Magisk Module Debloater

  • Version 0.25
  • File Size 2.26 MB
  • Last Updated March 26, 2024

Magisk Module Debloater is an open-source application that leverages the power of Magisk to systemlessly remove unwanted system apps from Android devices. It allows users to declutter their system by removing apps from the `/system`, `/vendor`, and `/product` directories without affecting the core system files.

Key Features:

  • Systemless De-bloating: Removes system apps without modifying the actual system partitions.
  • Easy Restoration: Provides options to restore de-bloated apps individually or as a whole.
  • User-Friendly Interface: Features an intuitive interface for easy navigation and operation.

Developer Information: The Magisk Module Debloater is developed by sunilpaulmathew, a developer committed to enhancing the Android user experience. The project is hosted on GitHub, where it is actively maintained and updated.

Usage: To use the Debloater, users need root access and a fully functional Magisk environment. After opening the app, users can select the apps they wish to remove, and the changes will take effect after a reboot. In case of any issues, such as a bootloop, the module can be deleted via recovery to revert the changes.

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