Question What Magisk modules are you using?

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spevil07

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Mar 16, 2012
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OnePlus 10 Pro
Currently using:
  • CloudFlareDNS
  • Debloater
  • Systemless hosts
  • Universal GMS Doze
Planning to install Viper but haven't yet. I also tried ACC but couldn't get it working so I just disabled it.

I wish I could find a way to add a battery bar above the status bar. I used to use RICE tweaks for that on my OP7P. I know there's a way with Xposed too, but I really don't want to mess with that.
Where can we find debloater?
 

Samuel Holland

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lake charles
OnePlus 9 Pro
Hi, I thought I'd add a couple modules I have really enjoyed recently. I don't remember where I learned of the nlsound mod but it has really seemed to do the trick. I set the nlsound manually and everything except the deep buffer. You can find the NLSound on telegram. The boot loop module will disable modules if phone is bootlooing.
Sidenote: one time I installed like a Motorola dolby magisk module and bootloop module(fox's magisk module manager) couldn't help me because phone would start and freeze on the warning screen and wouldn't go to boot animation no matter what I tried. So just remember this module can't help if phone will not boot literally. 😊
Thx sincerely to these Devs for sharing their work and helping LemonadeP to be #1.♥️👍

The two modules are:

Magisk boot loop protector

NLSound
 

TheKnux

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Sep 28, 2011
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Akron
Nexus Player
OnePlus 9
Sorry for the long screenie.
 

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EtherealRemnant

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I'm still a Magisk n00b. Never really messed with it much until now.

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I am using LSPosed for the Disable Secure Flag so I can take screenshots in any app (which is why I have Shamiko so I can still hide Magisk from apps when I'm modding them).
 

Z-Blade

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What impact do XEngine and XLoad modules have on your phone?
Looking through GitHub, XEngine is a kernel tweaking app similar to FDE.AI. XLoad seems interesting though, the description says it will try to lock applications in the RAM which will allow improved read-ahead. However, I would expect this might conflict with RAM management.
 
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    Here are 2 of the modules
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    Hi just to let you informed that xXx magisk module works on op 9pro.😁😁
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    Currently using:
    • CloudFlareDNS
    • Debloater
    • Systemless hosts
    • Universal GMS Doze
    Planning to install Viper but haven't yet. I also tried ACC but couldn't get it working so I just disabled it.

    I wish I could find a way to add a battery bar above the status bar. I used to use RICE tweaks for that on my OP7P. I know there's a way with Xposed too, but I really don't want to mess with that.
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    • Youtube Vanced (Old module, had to install so it could overwrite the newer YT app on the device, allowing updates from Vanced App)
    Another way to do that is to uninstall the system YT app with a debloater tool (I use debloater magisk module for that) and then use Vanced app to install. Just throwing it out there, since the Vanced magisk module isn't supported anymore and may not work on future versions.
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    Currently having these modules installed :
    • OnePlus Sans (for system-wide font application)
    • Swift Installer module (Installed by Swift Installer)
    • Systemless hosts (for AdAway)
    • Youtube Vanced (Old module, had to install so it could overwrite the newer YT app on the device, allowing updates from Vanced App)