As a byproduct of building my own static busybox compiles in all supported Android architectures for my AIK-mobile package I figured I might as well offer them up separately as well since there weren’t any providers making Android x64 builds when I was researching.
The installer detects what architecture (ARM/ARM64, x86/x86_64, MIPS/MIPS64) your device uses and installs the correct busybox binary accordingly. It then cleans up any symlinks from a possible previous installation in the same directory and generates new symlinks directly from the output of the installed binary. Using the zip name (also reading from /data/.busybox-ndk) to allow user choice, “nolinks” may be specified to opt-out of symlink creation. Detects and supports “systemless” root via SuperSU/Magisk installation as well.
Download Busybox for Android NDK
To get the latest version of the Magisk Module, we always recommend downloading from the official Magisk Manager app. You can use the below method to download:
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