Best Magisk Modules

Best Magisk Modules

Magisk is a great open-source root solution, offering a “Systemless Interface”, allowing easy modification of your favourite device with peace of mind. Magisk is a module based application, so its configuration can be as individual as the member applying them. Many modules exist for Magisk, providing all sorts of modifications, such as cloaking your device from SafetyNet. This article brings together some of our favourites.
Installation of Magisk is relatively simple, with instructions and downloads available in this thread.

Once up-and-running, you can begin to add the modules you wish. Below is a list of our favourites, feel free to add your comments and suggestions in the discussion section at the bottom of this article.

1. Xposed Framework

This will be on the top of many members list. Xposed Framework has been around for some time, and until the introduction of Magisk’s “Systemless Interface” was the default method of modification and tweaking application for many members. The great work of XDA’s SRD rovo89 brings the many mods available to the Xposed Framework to Magisk users.

2. ART Optimization

A new Virtual Machine called ART (Android Runtime) was introduced with the release of Android Lollipop, it brought ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation into native Android code. This performs better than the previous Dalvik implementation included in previous Android builds. This module configures ART optimizations on a device, and can be changed on-the-fly depending on the profile chosen by a user.

3. App Systemizer

This module allows installation of third-party applications as system apps. A companion app is available allowing conversion of other various applications. These applications are retained as system apps even after un-installation of Magisk.

4. Viper4Android

By far the most feature-rich and advanced music modification available, Viper4Android provides extended audio functionality to your device. It allows customization and modification of many parts of the Android audio system, such as individual control over the device’s speaker, Bluetooth outputs and handset audio performance. This module gives a user full control over their audio outputs, even increasing the maximum volume level, and adding clarity with features such as ViPER Clarity and XHiFi technology.

5. Dolby Atmos

Dolby’s Atmos sound technology has been utilized in some Lenovo devices, this mod adds Dolby Atmos audio enhancements to devices not officially supported by it. Simple, yet effective sound improvements occur with this modules usage, and an extensive amount of options are available for the audiophile’s out there. Give it a try, it could be the perfect sound mod for you.

6. Tethering enabler

This simple yet effective module allows tethering in devices where manufacturers have disabled it by default. It may not be effective if blocked by a provider, but worth a shot. It allows tethering over USB and Wi-Fi.

7. Emoji One

The Emoji One module replaces the stock emoji’s on your device. EmojiOne 3.0 is the global standard for emoji’s, this latest release brings a whole new set of re-designed ones to your device.

8. CrossBreeder Lite

CrossBreeder Lite is a compilation of optimizations intended to improve battery life, and reduce stutters/Lag on a device. Results can vary by device, but it’s definitely worth a shot if you want to squeeze more juice out of your battery.