Magisk Modules Repository

magisk modules repo

Your one-stop shop for Magisk Modules

Search, download, browse, and find the newest and hottest magisk modules, curated and collected by our team, all for you, in our leading Magisk Modules Repository. All modules pass stringent security tests, are hand reviewed, and automatically updated.

Hey module devs! Want to see your module here? As a result of being on our magisk modules repo, you will get access to our exclusive audience of around 7 million monthly users, automatic update handling, integration with our suite of tools, device and module integrity checks, and the ability to earn money for your work*. To apply, fill out an application. T&C may apply.

What is Magisk?

Magisk is a systemless root solution and framework for Android, developed by topjohnwu. It is a fork of the original Chainfire’s SuperSU, which is no longer maintained.

What are Magisk Modules?

Magisk Modules are packages that can modify system settings, system files, and even add new features to your device. They can be installed and uninstalled without affecting the rest of your system. This is a great way to customize your device without having to flash a custom ROM. Magisk Modules are always systemless, meaning they do not modify your system partition. This means that you can easily uninstall them and revert to stock. Please note that Magisk Modules are not supported by the Magisk team or Androidacy unless otherwise stated. They are created and maintained by the community. If you have any issues with a module, please contact the developer.

How do I install a Magisk Module?

Installing a Magisk Module is very easy. Simply download the module from the module page, and then open the Magisk Manager app. Tap on the Modules tab, and then tap on the “Install from storage” button. Select the module zip file, and then tap on the “Install” button. The module will now be installed. You can check the status of the module by tapping on the Modules tab again. If the module is installed, it will show up in the list. If you have any issues installing a module, please contact the developer. You may also use third party apps such as Fox’s Magisk Module Manager, which has a similiar install process.

How do I uninstall Magisk Modules?

Uninstalling a Magisk Module is very easy. Simply open the Magisk Manager app. Tap on the Modules tab, and then tap on the module you wish to uninstall. Tap on the trash can button, and then reboot your device. The module will now be uninstalled. You can check the status of the module by tapping on the Modules tab again. If the module is uninstalled, it will not show up in the list. If you have any issues uninstalling a module, please contact the developer. You may also use third party apps such as Fox’s Magisk Module Manager, which has a similiar uninstall process.

How do I update a Magisk Module?

Updating a Magisk Module is very easy. Simply download the new version of the module from the module page, and then open the Magisk Manager app. Tap on the Modules tab, and then follow the same steps as installing a module. The module will now be updated. You can check the status of the module by tapping on the Modules tab again. If the module is updated, it will show up in the list. If you have any issues updating a module, please contact the developer. You may also use third party apps such as Fox’s Magisk Module Manager, which has a similiar update process.

How do I enable/disable Magisk Modules?

Enabling/disabling a Magisk Module is very easy. Simply open the Magisk Manager app. Tap on the Modules tab, and then tap on the switch next to the module you wish to enable/disable and reboot your device. The module will now be enabled/disabled. You can check the status of the module by tapping on the Modules tab again. If the module is enabled, it will show up in the list. If you have any issues enabling/disabling a module, please contact the developer. You may also use third party apps such as Fox’s Magisk Module Manager, which has a similar enable/disable process.

Notice: Unless otherwise stated, modules on the Repo are not authored nor created by Androidacy. Modules are developed by and copyright the original developers. Some modules are from the original Magisk Modules Repository and may not be up to date. Magisk Modules Repository files are the original from the developers. Androidacy reserves the right to add, remove, modify, and otherwise handle these modules as we see fit, without notice to the users or developers. To request removal of a module, please contact us or use the report function on the download dialogue.

* Must meet minimum traffic and downloads requirements. Remember, we constantly review modules for eligibility and will notify you once you’re eligible. Because of that, there’s no need to contact us about this, and contacting us will not get you in the program sooner. We reserve the right to terminate revenue sharing at any time for any reason.

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