Sorry, but I think it's always a good Idea to give some basic informations like device, android build and so on.
That's just what every user should provide if he needs help.
For example sometimes error 1 is just an indication that the zip is incomplete.
Also OrangeFox isn't available for all devices ( a good reason to ask for the users device).
It's correct, there are several manual methods to disable/uninstall problematic modules but the question was why the user is getting an error when they try to flash the module in question and/or TWRP may not be able to access /data.
No harm, the ways to disable or uninstall modules you mentioned are absolutely correct and if /data is reachable by TWRP no extra module is needed.
Btw, you use it from Terminal emulator in TWRP:
Sorry, the following (we started from) is not the same module, but similar in usage and functionality:
Magisk Module Uninstaller/Disabler
Here's a module uninstaller/disabler.
It uninstalls/disables modules.
It's useful when a module causes a bootloop or some other problem, or, if you just want to uninstall a module in twrp, for fun's sake.
How to use:
- Flash in recovery (TWRP)
- Go to TWRP's Terminal or ADB Shell if you're not using twrp 3.x
- Type to uninstall or to disable modules
Whenever I flash the .zip it show, "updater process ended with error: 1", faced this flashing other zips aswell. Can you help me?