Riru Magisk Module

  • Version 26.1.7
  • File Size 166 KB
  • Last Updated March 26, 2024

Riru Magisk Module is an open-source tool that provides a way for developers to inject code into the zygote process, allowing them to run their own code in apps or the system server. This is particularly useful for developers who want to modify the behavior of the system without making changes to the apps themselves.

Key Features:

  • Code Injection: Allows for the injection of code into the zygote process.
  • Developer Friendly: Enables developers to create modules that can modify system and app behavior.
  • Open Source: The code is available for anyone to review, use, or contribute to.

Developer Information: The Riru project is developed and maintained by the open-source community, with its source code hosted on GitHub. It was originally created by RikkaApps and is now archived, which means it is no longer actively maintained but is still available for use.

Usage: Riru is used by developers who are creating Magisk modules that need to interact with the system at a low level. It's installed via Magisk and requires a rooted device with Magisk installed.

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