Disabling or removing a Magisk module without TWRP that causes a bootloop on OOS11

Calkulin

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Anyone have a solution for removing or disabling a magisk module that is causing a bootloop on OOS11 without TWRP? I have tried decompiling a stock boot.img and inserting a .disable_magisk file into the overlay.d folder in ramdisk like another thread suggested but that didn't seem to work and using ADB while it's doing the bootloop just reverts the changes on the next boot, so does anyone have a solution for this issue that is not wiping the data partition?
 

dladz

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Anyone have a solution for removing or disabling a magisk module that is causing a bootloop on OOS11 without TWRP? I have tried decompiling a stock boot.img and inserting a .disable_magisk file into the overlay.d folder in ramdisk like another thread suggested but that didn't seem to work and using ADB while it's doing the bootloop just reverts the changes on the next boot, so does anyone have a solution for this issue that is not wiping the data partition?

Here you go mate

Magisk module failure.

This works for any magisk module failure.

1. Power off your phone by holding the power button, then turn it back on.

2. As your phone gets to the bootloader warning screen, press and hold volume up and down and continue to hold until the phone shows the boot animation.

3. You'll boot to safe mode, simply reboot once more.

4. On next boot all your magisk modules will be disabled, remove the problematic module and re-enable the functional ones.

I've got a bunch of threads in the pro section you could utilize for other things, magisk, payload dumper etc