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How to Fix Magisk Module Bootloop Without Factory Reset

Android is the most customizable mobile operating system in this world that’s based on an open-source platform. With that being said, rooting is the advanced way to do so when it comes to Android customizations. When it comes to rooting on Android, Magisk is the one. But sometimes you may face issues with Magisk Modules. If so, you can follow How to Fix Magisk Module Bootloop Without Factory Reset.

As we’ve mentioned, Magisk is a great open-source root solution that offers a “Systemless Interface”, which allows users to easily modify the whole interface, system files, etc without any second thought. Magisk is a module-based app for Android devices and you can get an improved user experience whatsoever. However, not all modules may work seamlessly together in some scenarios.

In that situation, you may easily find yourself in trouble once you get a bootloop issue with your Magisk Module, unfortunately. It may also possible that a single Magisk module has some issues or a couple of modules are facing compatibility issues that obviously will lead to a bootloop. So, if you’re facing the same problem, you can basically re-flash the factory image of your device or wipe out all the data from your phone.

How to Fix Magisk Module Bootloop Without Factory Reset

How to Fix Magisk Module Bootloop Without Factory Reset

As the title suggests, a big thanks to a new mod developer from XDA VR25 for providing an easier method to manage all of your Magisk modules directly from the custom recovery like TWRP. So, that method requires a couple of things that are mentioned below:

Pre-Requirements:

  • A rooted Android device
  • TWRP should be installed on the device
  • Magisk should be installed too

Now, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the guide below one by one.

Method 01: Install Magisk Manager for Recovery

So, if your Android device is currently in a bootloop situation and you’re unable to access Magisk Manager, make sure to boot your handset in TWRP.

  • You can perform it by pressing and holding the Volume Down key between bootloops (while the screen is blank).
  • Your device will boot into the bootloader mode.
  • Now, you can easily navigate and highlight the ‘Recovery Mode’ by using the Volume keys.
  • Then press the Power button to confirm the action and the device will boot into TWRP recovery mode.
  • Once you’re in the TWRP recovery mode on your device, make sure to download the latest version of the Magisk Manager (zip) file from this XDA link.
  • Save the file on your computer > Connect the device to the PC using a USB data cable.
  • Use the ‘ADB Sideload’ command method to install the zip file on your handset.

Method 02: Boot into Recovery Mode

Please Note: If you’ve sideloaded the flashable zip file using the ADB command, don’t need to follow this second method. Just directly jump into the 3rd method.

  • If you’ve sideloaded the flashable zip file with TWRP then you’ll need to restart your device into TWRP recovery mode again. [Use the ‘Recovery Mode’ to boot into TWRP]

Method 03: Launch Magisk Manager for Recovery

  • Now, you’re in the main menu of the TWRP recovery screen on your handset.
  • Tap on Advanced > Select Terminal.
  • Enter the following command line in the terminal window:
/data/media/mm
  • Now, you may see a list of options to perform the recovery module for Magisk Manager.
  • Select ‘Uninstall modules’ by typing the letter ‘u’ after pressing the Enter key two times. [Keep in mind that you must type the letter properly as you see on the screen to make it work]
  • If somehow you’ve made a mistake and want to retry it, make sure to exit the uninstaller by pressing the Ctrl+C keys.
  • So, once you entered the letter properly (case sensitive), press Enter twice, the module will be uninstalled from the device.
  • Next, type the letter ‘n’ (if you want to do something else) to close the terminal.
  • Finally, restart your phone as usual by long-pressing the Power button until you see the boot logo.
  • You’re done. Enjoy!

However, if you’re still facing the bootloop issue, we’ll recommend you retry the whole process once again. Make sure to follow all the steps carefully and don’t skip any respective method. Now, choose the ‘Enable or Disable modules’ in the Magisk Manager for the Recovery main menu. Disabling the module just like you uninstall items.

That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.

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