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Fox’s Magisk Module Manager v1.0.2 is out now

Fox's Magisk Module Manager v1.0.1 is out now

Note: an earlier version of this post was for the now pulled v1.0.1 update, which had a critical bug leading to crashes for many users.

Fox’s Magisk Module Manager v1.0.2 is here and it’s better than ever! There’s a lot of ground to cover, so let’s dive right in.

New setup flow for Fox’s Magisk Module Manager

This update comes with a brand new setup flow and dialogue on first launch that makes it easier than ever to configure the app without having to dive into the settings. We hope to extend this even further in the future.

Improved themes

One of the standout features of this update is the improved black theme, which has been completely overhauled to provide a sleek and polished look. In addition to the black theme, there’s also a new transparent theme that’s sure to be a hit with users. However, please note that some ROMs and devices may experience issues with this theme or it may appear as a light theme.

User feedback for crashes

In addition to the new themes, this update also introduces a crash dialogue that pops up whenever the app crashes. This allows users to provide feedback about what they were doing when the crash occurred, which will help the developers improve the app.

Please note this dialogue currently only applies to crashes, not any silent errors that may occur.

Fox’s Magisk Module Manager changes

This update also brings some under-the-hood improvements, including better performance around HTTP connections and the removal of the DerGoogler repo (which was already disabled). Additionally, the update fixes a few issues with adding and using custom repos.

The not so exciting

As always, this update includes the usual bug fixes and performance improvements, as well as updates to dependencies. This release also ships different APKs for different architectures, which means a smaller APK size for users.

Closing words

In short, Fox’s Magisk Module Manager v1.0.2 is a must-have for anyone looking to find, install, and manage Magisk modules on their device. The app is developed by Fox2Code and codeveloped with Androidacy, and is available for download from the Androidacy downloads page.

We would like to thank the Androidacy team for their hard work on this release. While Fox2Code is currently taking a health break, the Androidacy team has stepped up to ensure that this update is available to users. We look forward to Fox2Code’s return and the exciting developments to come.

In the meantime, be sure to check out Fox’s Magisk Module Manager v1.0.2 and experience all the new features for yourself!

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