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Hey folks, we’re excited to roll out the latest version of Androidacy Module Manager (AMM) — 2.3.2, with improved KernelSU support and so much more. This isn’t just another update; it’s packed with features and improvements that make managing your Android magisk/kernelsu modules easier than ever. Whether you’re a Magisk user or you’re diving into the world of KernelSU, this update has something for everyone.
A Fresh Look for Better Usability
First off, we’ve given the theme some tweaking and hard thought. The updated theme is all about making things more accessible and easier to navigate. We’ve put a lot of thought into this, especially to ensure that it’s user-friendly for everyone, including those who use assistive technologies.
Your Feedback Matters
We’ve always valued user feedback, and now we’re making it even easier for you to share your thoughts. You can now send feedback directly within the app. Tell us what you love, what you don’t, and what you’d like to see in future updates.
Countly for Data Privacy and Optimization
Data privacy is a big deal for us, and we know it’s important to you too. That’s why we’ve switched from Sentry to Countly for analytics and crash reporting. Countly is open-source and hosted on our own EU servers, so you can be sure your data is in safe hands. Plus, it greatly simplifies our build process and optimizes binary size. Of course, you can opt out of both, but it really helps us develop and fix the app!
Faster Repo Loading
Nobody likes to wait, and this update significantly speeds up repository loading times. Whether you’re browsing for Magisk or KernelSU modules, you’ll get to what you need faster. We’ve dug deep to root out slow speeds.
KernelSU Support and More
Speaking of KernelSU, we’re continuing to work on support for it. It’s still experimental, but if you’re a KernelSU user, make sure to grant AMM the necessary permissions in your KernelSU manager settings. This is a big step toward making AMM your go-to for all things KernelSU and Android customization.
Other Notable Changes
- Invalid directories for installed modules are now ignored, making things less cluttered.
- We’ve removed the last bits of dependency on FoxCompat.
- Root version detection is now more accurate.
- We’ve cleaned up the codebase and updated the Kotlin version, along with translations and dependencies.
You can download the latest version of AMM from our official site.
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Thanks for being a part of the Androidacy community. Your support helps us make AMM better with each update. We can’t wait to share what’s next on our journey with you.