Magisk Module that allows you to run "adb root". adb root is not an ordinary root (su), it's adbd daemon running on your phone with root rights. adb root allows you to "adb push/pull" to system directories and run such commands as "adb remount" or "adb disable-verify".
Download v1.0: https://github.com/evdenis/adb_root/...0/adb_root.zip
Source code: https://github.com/evdenis/adb_root
This module switches SELinux to permissive mode during boot process. This module intentionally lowers security settings of your phone. Please don't use it if there is a better solution to your problem, e.g., magiskpolicy. The module will not work if your kernel compiled with always enforcing config, e.g., stock samsung kernels. It's not possible to enable permissive mode on such kernels.
Download v1.1: https://github.com/evdenis/selinux_p...ssive_v1.1.zip
Source code: https://github.com/evdenis/selinux_permissive
This Magisk Module enables engineering build props. It allows to activate debugging parts of a firmware. Please, disable Magisk Hide for this module. If you don't know what you are doing, don't use this module. It can easily softbrick your device.
- If your device doesn't boot then you need to reboot to TWRP recovery and
$ adb shell rm -fr /data/adb/modules/enable_eng
- If ADB doesn't work that means adbd in your firmware is build without ALLOW_ADBD_ROOT. You can fix adb autostart either by installing "ADB Root" magisk module or by disabling this module.
Download v1.0: https://github.com/evdenis/enable_en...enable_eng.zip
Source code: https://github.com/evdenis/enable_eng