Magisk is the best tool to root any Android smartphone. But have you wondered what the advantages of rooting are, other than just downloading custom ROMs? There are several tools and applications out there that can hugely enhance users’ experience and bring in a lot of additional features. So here are the top 5 Magisk Modules that you can use after rooting using Magisk!
As the name conveys, Debloater tool will let you uninstall bloat on your own. A lot of users have a problem with certain system apps. Once you flash and root using Magisk, you can easily uninstall system apps using the Debloater tool. Click the link below to download the latest version of the Debloater tool.
Debloater | Google Drive
The stable version of the Sa2ration tool is still under beta testing. Some Pixel users have already received early access via Google Play Store. And that’s how the MOD version is extracted and available. Sa2ration tool will allow users to adjust the contrast and adjust the saturation. But this tool requires the rooting of smartphones. So what’s better than Magisk!
Sa2ration | Google Drive
You can check out the features of this Magisk module below-
- FET Compressor
- Quad-Channel Convolver
- Spectrum Extension
- x86 Platform Support
- USB/Dock effect Support
- Speaker Optimization
- Channel Pan
- Differential Surround
- ViPER Fidelity Control, Bass, and Clarity
- Headphone Surround+ (VHS+)
- Auditory System Protection (Cure Tech+)
- FX Compatible Mode (Only in 4.x)
ViPER4Android | Google Drive
This is the coolest tool on the list. Facebook Emoji tool will let you use the default emojis on Facebook, instead of the altered version which a lot of people dislike. Click the link below to download this tool-
Facebook Emoji | Google Drive
Kali Nethunter is a tool that allows users to bypass system security, as a result, allow passing SafetyNet. You can hack into simple security locks, for example, your neighbor’s Wi-Fi! But this tool is only advised to be used for ethical hacking.
Kali | XDA
How to install Magisk Modules?
Open Magisk Manager on your device.
Swipe on the left side of the display of your device to open Side Bar > Downloads.
You will then find options to choose which Magisk Module you would like to use. Select the module by clicking on the download button near the name of the module.
Manually open the module and click Set Up.
Then, your device will automatically begin the set-up. It may take some time but the duration greatly depends on the file size of individual modules.
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