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Tulsadiver

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Sure I'll update February if you have it.
Try this. You unzip it into a folder on your internal sdcard. You install through magisk app. Do not reboot between selections.


1. Unzip Zip Installer onto your internal sdcard
2. Flash thru Magisk app. Flash the SystemUI Base First. It provides the necessary smali files and public ID's for everything to work
(Do not reboot between selections as Magisk shows after flashing selections. Hit the back button to make your next selection)
3. Go through the other options selecting the mods you want. It is generally best to start at the top and work your way down.
4. Once finished with selections, flash "Complete Installation" at the top. This will install your selections as a Magisk module. Now you reboot.
 
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Try this. You unzip it into a folder on your internal sdcard. You install through magisk app. Do not reboot between selections.


1. Unzip Zip Installer onto your internal sdcard
2. Flash thru Magisk app. Flash the SystemUI Base First. It provides the necessary smali files and public ID's for everything to work
(Do not reboot between selections as Magisk shows after flashing selections. Hit the back button to make your next selection)
3. Go through the other options selecting the mods you want. It is generally best to start at the top and work your way down.
4. Once finished with selections, flash "Complete Installation" at the top. This will install your selections as a Magisk module. Now you reboot.
Okay I'll give it a try and report back.
 

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Try this. You unzip it into a folder on your internal sdcard. You install through magisk app. Do not reboot between selections.


1. Unzip Zip Installer onto your internal sdcard
2. Flash thru Magisk app. Flash the SystemUI Base First. It provides the necessary smali files and public ID's for everything to work
(Do not reboot between selections as Magisk shows after flashing selections. Hit the back button to make your next selection)
3. Go through the other options selecting the mods you want. It is generally best to start at the top and work your way down.
4. Once finished with selections, flash "Complete Installation" at the top. This will install your selections as a Magisk module. Now you reboot.
Okay. February update worked fine using the new direct to SD card method. I had previously installed your 3Minit mod via Magisk so I removed that first and rebooted. Then followed your directions and it worked exactly as you said. I installed my usual (internet speed, speed colors and 3Minit).
After this one experience I would say the install via the computer is easier and cleaner, with fewer steps, however this new method would be handy for someone without access to a computer. Thanks for the update!
Where do we check for the APKTool update?
 

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Okay. February update worked fine using the new direct to SD card method. I had previously installed your 3Minit mod via Magisk so I removed that first and rebooted. Then followed your directions and it worked exactly as you said. I installed my usual (internet speed, speed colors and 3Minit).
After this one experience I would say the install via the computer is easier and cleaner, with fewer steps, however this new method would be handy for someone without access to a computer. Thanks for the update!
Where do we check for the APKTool update?
The problem has been reported but you just have to check periodically....



 
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I understand. I have to remember its easy to take you developers for granted and we need to be patient and respect the work involved. Well I'm sure the wait will be worth it. Thank you!
This morning my phone automatically updated to the March 5 release. I thought I have the auto update switch off and I'm rooted, but it updated anyway so I'm now on March.
 

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This morning my phone automatically updated to the March 5 release. I thought I have the auto update switch off and I'm rooted, but it updated anyway so I'm now on March.
I have a zip installer for March I could upload (minus framework mods due to framework nor being able to be edited at this point-navbargone-wifi-data icons).
 

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Just realized that I've lost root, so I have to re-root before installing.
I downloaded the March update, extracted the boot image and patched with Magisk. Unfortunately I'm getting a boot loop after flashing the patched image. I guess I'm going to have to do a clean install and try again. I was thinking that with all the changes in the March update I would plan on performing a clean install but then my phone updated itself and seemed fine. Now I'll try the clean install and report.
 

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I downloaded the March update, extracted the boot image and patched with Magisk. Unfortunately I'm getting a boot loop after flashing the patched image. I guess I'm going to have to do a clean install and try again. I was thinking that with all the changes in the March update I would plan on performing a clean install but then my phone updated itself and seemed fine. Now I'll try the clean install and report.
Did you disable your mods beforehand? Are you using a custom kernel? Those would be the 2 main reasons for getting into a bootloop with the patched boot image (along with using Canary 24302+; Canary 24301 or Stable 24.3 are recommended at this time).
 

