Question How to delete Magisk Modules without recovery?

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Levi4cyber

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Hi, I'd like to flash some magisk Modules that I suspect may break some things, and cause a bootloop usually I wouldn't worry as I can just delete this modules from recovery and everything would work again. But since our device (OP9P) doesn't have a recovery yet, is there any way to fix if something goes wrong?
 

hallo dare

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Hi, I'd like to flash some magisk Modules that I suspect may break some things, and cause a bootloop usually I wouldn't worry as I can just delete this modules from recovery and everything would work again. But since our device (OP9P) doesn't have a recovery yet, is there any way to fix if something goes wrong?
Not sure if it still works, but you should be able to go in through safe mode to delete magisk. Not sure about just modules, but it would get you out of a hole anyway.
 
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Not sure if it still works, but you should be able to go in through safe mode to delete magisk. Not sure about just modules, but it would get you out of a hole anyway.
Yes, that's a really good suggestion, I was in that situation couple of days ago, force reboot to safe mode, you don't have to do anything in safe mode, then just do a normal system boot and all modules should be disabled and just uninstall them before your next reboot.
 

thirtythr33

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Hi, I'd like to flash some magisk Modules that I suspect may break some things, and cause a bootloop usually I wouldn't worry as I can just delete this modules from recovery and everything would work again. But since our device (OP9P) doesn't have a recovery yet, is there any way to fix if something goes wrong?
if you are getting bootloops and in a jam, use method 2 (adb) to remove modules, this method saved me when a module caused a BL situation, only downside is it will remove all modules.
 

netgar

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Yes, that's a really good suggestion, I was in that situation couple of days ago, force reboot to safe mode, you don't have to do anything in safe mode, then just do a normal system boot and all modules should be disabled and just uninstall them before your next reboot.
For some unknown reason my modules are still installed after reboot in save mode.
Am I doing something wrong?
 

netgar

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Hey there bud, what exactly are you trying to do, a bad module creating a boot loop in you phone?
I did before so I had to basically reinstall all my apps from scratch.
I installed bootloop saver module and I hope I will be safe once any not compatible module will cause bootloop.
I'm not safe since after reboot from save mode all my modules are still active and installed.
 

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    Hi, I'd like to flash some magisk Modules that I suspect may break some things, and cause a bootloop usually I wouldn't worry as I can just delete this modules from recovery and everything would work again. But since our device (OP9P) doesn't have a recovery yet, is there any way to fix if something goes wrong?
    if you are getting bootloops and in a jam, use method 2 (adb) to remove modules, this method saved me when a module caused a BL situation, only downside is it will remove all modules.
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    Hi, I'd like to flash some magisk Modules that I suspect may break some things, and cause a bootloop usually I wouldn't worry as I can just delete this modules from recovery and everything would work again. But since our device (OP9P) doesn't have a recovery yet, is there any way to fix if something goes wrong?
    Not sure if it still works, but you should be able to go in through safe mode to delete magisk. Not sure about just modules, but it would get you out of a hole anyway.
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    use this command in debugging mode enabled
    Code:
    adb wait-for-device shell magisk --remove-modules