Originally Posted by arsaam khan
what if i am stuck on a bootloop and want to uninstall magisk xposed installer ????
Then you should write it.
If you can use TWRP, flash MountMagisk
("install" the zip in TWRP), it mounts the magisk.img to /magisk, then you can just remove the "xposed_xx"-folder from the folder or create an empty file named "disable" in it.
Alternatively you can create an empty (and hidden) file named ".disable_magisk" (note the dot) in "/cache" to force core-only mode and boot into the system, remove the module from Magisk, disable core-only mode and reboot.