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Canary Magisk Manager: Link
Canary Magisk Manager (Debug): Link
Latest Release Notes: Link
All Canary Files: Link

These builds are NOT for the faint of heart: professional users and developers only!
The Canary Builds is similar to Google Chrome's: bleeding edge of the source. Be warned: Canary can be unstable.
The binaries from debug channel are built with debug flag ON


Install Canary Magisk Manager and go to Settings > Update Channel and switch to either Canary or Canary (Debug)
If you need a clean start, download the Canary Uninstaller to uninstall any version of Magisk


How to Report:
  • Only report bugs/logs using the debug channel!!
  • Magisk installation failure:
    In TWRP: Upload the recovery logs (pull the file /tmp/recovery.log, or select "Advanced > Copy Log" and upload)
    In MagiskManager: Choose to save logs after installation and upload
  • Magisk bugs:
    Magisk logs are placed in /cache/magisk.log (For A/B devices, they are actually in /data/cache/magisk.log)
    If you cannot boot or stuck in bootloops, grab logcats (and kernel dmesg if possible) on boot
  • Magisk Manager bugs:
    Grab logcat (NOT magisk logs) when the crash occurs, upload the logs and report how to reproduce
  • SafetyNet / CTS / XXX app won't work after enabling MagiskHide:
    Ignored
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7th September 2018, 04:52 AM |#2  
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I just installed this on one of my Nextbook Ares 8A's, x86, Android 6.0.1. It was previously on @ianmacd 's unofficial build. So far, it appears to be working great. I un-installed my previous MM, before I install the new one, downloaded the Magisk.zip in MM and flashed it through TWRP.

How much overhead does the extra logging create? I don't notice any difference. Do you think it will affect battery life?
When I check the magisk.log it does appear that it is continuously logging, because each time I check it the time stamp is updated.
If I am not mistaken, on non debug builds the magisk.log is only created at boot and not updated again until next boot?

Thanks, @topjohnwu for creating this new channel for testers.
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7th September 2018, 05:12 AM |#3  
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Wew, downloading and testing on my 7.1.2, so far so good. Thanks.
7th September 2018, 06:01 AM |#4  
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Aye official snapshots! Awesome. Been using @kantjers up until now. Thanks for this

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8th September 2018, 01:48 AM |#5  
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Testing now. Thanks 👍

No issues with any of my used modules 👍
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When patching boot image as install method you should check for storage permission first.
Currently if storage permission hasn't been granted the patch will fail at the very end (when it goes to write the patched image to internal storage), with no indication as to why. The error will just state that it failed.
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When patching boot image as install method you should check for storage permission first.
Currently if storage permission hasn't been granted the patch will fail at the very end (when it goes to write the patched image to internal storage), with no indication as to why. The error will just state that it failed.

Yes, I think Magisk Manager should ask for the storage permission on first launch and not later when the actual storage permission is need. I have been bit by the storage permission a few time in other instances of using MM.
Good find @jcmm11 , I have not used that option to patch the boot.img.
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Any way to fix the phone off charging issue? To recap. When phone is powered of and plugged in. The charging battery icon.stays on and freezes the screen. Only hard reboot gets phone started.
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New Canary Build up for Testing!
Support bypassing FGO, CrackProof protections, and Fortnite!

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Originally Posted by jcmm11

When patching boot image as install method you should check for storage permission first.
Currently if storage permission hasn't been granted the patch will fail at the very end (when it goes to write the patched image to internal storage), with no indication as to why. The error will just state that it failed.

This issue is resolved, thank you for your report!

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Any way to fix the phone off charging issue? To recap. When phone is powered of and plugged in. The charging battery icon.stays on and freezes the screen. Only hard reboot gets phone started.

I'm aware of this issue, will try to figure out the cause of the issue
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New Canary Build up for Testing!
Support bypassing FGO, CrackProof protections, and Fortnite!


This issue is resolved, thank you for your report!



I'm aware of this issue, will try to figure out the cause of the issue

Cool. To be honest, only a minor inconvenience. Your work is greatly appreciated.
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I just installed this build and it appears to be fine on my device. The logcat was taken in Logcatx using the per app logcat for Magisk Manager. If you would like a full system logcat, let me know, or if you would like any other info such as last_kmsg or dmsg, let me know.

I have been installing through TWRP, since recently I have twice experienced data corruption issues with the direct install method in unofficial builds, noted in the unofficial thread.

As always, Thanks
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