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If there's an update to Magisk, you'll get a notification from the Magisk Manager (if you haven't turned it off, that is). You can update through the Manager or download the Magisk zip from the release thread or in the Manager, and flash in recovery. Make sure to read the release notes and the changelog, both can be found in the release thread. Any modules you have installed may have to be updated to conform with possible changes to Magisk.

Updating issues

If you're having problems updating to a newer version, start by disabling your modules, in case one or more of them are causing issues. This is easiest done by enabling Core Only Mode (see Disable all modules under Module causing issues). You can also try to uninstall Magisk and start over with a clean installation of the new Magisk version.

MagiskHide or SafetyNet fails after an update

If MagiskHide or SafetyNet starts failing after an update to either Magisk, the Manager or both it's usually fixed by toggling MagiskHide off and on (also see ”Test MagiskHide”).

Updating from v18.0 to v18.1+

When updating Magisk from v18.0 yo v18.1+ there might be issues related to the Magisk Manager. Manager v6.1.0(165) that is bundled with Magisk v18.0 has a bug that manifests when updating to a newer Manager while it is hidden/repackaged. You will end up with two Managers installed, the old hidden one and the new updated one that won't have a working connection with the Magisk infrastructure. It'll simply state that Magisk isn't installed. And, you'll keep getting a notification about an update from the old Manager.

The solution is to restore the Manager to its original package name before updating. Or if you've already updated you can just uninstall both Managers and install the latest version manually (you'll find it for download on GitHub).
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