Anti-Bootloop Magisk Module: Shield Your Root Freedom!

Ever tinkered with your Android phone and ended up in a dreaded bootloop (a continuous restart cycle)? It can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you’ve made valuable modifications. While rooting your phone unlocks a world of customization, it also introduces the risk of incompatibility with certain modules.

That’s where the abootloop Magisk module comes in as a potential lifesaver.

Anti-Bootloop Magisk Module
Anti-Bootloop Magisk Module


  • Bootloop Protection: This module acts as a safety net by preventing bootloops caused by incompatible Magisk modules. If a module causes issues during boot, abootloop gracefully disables it, allowing your phone to start normally.
  • Module Management: It integrates seamlessly with the Magisk app, providing information about installed modules and enabling easy disabling/re-enabling in case you suspect a module is causing problems.
  • Peace of Mind: Knowing you have abootloop installed can give you the confidence to explore new Magisk modules without the constant worry of getting stuck in a bootloop.


  • Rooted Android Phone: abootloop only works on devices with root access achieved through Magisk.
  • Magisk Manager App: You’ll need the Magisk Manager app installed to manage abootloop and other modules.
  • Basic ADB Knowledge (Optional): While not strictly necessary, familiarity with ADB (Android Debug Bridge) can be helpful for advanced troubleshooting in case of bootloop issues.


The abootloop module is available for direct download from the button linked to the official GitHub repository.


  1. Open the Magisk Manager on your device.
  2. Tap the “Modules” section.
  3. Click on “Install from Storage.”
  4. Select the Downloaded “Anti-Bootloop Magisk Module” Module to Install.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  6. Click the volume “+” button and “-” to install.
  7. The module will be installed and ready to use.


Is abootloop a mandatory module for all rooted devices?

No, abootloop is not essential for every rooted phone. However, it’s highly recommended, especially if you’re new to Magisk modules or plan to experiment with different ones.

What if I get stuck in a bootloop even with abootloop installed?

While abootloop significantly reduces the risk, it’s still possible to encounter bootloops due to other factors. In such cases, you might need to try booting into safe mode or using ADB commands to remove problematic modules.

Does abootloop have any drawbacks?

abootloop itself has minimal impact on performance. However, keep in mind that incompatible modules can still cause issues even with abootloop’s protection. Always research modules before installing them.


The abootloop Magisk module is a valuable tool for rooted phone users. It provides a safety net against bootloops caused by incompatible modules and offers peace of mind for those exploring the world of Magisk customization.

While not a magic bullet, it’s a highly recommended addition to your Magisk toolkit. Remember, responsible module selection and awareness of potential risks are still crucial for a smooth rooted experience.

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