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Did you disable your mods beforehand? Are you using a custom kernel? Those would be the 2 main reasons for getting into a bootloop with the patched boot image (along with using Canary 24302+; Canary 24301 or Stable 24.3 are recommended at this time).
The phone was no longer rooted and magisk was no longer installed, so there were no mods. The magisk app "mods" button was greyed out. Thanks for responding!
 

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The phone was no longer rooted and magisk was no longer installed, so there were no mods. The magisk app "mods" button was greyed out. Thanks for responding!
Ok, maybe I misunderstood. When you said you lost root I thought for some reason root just disappeared for some reason. If you were rooted and did a complete uninstall of Magisk through the app then that would remove your mods. However, if you just lost root, your mods would still be there because they are located in /data/adb and to remove those would require a complete uninstall of Magisk through the app or wiping /data. In other words, you can still have mods on your phone even though you aren't rooted. The mods button will be greyed out if you are not rooted, even if you have mods installed.

Anyway, good luck.
 

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Ok, maybe I misunderstood. When you said you lost root I thought for some reason root just disappeared for some reason. If you were rooted and did a complete uninstall of Magisk through the app then that would remove your mods. However, if you just lost root, your mods would still be there because they are located in /data/adb and to remove those would require a complete uninstall of Magisk through the app or wiping /data. In other words, you can still have mods on your phone even though you aren't rooted. The mods button will be greyed out if you are not rooted, even if you have mods installed.

Anyway, good luck.
Thanks for your help and suggestions. I didn't intend to do the update without some prep but the phone updated itself overnight and the update installed in a reboot. Normally I follow the standard procedure and remove the mods prior to updating. I wonder if I delete Magisk and the mods now if it would work? Maybe I'll try that and let you know.
 
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Thanks for your help and suggestions. I didn't intend to do the update without some prep but the phone updated itself overnight and the update installed in a reboot. Normally I follow the standard procedure and remove the mods prior to updating. I wonder if I delete Magisk and the mods now if it would work? Maybe I'll try that and let you know.
If it's bootlooping after flashing magisk_ patched.img because of modules, in cmd window flash below before it attempts to boot up:
adb wait-for-device shell magisk --remove-modules
 

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    The purpose of this installer is to generate for you a custom module that you can flash in Magisk Manager. It will have all the mods that you have selected from the installer menu. You need root and of course you need to be attached to your PC. On first installation of systemui base, a pop-up asking to give ADB shell root permission will show. Please do so.

    Zip installer is installed from your phone, not your pc. You will install the mods through Magisk app. Unzip the Zip Installer onto your internal sdcard. Like ADB installer, start with a SystemUI base. Do not reboot between selections as Magisk as shows after flashing selections (options are found inside the numbered folders). Hit the back button to make your next selection. Do not reboot thru Magisk until after you are done with your selections and have flashed the "Complete Installation" zip.

    Custom clocks (date, etc) and internet speed indicators do not change colors due to light-dark background colors like the statusbar icons do.

    Android 11
    The developer of Active edge gave me permission to use his base so that people would not have to make a choice between his and my mods. All credit for this goes to him. You must delete the active edge sense module and use one of my active edge modules. If it doesn't say active edge then it isn't active edge sense compatible. If there is an issue with edge sense after flashing, do not contact edge sense op with issues. He does not troubleshoot modified versions of his mod (and neither do I).

    I'm also including my Pixel Launcher mod. Also a ADB Installer. You can change app drawer background-text color (separately for light mode and dark mode), remove weather from Launcher. Change the number of hot seat icons on home page (and size) as well as change the number of columns in the app drawer.

    ADB Installer Instructions-Root is required

    1. Flash one of the SystemUI Bases First. They provide the necessary smali files and public ID's for everything to work.
    2. FLASH ALL THE MODS YOU WANT. ONCE YOU DONE WITH EVERYTHING, FLASH THE "COMPLETE INSTALLATION" Option. This will create a Magisk Manager flashable zip in a folder on your sdcard called ozop. Flash that to install your selection of mods.

