[TOOL] Magisk Module Manager for recovery v2.5 (Magisk 19)

Adriano-A3

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Since mm isn't working on new Magisk 19, I took it for inspiration and created a simple manager, just for bypass some "bootlooper" module.
Just install it using recovery and run on terminal /data/media/magisk.

v1.0 - Initial build. Enabling and disabling functions
v2.0 - Added module removal function
v2.5 - No need to use storage to work. May avoid issues. Some others minor changes.

All thanks to
- topjonhwu for Magisk
- VR25 for mm
- TWRP team
- Me? Idk
 

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mikeos

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I suffer a boot freeze because of a bad module.
Cannot use TWRP and don't have module like Magisk Core Only installed.
I cannot boot to rooted system because of bad module.
Can boot non-rooted system only.
For my device LYA (Mate 20 Pro) which for rooting is using root-through-recovery-boot I can patch boot image with whatever Magisk edition which I assume is the best way to recover the device without full wipe.
Can a Magisk version be easily built which will either skip loading custom modules or delete them during boot? After successfully booting rooted I would flash a standard Magisk.
 
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Adriano-A3

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I suffer a boot freeze because of a bad module.
Cannot use TWRP and don't have module like Magisk Core Only installed.
I cannot boot to rooted system because of bad module.
Can boot non-rooted system only.
For my device LYA (Mate 20 Pro) which for rooting is using root-through-recovery-boot I can patch boot image with whatever Magisk edition which I assume is the best way to recover the device without full wipe.
Can a Magisk version be easily built which will either skip loading custom modules or delete them during boot? After successfully booting rooted I would flash a standard Magisk.
I don't know if I got it correctly.
Well... commonly modules won't survive after Magisk removal.
If you can't access TWRP for flash Magisk uninstaller or disable the problematic module, you can try to flash or even boot the ROM's stock kernel through fastboot.
But if such module did others modifications into data, so you'll have to reflash whole ROM.
 

PixelHead0_0

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Since mm isn't working on new Magisk 19, I took it for inspiration and created a simple manager, just for bypass some "bootlooper" module.
Just install it using recovery and run on terminal /data/media/magisk.

v1.0 - Initial build. Enabling and disabling functions
v2.0 - Added module removal function
v2.5 - No need to use storage to work. May avoid issues. Some others minor changes.

All thanks to
- topjonhwu for Magisk
- VR25 for mm
- TWRP team
- Me? Idk
It gives me the error "WTF?! The directory was here just now! It's gone! Please try again... Exiting..."