Top 10 Best Magisk Modules to use in 2020

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Best 10 Modules of Magisk which can make your smartphone extra featured

What is Magisk?

Magisk is known as a “systemless” root method. It’s essentially a way to modify the system without actually modifying it. Modifications are stored safely in the boot partition instead of modifying the real system files. This is the most important feature of this tool. Since the original system files remain unchanged, modifications can go undetected by Google SafetyNet.

Google SafetyNet is the reason why a lot of people use this tool over other methods. SafetyNet detects when the system has been tampered with and blocks certain apps from working properly. Google GPay, Netflix, and Pokemon GO are a few examples. SafetyNet is an important security measure, but it can be overly aggressive. Magisk allows users to have root and other modifications while still using these popular apps. Methods like SuperSU modify the system files, which triggers SafetyNet to block apps.

Top 10 Best Magisk Modules to use:

1. App Systemizer

App Systemizer lets you install certain apps as system apps. Why would you do this? There are a few reasons. System apps cannot be easily uninstalled, so you get an extra layer of protection for security apps. Some utilities, like battery optimizers, work better with the extra privileges afforded to system apps. And it also works well for apps that run all the time, like a third-party launcher.

App Systemizer doesn’t modify the system partition, so you cannot use it to save space in your phone’s internal storage. Apps will update automatically through the Play Store, as usual.

2. Viper4Android FX

Viper4Android is the best sound equalizer app for your Android phone. It lets you boost the bass, tone down the treble, or increase your phone’s maximum volume while minimizing distortion. And that’s only for starters. It’s an incredibly powerful tool if you invest some time in it.

The best part about Viper4Android is that it lets you create sound profiles for different output devices. What works best for your phone’s internal speakers is unlikely to sound right for your expensive headphones or in-car audio system. That no longer matters with this app—just create a profile for each one and tune the settings separately.

3. Pix3lify

The Pix3lify module brings a host of features from Google’s own Pixel devices to every other Android phone.

The additions range from the new Product Sans system font, new alarms, and fresh wallpapers to more advanced tools like the Camera2 API to allow RAW shooting, plus VR support. You also get access to Google’s neat Call Screening service.

4. Bixby Button Remapper

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Bixby is Samsung’s somewhat controversial attempt at building a smart assistant. It’s controversial because even though it’s not as good as Google Assistant—which is already available on every Android phone—it has its own dedicated hardware button on the side of Galaxy devices.

If you don’t want to use Bixby but would like to use that button for something useful, the Bixby Button Remapper module will help. You can set it to any of 15 different functions, including a camera, music player, or screenshot grabber.

5. ARCore/Playground Patcher

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Google’s augmented reality platform ARCore, or Google Play Services for AR as it’s officially known, is only compatible with a set number of devices running Android 7 and above. ARCore/Playground Patcher brings full support to older and non-supported phones.

Once installed, it enables the use of the best AR apps in the Play Store. They include travel, art, and shopping experiences, helping turn your smartphone into a truly futuristic device.

6. iOS12.1 Emoji

Want to get the latest iOS emojis on Android? The iOS12.1 Emoji module for Magisk is both the quickest and easiest way to do it.

Just install it through the Magisk Manager app, and upon a reboot, you’ll be free of Google’s emojis. And if you ever want to revert back to your original emojis, just uninstall it.

Keep an eye on the available modules for updates—the latest characters from newer versions of iOS are added regularly.

7. YouTube Vanced

This modded version of the YouTube app offers lots of commonly requested features, including support for background play. You can also override video resolution limits, use the pinch-to-zoom gesture, and automatically play videos on repeat.

The app is available in standard and dark-themed versions.

8. CloudflareDNS4Magisk

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There are many good reasons to use a third-party DNS service and many excellent privacy benefits to using Cloudflare DNS specifically.

There’s an official Cloudflare app, but it sets itself up as a local VPN, which isn’t always convenient. It’s far easier to install the CloudflareDNS4Magisk module. It directs all your mobile data and Wi-Fi traffic through the free Cloudflare service.

9. Call Recorder

If you use your phone a lot for work, there are probably times when you want to record a call. Android doesn’t let you do it normally, but with the Call Recorder module, you can.

It’s simple to use. Just install and activate the module, and it will sit quietly in the background waiting for you to make or receive a call. There are settings if you need them, including the ability to exclude certain numbers so they never record.

10. Xposed Framework

Before Magisk, the common way to run modules on your phone was through the Xposed Framework. It was one of the best reasons to root your smartphone and enabled you to run the peerless GravityBox mod, which housed hundreds of system tweaks in a single app.

Fortunately, there’s an Xposed module for Magisk, and in some ways, it’s better than the original. It’s systemless, so it’s not as intrusive of an app. It’s less likely to cause problems, and shouldn’t block Android operating system updates, either.

So here is the list of Top 10 Best Magisk Modules to flash on your rooted Android Smartphone, comment if any module is missing in the list.

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