(MOD) Center / Right Clock Magisk Module - Android 11

dladz

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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.
 
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Only thing i was able to do was to go to stock recovery and wipe from there. Now everything is ok.
I sure know how to remove modules and tried that few times. Phone didn`t boot anyway.
 

dladz

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Only thing i was able to do was to go to stock recovery and wipe from there. Now everything is ok.
I sure know how to remove modules and tried that few times. Phone didn`t boot anyway.
I can assure you it does indeed remove using the method I mentioned.

And the module should not be causing a bootloop on 2.2 or 3.3
 
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