encryption and decrypted your device, that will now be enabled again and your device will encrypt when rebooting.
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When booted to Android you can use the Magisk Manager to uninstall. Press //Uninstall// - //Complete Uninstall//. The Manager will download and run the uninstall script, uninstall itself, and then reboot. The stock boot image will be restored and all Magisk related files will be removed from your device. Be careful when using this option. As an example: if you have used Magisk to disable forced encryption that will now be enabled again.


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Edited on 2018-07-19 15:41:56 by didgeridoohan
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==**Magisk Manager**==
==**Recovery**==
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**Magisk Manager**
**Recovery**


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Edited on 2018-07-19 15:28:40 by didgeridoohan
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**Magisk Manager**
**Recovery**


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Edited on 2018-07-19 09:13:27 by didgeridoohan
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When booted to Android you can use the Magisk Manager to uninstall. Press //Uninstall// - //Complete Uninstall//. The Manager will download and run the uninstall script, uninstall itself, and then reboot. The stock boot image will be restored and all Magisk related files will be removed from your device. Be careful when using this option. As an example: if you have used Magisk to disable forced encryption that will now be enabled again.
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When booted to Android you can use the Magisk Manager to uninstall. Press //Uninstall// - //Complete Uninstall//. The Manager places a script in /cache //(magisk_uninstaller.sh)// and uninstall itself. The next time you reboot the script will attempt to restore the stock boot image and remove all Magisk related files.
===**Uninstall the Magisk Manager**===
When uninstalling the Magisk Manager, it is best to use the in-app feature. Press //Uninstall// - //Uninstall App//. This will do a proper cleanup of any Manager related files.


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Edited on 2018-03-25 11:29:52 by didgeridoohan
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If experiencing issues, take a look at [[MagiskUninstallIssues | Uninstall Issues]].
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If experiencing issues, take a look at [[https://www.didgeridoohan.com/magisk/MagiskUninstallIssues | Uninstall Issues]].


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Edited on 2018-03-25 11:29:24 by didgeridoohan
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Note that with an update to Magisk, the Uninstall zip may also have been updated. //Always keep the latest version on your device.//


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