You have to ask the developer to get an exact answer but as this module is a magisk manager for TWRP and the command to use it is "mm" I would think it stands for.... magisk manager.[2019.4.4] Magisk Manager for Recovery Mode (mm)
What is (mm) here does is directing to Android 6.0 marshmallow users ?
You have to ask the developer to get an exact answer but as this module is a magisk manager for TWRP and the command to use it is "mm" I would think it stands for.... magisk manager.
It has definitely nothing to do with android 6.
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/sdcard/ should point to /data/media/0/. So, try "sh data/media/0/mm". Obviously data must be mounted. Magisk modules are stored in there, too. If you still can't run mm, extract it manually to any data folder and run it as "sh /path/to/mm".Hey there, just wanted to test this module, since I will try to install a module that normally bootloop my device.
But in twrp I try to run the script by typing "sh /sdcard/mm", but it is not found.
Taking a look into the mount options, I can't find my /sdcard either. Trying to use the "select storage" button, I see a "0MB" Partition. If I press the /sdcard there, nothing happens.
Do I need to mount my /system r/w? (Tried it, but seems not to work)
My device is a unlocked cubot x18 plus, treble enabled but stock, Android 8.
TWRP 3.2.3 is installed (by twrp builder, unofficial). Latest Magisk version 19.x.
No boot-pin enabled, but don't know if my internal memory is encrypted, TWRP won't ask for any key on bootup.
If I flash this module with twrp, I need the /data partition to be mounted? (another thing that won't work, I guess...)