Farewell to MMRL Install Tools: Embrace the Future with MMRL-CLI

by Der_Googler
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Farewell to MMRL Install Tools: Embrace the Future with MMRL-CLI

As of June 20, 2024, we bid farewell to MMRL Install Tools, a trusted companion for many Magisk users. This transition marks the arrival of a more robust and user-friendly tool, MMRL-CLI, designed to elevate your module management experience. Change can be challenging, but MMRL-CLI's benefits make the transition worthwhile.

Why MMRL-CLI is the Future

MMRL-CLI offers a host of features tailored to simplify and enhance the process of managing Magisk modules. Here's why MMRL-CLI is a significant upgrade:

  1. Install Multiple Modules at Once: With MMRL-CLI, you can install multiple modules simultaneously. This feature saves time and simplifies the process of setting up your device with the necessary modules.

  2. Install Modules from a Zip URLMMRL-CLI allows you to install modules directly from a zip URL, supporting the installation of multiple zip files at once. This makes it easy to access and install remote resources.

  3. Gather Information from the CloudMMRL-CLI can fetch and integrate the latest information from the cloud, ensuring your modules are up-to-date with the newest features and security updates.

  4. Download Specific Versions: Need a specific version of a module? MMRL-CLI enables you to specify and download exact versions, such as mkshrc@1.3.2, ensuring compatibility and stability for your device.

  5. Usable in MMRL and Terminal EmulatorsMMRL-CLI is designed for flexibility, functioning seamlessly in both MMRL and various terminal emulators. This makes it ideal for users who prefer working in different environments.

Migrating to MMRL-CLI: A Step-by-Step Guide

Migrating Guide

Transitioning to MMRL-CLI is straightforward. Follow these steps to migrate from MMRL Install Tools:

  1. Installation:

    • Download the latest version of MMRL-CLI from the official website or repository.
    • Follow the installation instructions specific to your operating system.
  2. Basic Usage:

    • Familiarize yourself with the basic commands of MMRL-CLI. Here's a quick rundown:
        mmrl install -y <URLS>
        mmrl install local -y <ZIPFILES>
  3. Advanced Features:

    • Explore the advanced features and customization options. MMRL-CLI's documentation provides comprehensive details on all available commands and flags.
  4. Transition Your Module Management:

    • Update your module management scripts and practices to replace any references to MMRL Install Tools with MMRL-CLI commands.
    • Test your modules thoroughly to ensure they function correctly after the transition.
  5. Community and Support:

    • Join the MMRL-CLI community forums and support channels to stay updated with the latest news and best practices.
    • Share your experiences and solutions with other users to contribute to the community's growth and knowledge base.

Embrace the Future

While the discontinuation of MMRL Install Tools may feel like the end of an era, the arrival of MMRL-CLI opens up a new world of possibilities. Its powerful features and streamlined processes promise to enhance your experience with Magisk modules, making management easier and more efficient.

We are excited about the future with MMRL-CLI and look forward to seeing how it transforms your module management routine. Happy customizing!

MMRL Install Tools will be removed at the end of 2024 from the GMR


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