Collection of Magisk Modules v2

deepu458

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Just delete the module folder.
Hi friends, I am new to this magic stuff. So I was trying the magisk mountzip and flash it under magic manager and modules section. But it thrown an error as it's not a valid magic supported zip.
Or It needs to be flashed in twrp in case of a bootloop and then after go to /magisk folder under twrp and delete the modules?
 

jhedfors

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Hi friends, I am new to this magic stuff. So I was trying the magisk mountzip and flash it under magic manager and modules section. But it thrown an error as it's not a valid magic supported zip.
Or It needs to be flashed in twrp in case of a bootloop and then after go to /magisk folder under twrp and delete the modules?
Yes, it is to be flashed in TWRP for exactly that reason.
 
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Zackptg5

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I don't understand the point of this module now that systemless hosts are integrated into Magisk Manager. I can add any hosts source in Adaway and accomplish the same thing with automatic list updates.
Adaway still doesn't detect it normally. You have to manually set the path and even then, it still yells at you for not having a symlink (which magisk takes care of) and says disabled all of the time. It's just an easier solution really until they update adaway. The sources used in my module include all of adaways and more so your not missing out on anything. I could add an automatic update to it...
 
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Adaway still doesn't detect it normally. You have to manually set the path and even then, it still yells at you for not having a symlink (which magisk takes care of) and says disabled all of the time. It's just an easier solution really until they update adaway. The sources used in my module include all of adaways and more so your not missing out on anything. I could add an automatic update to it...
I like your module, thanks. Auto updates would be great!
 
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gk1984

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Adaway still doesn't detect it normally. You have to manually set the path and even then, it still yells at you for not having a symlink (which magisk takes care of) and says disabled all of the time. It's just an easier solution really until they update adaway. The sources used in my module include all of adaways and more so your not missing out on anything. I could add an automatic update to it...
Never had an issue with AdAway. But I do see your point and problems could depend on device.

My annoyance with AdAway's hosts is the inability to go to links that aren't direct links. I can't think of the name for it... Tap a link, a 3rd party handles the traffic likely for data collection, then redirects you where you wanted to go. Are there any tools that bypass this in some way? Otherwise, I either avoid these places or disable the ad blocking in AdAway to get through.
 

Zackptg5

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Never had an issue with AdAway. But I do see your point and problems could depend on device.

My annoyance with AdAway's hosts is the inability to go to links that aren't direct links. I can't think of the name for it... Tap a link, a 3rd party handles the traffic likely for data collection, then redirects you where you wanted to go. Are there any tools that bypass this in some way? Otherwise, I either avoid these places or disable the ad blocking in AdAway to get through.
Other than a whitelist, not really
 
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patmann03

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Never had an issue with AdAway. But I do see your point and problems could depend on device.

My annoyance with AdAway's hosts is the inability to go to links that aren't direct links. I can't think of the name for it... Tap a link, a 3rd party handles the traffic likely for data collection, then redirects you where you wanted to go. Are there any tools that bypass this in some way? Otherwise, I either avoid these places or disable the ad blocking in AdAway to get through.
Have you tried enabling redirects in the preferences of adaway?
 
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Toyeboy

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Hello does anyone know of a module that tricks Google play into allowing a an incompatible app to be downloaded and installed?
 

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For some reason the DPI change module fails to install, but it's recognizes as a proper module. Anyone else having this issue, or should I flash it in TWRP?
What do you mean by "fails to install"? Nothing happens after installing through Manager and rebooting? There's nothing strange with the module from what I can see, so yeah, try TWRP.

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Hello does anyone know of a module that tricks Google play into allowing a an incompatible app to be downloaded and installed?
I guess you can make a module that changes ro.build.version.sdk to a higher value than your current version of Android, if that's the problem. Other prop changes might also be possible to make your device look like another device.

Depending on the app, it might be marked as incompatible for a good reason though...
 

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For some reason the DPI change module fails to install, but it's recognizes as a proper module. Anyone else having this issue, or should I flash it in TWRP?
Unzip it. Open the containing folder. THAT CONTENT (after editing) zip back up. Flash. Enjoy.
EDIT: My bad, mea culpa, it isn't one of those that abound
 
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