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Of the many different ways to root an Android phone, Magisk is arguably the best. It’s a systemless method, meaning it doesn’t actually change Android’s system partition. Because of this, you can unroot in an instant.
Magisk - Modules - Apps - Tweak - Enhance
It also supports Magisk modules. These tiny apps tweak, enhance, and add functionality to your device. You can use them for everything from improving battery life to installing iOS emojis on your Android phone.
In this guide we’ll show you the best Magisk modules and how to set them up.
Guide - Magisk - Phone - SuperSU - Method
If you aren’t already set up, follow our in-depth guide on how to root with Magisk. If your phone is already rooted with the older SuperSU method, you can unroot and then reroot with Magisk.
There are two ways to install Magisk modules, depending on where you source them. Both use the Magisk Manager app and are straightforward.
Magisk - Manager - Slide - Sidebar - Left
Open Magisk Manager. Slide open the sidebar from the left edge of the screen and select Downloads.
You’ll now see a list of available Magisk modules to download. Tap one to read more information, including any additional instructions on how to install or use it.
Module - Download - Icon - Choices - Download
To install a module, tap the download icon. From the available choices you’re given, Download saves the module to your phone’s storage, while Install downloads and installs it in one step.
Select Install. The process doesn’t take too long, although it depends on the size of the module.
Tap - Reboot - Phone - Module - Place
Tap Reboot when prompted, and your phone will restart with the module in place.
Sometimes the Downloads list will fail to display anything. If this happens, go to Settings > Clear Repo Cache and try again.
Method - Modules - Lot - Magisk - GitHub
You need to use this second method if you’re downloading modules manually. You can find a lot of these in the Magisk GitHub...
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