How to Fix Magisk Install Error 1 in TWRP Recovery

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What is Magisk?

Magisk is one of the best alternatives to Supersu, developed by ‘topjohnwu’ (an XDA developer). The actual purpose of Magisk is to grant or deny root permission whenever required. The new Magisk app is much better than Supersu. There are certain apps (like banking apps, pokemon go) which cannot be installed on a rooted device. Magisk helps you to install and run all of these applications without any problem.

Magisk has Universal Systemless Interface. It means that you can easily create your own mod app with the help of magisk. Magisk is mostly the same as the Xposed framework which means that you can install various modules and tweaks to your Android device.

What is Magisk Install Error 1?

Magisk install error 1 is a well-known problem which every android user faces while flashing the zip file. You need to follow the below 3 method one by one (If one does not work for you.).

This types of Error mostly appears when you are flashing an incomplete zip file. You must have to download the full zip file and then flash again. Your problem will be solved.

How to fix Magisk error 1 using TWRP recovery method

  1. First of all, You need to put your boot.img file on your Micro Sd card.
  2. And then reboot your device in Recovery mode.
  3. And then tap “Install.”
  4. And now you need to tap on “Install image” (Located at the bottom right corner).
  5. Now you have to select your boot.img
  6. And then select the “Boot partition” and then now swipe to confirm the flash.
  7. That’s it.

How to fix Magisk Error 1 using Flashify method

  1. First of all, You need to download and install “Flashify” from the play store. click here
  2. Now, open the app and then grant root permission.
  3. And then select “boot image” from the main page.
  4. And now locate your Boot image and then confirm the flash.
  5. That’s it.

Thanks. I hope that the above step by step guide has helped you to fix the magisk install error 1 in TWRP recovery. If did not work or your have any other solution then do a comment in the below comment box and help the android community.

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5 Comments

  1. hi
    i have this error and i dont find any way to solve

    i have (fresh – new) stock rom and dont have the healthy boot.img file

    (forget to backup boot first of root)

    so i download my stock rom and find the boot file

    and when i run it that stuck on bootlop

    and again and again turn on and off and not go to system

    so i read on the internet with factory reset and wipe data and with flash my stuck rom that cant be solve

    how can i find my worked boot.img file

    how to fix this?

    i root to supersu and want to root to magisk and baamm error 1

    my android is 7.0 and my phone is samsung galaxy s6

    (i have some problem with unroot with supersu and xposed and that happen )

    so if you know the way i can fix it pls tell me

    sorry for bad english i dont know tooo much but i can search if there is any solution

    tnx for reading 🙂

    1. The easiest way to fix the boot loop error is by flashing the official stock ROM. There are many sites from where you can download the Stock ROM.

      But I would recommend you to download the Sock ROM from the official site of SAMSUNG. (Tips: use unofficial Samsung client for faster download, click here)

      And then you have to flash your device by using ODIN or any other software (or method) which you think best.

      After recovery from the Boot loop error, then you can proceed to root your device by using Magisk root.

      Thanks. Happy to help you.

      1. hey bro im so glade for that you helping me thank you 🙂

        but i have another problem

        i flash all the android and when install twrp and backup from boot
        to have a clear boot for restore thats get bootloop again -__-

        i want to have a backup to dont let that happens again

        but when i backup that is bootloop men too bad i cant root 🙁

        pls help me again 🙂

        i read some on xda bootloop guide that i have clear cache to get new one

        im going on to testing this but pls help me to fix it all 🙂

    2. I have also faced the same kind of problem a year ago when my Samsung galaxy J2 pro was stuck at boot loop.

      What I did?
      Actually, I did not try the hard reset method. I have flashed my J2 pro with official stock ROM by using Samsung ODIN.
      The best thing about it that I did not lose any data (i.e. contacts, images, videos, files, etc.)


      You can try the hard reset method. I would not recommend you (If you do not want to lose your data.) to try hard reset.

      If you still want to use factory hard reset then, first of all, you need to reboot your device in the recovery mode and then wipe data and Dalvik cache.

      1. I do some

        I dont know what is hard reset but i install stock rom for 2 or 3 time (first im not get it)

        And that problem not solve so i reset factory and clear cache

        And in the feresh install i put magisk zip on the phone when install twrp

        And get bootloop

        So i install magisk

        Now im good and system set up

        And get a backup from healthy boot

        And now yee baby im rooted with magisk

        Yeeey horaaaa 🙂

        tnx to you men i do this

        But now i dont know how to install xposed or busy box to not get that prpblem again

        I think have to install unoffictial systemless sdk24 xposed for magisk zip

        Not in the magisk manager

        On the twrp

        and last time i install some like safetynet for xposed and magisk to use hide magisk with xposed and that file is not good and crupet and i have another problem with that

        If you now somting about

        Xposed and magisk hide tell me

        Have a great day 🙂

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