Ah, you mean install Magisk and then you can get rid of those pesky TMobile apps and any other you might not want?
Can you link to a working Magisk Version pl?
In the process of reverting back to stock following this https://forum.xda-developers.com/moto-e5/how-to/firmware-moto-e5-xt1944-4-dual-sim-t3820901
Copy magisk v19 zip to phone SD card via mtp connection
Copy twrp james recovery.img and James boot logo.bin into your adb tools folder in windows
Rename the Twrp james file recovery.img
Rename james boot logo.bin logo.bin
Open a command window and change directory to your adb tools folder
Type the following command...
fastboot boot recovery.img
TWRP full backup to SD
Install magisk 19.0
Boot to bootloader
fastboot flash logo logo.bin
Install magisk manager after boot and setup
You will need a file explorer that will detect root. I use Solid Explorer, Ti Backup can freeze system files in the vendor folder, but cannot remove them. You can use Twrp file explorer to delete vendor files, and what you don't need installed in the system apps folder. I only use Twrp when initial setup is done.
Be careful about deleting ota files, else you will kill security updates, mainly October which is going to be released this month. They are all incremental, so be sure to flash the latest firmware, as my original was almost a year old, and had many updates to complete. I flashed the newest and only had one or two updates, being Sept the last for now.
If you flash Twrp, that will never happen, as it breaks the security patch installation. That is why I stated to launch Twrp, not to flash it.