How to Uninstall Magisk Module Using TWRP Recovery [Fix Bootloops]

If your device doest bootup or brick after installing Magisk Module, then follow this guide to recover your device. Uninstalling/deleting the specific module or all modules can help you fix it. In this guide, we will guide you to uninstall Magisk Module using TWRP Recovery. Here we use two different methods to Uninstall Magisk Module in TWRP Recovery. One is Uninstall the Module using TWRP file manager, and another one is Terminal to complete removal of Magisk module.

Magisk is one of the best third-party Android development software without altering the /system partition. It gives us full modification access in our Android device. You can use Magisk Manager to add many modules to customize your device in the next level. But sometimes many apps don’t run properly with your device and device going to boot loop after installing that module.

Uninstall Magisk Module Using TWRP Recovery

To fix bootloops caused by Magisk Module(s) is need to remove the problem-causing module or all the Magisk module. But you can’t uninstall those modules directly unless you can use Magisk Manager. So here we share simple steps to Uninstall Magisk Module using TWRP Recovery to unbrick your Android device.

To remove a Magisk module manually, you will require TWRP recovery installed on your device. If you using Magisk patch boot for root then you can simply boot your device into TWRP temporarily and follow below methods.

Method 1: Uninstall Magisk Module using File Manager

  • Boot your device to TWRP mode.
  • Once in TWRP go to Advanced menu
  • Now select File Manager option and go to /data/adb/modules.
  • You can see folders for all the modules you have installed.


  • Select the folder of the Magisk Module that you want to delete.
  • Then tap on the right button icon at the bottom of the screen.
  • Select ‘Delete’ from the available options.
  • Finally, swipe at the bar to confirm the delete and it will delete Magisk module from your computer.


  • After that again go to TWRP main page and Select Reboot > System.

Method 2: Using Magisk Manager for Recovery Mode

Thanks to XDA developer VR25 for creating ‘Magisk Manager for Recovery Mode‘. His mod uses the built-in terminal in TWRP to manage the Magisk modules installed on the phone.

Download Magisk Manager for Recovery Mode

MM for Recovery Mode


  • First, download Magisk Manager for Recovery Mode and copy it on your Android device using PC.
  • Boot your device to TWRP mode.
  • Then go to ‘Mount‘ and ‘Enable MTP‘ option.
  • Now go back TWRP main page and select ‘Install‘.
  • Then navigate to the downloaded file (‘’) and select to ‘Install‘.


  • Once installed again go back to TWRP main page and go to the ‘Advanced > Terminal‘ option.
  • Enter the following command to launch the Magisk Manager: (use any one command)


sh /sdcard/mm


  • Enter “r” to list all the install modules for removal.
  • You will need to mark the installed modules for removal. To mark a module, simply enter it’s exact name as shown in the list the use [x]. Ex:~ Youtube-Vance-Dark[X]
  • Once you have marked the module(s) that you want to uninstall, enter “i” to confirm the process.


  • After that go back to TWRP main page and Select Reboot > System.

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