Magisk

If you are familiar with the concept of rooting, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard of Magisk and Magisk Modules. Among all the possible ways to root an android phone, Magisk is probably the most widely used method.

With Magisk, you can root your android device in a “systemless” way. In simple terms, you perform rooting without altering the “/system” partition, and instead modifying the boot partition. Thus, your system cannot detect that it has been modified since the original system files remain unchanged, and hence modifications will go undetected by Google SafetyNet. Due to this, apps like Google Pay, Netflix, etc. which previously didn’t run on rooted devices, would now be accessible.

Read : How to use Google Pay on Rooted Devices

However, Magisk has applications beyond rooting. There are numerous Magisk modules available offering all sorts of customizations. A “Module” allows easy modifications and tweaking to your device. These modules include features such as ad-blocking, CameraAPI2 enabler, installing iOS emojis on your Android phone and a lot more.

Here are the best magisk modules you should check out.

1. Xposed Framework

Xposed framework Magisk Module

Xposed is a very popular framework which was widely used prior to introduction of Magisk. It allows the user to perform different Android mods and tweaks. The Xposed Framework can be installed as a magisk module through Magisk Manager. It allows you to use the GravityBox mod through which you can execute multiple system tweaks via a single app.

When used as a Magisk module, Xposed can be used systemlessly without interfering with Google SafetyNet. When used outside of Magisk, apps such as Google Pay won’t be executable.

2. Pixel Experience

Pixel Experience Magisk Module

The Pixel smartphone is a flagship model developed by Google consisting of some amazing specs. Pixel 2 is considered one of the best among its competitors. The Pixel Experience module, as the name suggests, provides you the look and feel of Pixel 2 to your Android smartphone. Through this, you can experience the user interface of Pixel 2 on your device.

This module is a collection of numerous Pixel 2 mods such as Pixel 2 Launcher, Google Sans Font, Google Assistant Enabler, Google Lens, Camera2API support, EIS Support, along with multiple audio files and themes.

3. Camera2API Enabler

Camera2API enabler Magisk Module

If you’re familiar with the Google Camera app, you must be aware that OEMs like Huawei, Xiaomi, etc restrict some third-party apps to utilize the camera hardware & halting them from functioning properly. So in order to use any third-party camera modules, Camera2API should be enabled.

The traditional way of enabling Camera2API is by manually setting up values in the build.prop system file. However, to avoid doing this you can simply install the Camera2API Enabler module and it’s done! The module does all the work for you and enables Camera2API.

4. iOS12.x Emoji

iOS12.1 emojis Magisk Module

If you’re one of those people who don’t like the default Android emojis, you should definitely try out this magisk module on your device. This module lets you add iOS emojis on your Android device, which are significantly different from the stock Google Emojis. You can simply install the “iOS 12.1 Emoji” module via Magisk.

The iOS 12.1 Emojis are more fun and look more realistic and for this reason, many Android users have started to use this. Also, there are regular updates for this module which you should look out for to have latest emojis from iOS. Probably one of those magisk modules that you should definitely try!

5. Cloudflare DNS

Cloudfare DNS Magisk Module

Using a third-party DNS service is something which is beneficial for various reasons. If you’re one of those who give utmost importance to your privacy, you must have heard of Cloudflare DNS. Recently, Cloudflare launched their own DNS service to secure web history of users from ISPs, and increasing speed of data transmission resulting in faster loading of websites. You can use it on your Android device through the Cloudflare4DNSMagisk module. This module replaces your DNS with the DNS of the Cloudflare – 1.1.1.1, and thus directing all your mobile data and Wi-Fi traffic through the free Cloudflare service. The module is available in both IPV4 and IPV6 variants, to be used in a systemless way.

6. Greenify4Magisk

Greenify Magisk Module

The Greenify app is one of the most popular rooting apps infamous for its battery-saving characteristic. What it basically does is putting all your unused apps into hibernation mode and reducing the backgroud app usage to almost zero, thus resulting in optimizing and saving your device’s battery life. To get the most of out of your smartphone’s performance, you can simply use this and hibernate the apps which you don’t frequently use.

It’s Magisk variant is available as Greenify4Magisk module, through which the Greenify app is treated as a privileged app and can perform hibernation in a fast and systemless way. The module works by inserting a folder consisting the apk file into the path : /system/priv-app. For even better hibernation performance, the module can add more tools and turn Greenify into a ROM-integrated app.

7. Dolby Atmos

Dolby Atmos Magisk Module

Dolby Atmos is an extremely popular surround sound technology delivering high-quality audio for a poweful cinematic experience. The technology was initially created for commercial cinema applications, and was later adapted to home cinema. It was integrated into few devices and if you’re someone who enjoys great music experience on your Android device then you should definitely check out this amazing magisk module.

This module will add Dolby Atmos sound enhancements to your device offering a vast amount of options to tweak the settings to adjust the audio output to your taste. You will surely notice a massive improvement in sound quality of your device.

8. App Systemizer

App Systemizer Magisk Module

Another one in the list of best magisk modules, App Systemizer lets you turn some of your third-party installed apps into system apps. There a number of reasons why you may want that. System apps have certain privileges which sometimes may be required for some third-party apps, e.g battery optimizers. Furthermore, systems apps cannot be uninstalled, you can only disable them, something needed for app lockers.

You can download App Systemizer via the Magisk Manager app. The module comes in two versions, the GUI version and another one making use of Terminal app.

9. Viper4Android FX

Viper Magisk Module

Viper4Android is the next level of Dolby Atmos offering even more features and advanced modifications to give you an incredible music experience. It’s undoubtedly one of the best sound equalizer apps available out there. Once you install the module, the Viper4Android app will be installed automatically on your device.

Users are able to completely customize the audio on their device including adjusting the bass and treble, and increasing volume while minimizing distortion. It also includes XHiFi technology to add clarity. Another useful feature includes creating multiple modes having different tuned settings for different output devices.

Also Read : How to Root Your Android Device Using Magisk