Without Magisk, you will need to choose between applications such as Netflix, Google Pay, Banking, etc., but as all mods are related to the framework without a Magisk system, a faulty module can force your device to start in a loop. If it was individual mods, you can always just delete this mod. With Magisk, you must either reset your device or uninstall the entire structure, as well as all mods. A magisk manager recovery tool has also enjoyed some popularity for this reason. You had to flash it and use some TWRP terminal commands.
If you want to uninstall the Magisk modules with the help of TWRP recovery today, the process is as simple as possible. If you want to have a deep understanding of TWRP and all its features, please see my TWRP Ultimate Recovery Tutorial.
Uninstall the Magisk modules with the help of TWRP
To manually remove a Magisk module, you will need to TWRP recovery installed for that. If you use Magisk without TWRP, you can always start your device in quick start mode, flash TWRP and then follow the steps below.
- Restart on TWRP. Since you probably can not boot to your device, you will need to use hardware button combinations to boot into recovery mode. Different phones have different combinations. You can check our guide for help on button combinations to start Android devices in Fastboot and Recovery modes.
- Once in TWRP, select Advanced > File director.
- Move towards / data / adb / modules.
- You can see the folders of all the modules you have installed.
- Tap on the folder of the last installed module, which is probably the cause of the bootloop. You can also select any other module if you want to delete it.
- Once in the folder, press the check button in the lower right corner.
- Of the available options, select Wipe off.
- On the next page, swipe down to confirm the deletion.
- Return to the TWRP main page.
- To select To restart > System.
Awesome! You have successfully uninstalled the Magisk module that was becoming unwanted. After you remove the Magisk module that originated the boot loop, your device should boot normally. It's so easy.
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