Magisk is App for Root Android user and simple and easy to use. Use TWRP to install the magisk manager module. This release is focused on fixing regressions and bugs. Magisk only supports Android 5.0 and higher.
One of the main problems when you want to root your device is having to modify the /system directory. Fortunately, with the arrival of Android Marshmallow, alternative methods have been developed to avoid it, such as using mods that can be installed through this system. Magisk Manager is a mod manager that can be directly installed from a compact interface.
Magisk Manager requires you to have the bootloader open so the SuperU app must be installed for it to work. One of the main advantages of this systemless method is that you can restore root at any time and do it automatically. This means that you can still use certain apps that don’t work on devices with active root permissions.
If you already have a rooted device, from Magisk Manager, you can install Magisk modules by downloading and installing them via the recovery menu on your device so this app is more suitable for users with some prior Android knowledge.