Magisk Modules


How to Install Xposed Framework on Android 10 or Below using EdXposed

Xposed Framework for Android 10 is now available via the ‘EdXposed Framework‘ module. In this post, I will show you how to install Xposed Framework on Android 10, Android 9 Pie, and Android 8.0/8.1 Oreo devices rooted with Magisk. Android’s open-source nature makes it versatile and easily customizable too. For those who just got into […]

How to Install ViPER4Android on Android 11/Android 10 Q (Alternate Method)

Can’t install ViPER4Android on your device running Android 11/Android 10? Don’t worry, it’s a known issue. In this guide, we will show you how to install ViPER4Android on Android 11 and Android 10 Q using an alternative approach. The method used here is fully working and has been personally tested by us on two different […]

Enable Always-On Display on Google Pixel and Pixel XL [Root]

Always-On Display or AOD is a feature that was first introduced in Google Pixel 2 and is retained in the Pixel 3 too.  Today, we will show you how to enable Always-On Display on Google Pixel and Pixel XL running Android Pie. In order to use this method, your Pixel device must be rooted. Every […]

How to Fix Android 8.1 Oreo Multi-Touch Issue (Magisk Module)

Are you facing multi-touch problems on your Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL or Essential Phone? Then follow the steps in this guide to fix Android 8.1 Oreo multi-touch issue. Note that the solution will only work for devices with root using Magisk. The Google Pixel 2 XL has been a pivot to a lot […]