There's a fix for that: create a late_start service boot script. See here:I'm on Android 7.1.2, RR-N 5.8.5 ONYX
Previous versions of magisk gave me the ability to use magisk-hide, even though I had to use "Magiskhide --disable Magiskhide --enable" on every reboot, I really didn't mind. Ive been using this workaround for a LOOOOONG time.
New public 22.0?Yesterday I updated to the new version and now everything is broken, I can no longer use my banking app. Magiskhide is no longer working. What is the solution here? I'd LOVE to downgrade but I can't find the means to do so, not even on github. Please help.
Sure MagiskHide is toggled on in Settings? Try toggling off, then on again.
Also, if you had Magisk Manager hidden/renamed, did you unhide BEFORE updating app as per instructions/reasons in changelog? If not, you'll have manager/app issues, and need to locate/uninstall BOTH before re-installing Magisk app.
You could try latest debug (Canary) build. It has many fixes. See differences in Release Notes I posted above.
Download apk file from main page Downloads / Magisk Canary link. (Clange extension to.zip to install from Custom Recovery)
Downgrading is easy w/ TWRP / zip package; just download and flash. Restore clean boot.img from ROM package in case of problems.
To download older public builds,, click Releases near end of main Magisk GitHub page, scroll to desired version, click Assets, then (zip) file.
To downgrade to pre public 22.0 releases from Manager/app, you'll need to set hosted address of raw json file for custom channel in app Settings. PW