To give it a start, I use standard Magisk 26.1 (26100). I have LSPosed installed in order to use Xposed modules. This is my current setup:
Advanced Charging Controller
accompanied by the app “AccA” (F-Droid) which makes it really easy to handle charging limits
AFWall Boot AntiLeak
prevents app sharing data before AFWall actually is fully booted
AOSP Mods (2.4.1 - this is the version to use for A12)
Since /e/OS is based on LOS and since LOS is AOSP, the combined Magisk/Xposed module AOSP Mods can be used. It offers many, many, many tweaks to the UI of your device.
F-Droid Privileged Extension
for systemless installation
Magisk Bootloop Protector
Does what it says, saved my arse a couple of times already
Magisk built-in BusyBox
Making all folders available for all apps
Replacing Magisk blacklist for apps
Specific for Snapdragon 888-devices
To make AdAway fully operational
Universal SafetyNet Fix
Great add-on to pass SafetyNet for rooted devices
To have the Xposed framework available
Needed for some apps, I believe but am not quite sure AppOpps uses it!
As described above
Makes screenshots available throughout my phone without any app blocking it!
Probably the last version to work (Android 12). Quite like AOSP Mods, giving you many UI tweaks
Let’s you blacklist certain SMS-messages likes “Hi, welcome to Country XXX” - just saving nerves
Some apps are not to be updated to keep working (for various reasons). This module fixes just that! Works with App Lounge, F-Droid, Aurora, PlayStore and many more.
Well, still the app not to be missed if you want to block like any kind of app nosyness
Some apps don’t require Xposed and are not Magisk Modules but just require root. Here’s a small list of what I find usefull:
Add-blocking to the max
Androidacy Module Manager
Is a small programm that tells when Magisk Modules new versions are released and update them directly
Since I found out Titanium BackUp kind of stopped working for most apps since Android 11 I was searching for an alternative to do just that: back up apps including settings, data etc. and be able to retrieve them. Works great.
Search XDA for more. Kinda tweak YouTube to the max. There is a Magisk module for it too but I can’t figure out how to make that work.
Quite an old app I suppose that makes you put extra tiles in your tapbarpulldown menu
Gives you the option to block internet (LAN, WiFi, network) access PER APP!
WiFi Password Viewer
Makes once entered password for WiFi networks visable.
Kind of like a mega advanced settings app. It makes you decide which settings an app may use (location, storage, run in background etc.) but with also an option to spoof the data so the app doesn’t crash.
To just make an APK-file of any installed app on my phone in order to duplicate it fast and quick.
That’s my setup. I hope you like it, and that you might get expired. Feel free to post your settings, apps, modules etc. Looking forward to see yours!