How To Fix Android x86 Default Terminal with Magisk Manager

How To Fix Android x86 Default Terminal with Magisk Manager

How To Fix Android x86 Default Terminal with Magisk Manager

HOW TO FIX ANDROID X86 DEFAULT TERMINAL [ALT+F1] WITH MAGISK MANAGER

How To Fix Android x86 Default Terminal with Magisk Manager
In this post, I gonna show you how to fix an android x86 default terminal [alt+f1 or alt+fn+f1] with magisk full additional setup on any working android x86 operating system.



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REQUIREMENT:

2. Some Working Knowledge

PROCEDURE:

STEP 01: At the first download the recommended file from the link and extract it on the main storage or sdcard.

STEP 02: Run "Installer.sh" file using FX File Manager or MT Manager Pro.

STEP 03: After completed the open magisk manager app and click on OK from additional setup option and take restarting after 5 seconds.

STEP 04: After restarting the open magisk manager app and check it. Done!

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