Magisk was previously updated to support Google’s Pixel devices, as well as any other phones that might use the recently-implemented A/B partitioning scheme. But, there was one hiccup. It turns out that the Magisk daemon running in the background can die, leading to a temporary loss of root, and it doesn’t get restarted. But this latest update, v14.3, introduces a new “Invincible mode” that should fix all that.
The issue was widely reported, and even we were affected.
Magisk v14.3 beta released with new ‘Invincible mode’ fix for root loss, among other changes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.