For Netflix, you can use APKPure Store in the firmware to download it(Netflix with red logo and black background). I didn’t include the Netflix app this time.
The Netflix app included is only to show the banner icon on the homescreen since phone apps only show in the AppDrawer on AndroidTV.
With LibreELEC, you can also play 1080p Netflix and it works well, but I need to find a way to integrate the fan support since software decoding makes the device run a lot hotter. Should be finished in a day or two. I’m also trying to find out from Rockchip if they can make a simple dual-boot so it auto boots LibreELEC so that in LibreELEC you can boot to Android without removing the micro-sd card.
For Magisk Manager it is easy.
You can install the latest Magisk Manager
Copy the boot.img to a USB drive and connect to the Khadas Edge or download it directly with a web browser(Lightning or Chrome) on the Khadas Edge.
Use Magisk Manager to patch this boot.img
Flash the patched_magisk.img either by PC AndroidTool v2.67 which is complicated or the new easy way I added on the Khadas Edge itself.
Go to About - Click 7 times on build info to enable Developer Options
Inside Developer Options - Choose Flash image
Then select the patched_magisk.boot.img - Works well if you use MiXplorer interface
Then select boot partition and OK.
In a few seconds it will be flashed and you can restart your device and will have Magisk root.