Install Magisk Delta Canary Beta Debug Stable on VphoneGaga | Gaming Magisk Delta on VphoneGaga


Install and Test All Magisk releases and Custom Magisk releases on VphoneGaga

Magisk stable, beta, delta, debug, canary


Vphonegaga can be used to test root and Magisk without flashing it on your own device. Vphonegaga is a virtual machine emulator that allows you to run Android on your computer. This means that you can install Magisk on Vphonegaga without affecting your own device.

To test root and Magisk on Vphonegaga, you will need to:

  • Download and install Vphonegaga on your computer.
  • Create a new virtual machine and select Android as the operating system.
  • Boot up the virtual machine
  • Enable root from SYS settings
  • Enable Magisk and reboot vphonegaga
  • Import magisk app and install it
  • Open magisk – click install – direct install – reboot
  • Open sys settings
  • Disable system root (Don’t disable Magisk)

Download different Magisk releases from here (This will not work on goshome gold prme undetected root version. But will work on goshome gold version)

Magisk Canary

Magisk Beta

Magisk Debug

Magisk Delta
(This is an advance & customized application of Magisk. Read the last part of this article to find more about this)


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Once Magisk is installed, you can test it by running root-privileged apps or by using Magisk modules.If you are satisfied with the results of your test, you can then flash Magisk on your own device.

Here are some of the benefits of using Vphonegaga to test
root and Magisk

  • It is safe and risk-free. You can test root and Magisk without affecting your own device.
  • It is easy to use. Vphonegaga is a simple and user-friendly application.
  • It is versatile. You can use Vphonegaga to test different versions of Android and different Magisk modules.

However, there are also some limitations to using

  • It is not as fast as running Magisk on a real device.
  • It may not work with all devices and all versions of

Overall, Vphonegaga is a good option for testing root and
Magisk before flashing it on your own device. It is safe, easy to use, and
versatile. However, it is important to keep in mind its limitations.

Magisk has four release channels: Canary, Beta, Debug, and

  •  Canary is the most unstable channel but has the
    latest features and bug fixes. It is recommended for developers and power users
    who want to test the latest Magisk features.
  • Beta is more stable than Canary, but it still has some bugs.
    It is recommended for users who want to try out new features before they are
    released in the Stable channel.
  • Debug is the most stable channel, but it does not have the
    latest features. It is recommended for users who want a stable Magisk
    experience and are willing to sacrifice some new features.
  • Stable is the most stable channel and is recommended for
    most users. It is released less frequently than the other channels, but it is
    the most tested and has the fewest bugs.

The following table summarizes the key differences between
the four Magisk release channels:





Recommended for


Latest features and
bug fixes

Least stable

Developers and power


New features, but
less stable than Canary

More stable than

Users who want to
try out new features


Most stable, but
does not have the latest features

Very stable

Users who want a
stable Magisk experience and are willing to sacrifice some new features


Most tested and has
the fewest bugs


Most users

Magisk Delta

  • Magisk Delta is a custom fork of Magisk that includes
    additional features and improvements not found in the official version. It is
    developed by HuskyDG, a developer on GitHub.
  • Some of the key features of Magisk Delta include:
  • Support for Zygisk. Zygisk is a new root implementation that
    is more secure and efficient than the traditional Magisk root implementation.
  • Improved stealth. Magisk Delta is designed to be more
    stealthy than the official Magisk, making it more difficult for apps to detect
    that your device is rooted.
  • More modules. Magisk Delta has a larger selection of modules
    than the official Magisk.
  • Experimental features. Magisk Delta includes some
    experimental features that are not available in the official Magisk.

Overall, Magisk Delta is a more powerful and flexible tool
than the official Magisk. It is a good choice for advanced users who want to
get the most out of their rooted devices.


Here are some of the pros and cons of Magisk Delta:


  • More features and improvements than the official Magisk
  • More stealthy
  • Larger selection of modules
  • Experimental features


  • Less stable than the official Magisk
  • Not all features are compatible with all devices
  • Can be difficult to use for beginners

If you are an advanced user who wants to get the most out of
your rooted device, then Magisk Delta is a good option for you. However, if you
are a beginner, then I recommend starting with the official Magisk.

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