    Root required
    ADB Instructions.
    1. Unzip ADB Mods Installer Files.zip on your PC
    2. Run TulsadiverModsInstaller.bat (Give ADB Shell Root Permissions. If missed on first opportunity, turn on in magisk manager, superuser)
    3. ADB debugging Enabled
    4. Flash one of the SystemUI Bases First. They provide the necessary smali files and public ID's for everything to work
    5. Go through the other options selecting what all mods you want. It is generally best to start at the top and work your way down.
    6. Once finished with selections, run "Complete Installation" at the bottom. This will generate your mymagisk.zip module in a folder called "ozop" on your sdcard.

    Root required
    ZIP Instructions.
    1. Unzip Zip Installer onto your internal sdcard
    2. Flash thru Magisk app. Flash the SystemUI Base First. It provides the necessary smali files and public ID's for everything to work
    (Do not reboot between selections as Magisk shows after flashing selections. Hit the back button to make your next selection)
    3. Go through the other options selecting the mods you want. It is generally best to start at the top and work your way down.
    4. Once finished with selections, flash "Complete Installation" at the top. This will install your selections as a Magisk module.

    List of MODS Available
    Clock Format and Position Mods
    Internet Traffic Speed Single Indicator (changes from upload-download) otherwise signals are over/under
    Choose Traffic Speed Indicator Up-Down Icon Colors (default is white)
    Navbar Swap
    Remove NavBar
    3 Minit Battery
    Battery Bar Mod
    One percent custom battery Mods-Several to choose from
    One percent custom battery Text-only-Several to choose from
    Colored Statusbar-Navbar Icons
    Choose number of QS columns 3-7
    Colored Statusbar Icons
    Remove Carrier Text Options
    Smaller LTE Icon
    Animations
    Fonts (including Lockscreen clock)
    Change QS pulldown circle color
    Change Status bar Data Icon to a "cell tower" looking icon (see below)
    Change QS data icon to a cell tower icon
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    Note Added a couple of wifi and data signal options.
    WiFi 1 and Cell Tower 1
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    WiFi 2 Cell Tower 2
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    WiFi 3 data 3
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    Includes a batch (.bat), and powershell installers, one for windows, one for linux. Big thanks to @wrongway213 for doing all the testing
    and helping with the linux powershell installer.

    Android 12 comes with a more narrow brightness-volume bar option.

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    This is a SystemUI mod. It's not compatible with other SystemUI mods.

    There's just one base now. To change the QS pulldown colors, go to settings/display/device theme at the bottom. The black options change the settings background from gray to black.

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    Zip Installer
    Android 12.1
    June update
    Uploaded 6-7-22

    ADB installer
    12.1
    June update
    Uploaded 6-7-22


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    Android 12 - January update
    Uploaded 1-8-22

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    Android 11
    Uploaded 7-9-21


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    Android 10
    ADB Module maker uploaded 8-6-20
    https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=8889791610682907792

    Zip Installer Instead of ADB Module maker
    Unzip zip into a folder on your internal sdcard. The folder name cannot have spaces in it.
    Boot TWRP, find your folder. Install base first. Install the mods you want, then flash complete installation zip. Reboot.

    TWRP zip Installer
    https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=8889791610682907810

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    Pixel Launcher Mod
    Start by picking a base. Bases come with, or without, a search bar and Hotseat heights The larger number of rows you pick, the lower your hotseat drops on your home screen. If your hotseat comes out too low, try again with a higher base.

    Remove Search Bar
    App Drawer background color (Light and Dark Mode)
    App Drawer Text Color or remove (Light and Dark Mode)
    Home screen App Text Color
    Smart-screen Text color
    App Icon Sizes 45-50-56 dip (56 is stock)
    Columns (5-6-7)
    Rows (5 through 11)

    Android 12
    ADB Pixel launcher Uploaded 12-18-21

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    Android 11
    ADB Pixel Launcher Installer uploaded 7-9-21

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    Android 10
    ADB Pixel Launcher Installer uploaded 6-18-20
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    Current mod still working on February patch.
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    March update has been uploaded.
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    December update has been uploaded.
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    December update appears to work on January update.