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##########################################################################################
#
# Magisk Module Installer Script
#
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#
# Instructions:
#
# 1. Place your files into system folder (delete the placeholder file)
# 2. Fill in your module's info into module.prop
# 3. Configure and implement callbacks in this file
# 4. If you need boot scripts, add them into common/post-fs-data.sh or common/service.sh
# 5. Add your additional or modified system properties into common/system.prop
#
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# Config Flags
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# Set to true if you do *NOT* want Magisk to mount
# any files for you. Most modules would NOT want
# to set this flag to true
SKIPMOUNT=false
# Set to true if you need to load system.prop
PROPFILE=false
# Set to true if you need post-fs-data script
POSTFSDATA=false
# Set to true if you need late_start service script
LATESTARTSERVICE=false
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# Replace list
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# List all directories you want to directly replace in the system
# Check the documentations for more info why you would need this
# Construct your list in the following format
# This is an example
REPLACE_EXAMPLE="
/system/app/Youtube
/system/priv-app/SystemUI
/system/priv-app/Settings
/system/framework
"
# Construct your own list here
REPLACE="
"
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#
# Function Callbacks
#
# The following functions will be called by the installation framework.
# You do not have the ability to modify update-binary, the only way you can customize
# installation is through implementing these functions.
#
# When running your callbacks, the installation framework will make sure the Magisk
# internal busybox path is *PREPENDED* to PATH, so all common commands shall exist.
# Also, it will make sure /data, /system, and /vendor is properly mounted.
#
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#
# The installation framework will export some variables and functions.
# You should use these variables and functions for installation.
#
# ! DO NOT use any Magisk internal paths as those are NOT public API.
# ! DO NOT use other functions in util_functions.sh as they are NOT public API.
# ! Non public APIs are not guranteed to maintain compatibility between releases.
#
# Available variables:
#
# MAGISK_VER (string): the version string of current installed Magisk
# MAGISK_VER_CODE (int): the version code of current installed Magisk
# BOOTMODE (bool): true if the module is currently installing in Magisk Manager
# MODPATH (path): the path where your module files should be installed
# TMPDIR (path): a place where you can temporarily store files
# ZIPFILE (path): your module's installation zip
# ARCH (string): the architecture of the device. Value is either arm, arm64, x86, or x64
# IS64BIT (bool): true if $ARCH is either arm64 or x64
# API (int): the API level (Android version) of the device
#
# Availible functions:
#
# ui_print <msg>
# print <msg> to console
# Avoid using 'echo' as it will not display in custom recovery's console
#
# abort <msg>
# print error message <msg> to console and terminate installation
# Avoid using 'exit' as it will skip the termination cleanup steps
#
# set_perm <target> <owner> <group> <permission> [context]
# if [context] is empty, it will default to "u:object_r:system_file:s0"
# this function is a shorthand for the following commands
# chown owner.group target
# chmod permission target
# chcon context target
#
# set_perm_recursive <directory> <owner> <group> <dirpermission> <filepermission> [context]
# if [context] is empty, it will default to "u:object_r:system_file:s0"
# for all files in <directory>, it will call:
# set_perm file owner group filepermission context
# for all directories in <directory> (including itself), it will call:
# set_perm dir owner group dirpermission context
#
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# If you need boot scripts, DO NOT use general boot scripts (post-fs-data.d/service.d)
# ONLY use module scripts as it respects the module status (remove/disable) and is
# guaranteed to maintain the same behavior in future Magisk releases.
# Enable boot scripts by setting the flags in the config section above.
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# Set what you want to display when installing your module
print_modname() {
ui_print "*******************************"
ui_print " Xiaomi AI key remapper "
ui_print "*******************************"
}
# Copy/extract your module files into $MODPATH in on_install.
on_install() {
# The following is the default implementation: extract $ZIPFILE/system to $MODPATH
# Extend/change the logic to whatever you want
ui_print "- Extracting module files"
unzip -o "$ZIPFILE" 'system/*' -d $MODPATH >&2
#Place for check functions
device_check
ui_print "- Configuring Xiaomi AI button..."
ui_print "Single tap configuration"
ui_print ""
ui_print "Make a choice from the following functions:"
ui_print ""
ui_print "Camera (CAMERA)"
ui_print "Screenshot (SYSRQ)"
ui_print "Google Search (SEARCH)"
ui_print "Google Voice (VOICE_ASSIST)"
ui_print "Call (CALL)"
ui_print "Contacts (CONTACTS)"
ui_print "Music Player (MUSIC)"
ui_print "Mute/Unmute Media Volume (VOLUME_MUTE)"
ui_print "Play/Pause Media (MEDIA_PLAY_PAUSE)"
ui_print "Next Media (MEDIA_NEXT)"
ui_print "Recent Apps (APP_SWITCH)"
ui_print "Open/Close Quick Settings (QPANEL_ON_OFF)"
ui_print "Internet Browser (EXPLORER)"
ui_print "Calendar (CALENDAR)"
ui_print "Calculator (CALCULATOR)"
ui_print "No Function (NOF)"
ui_print ""
ui_print "Use the hardware buttons to make a selection."
ui_print ""
q_and_a CAMERA SYSRQ Other
q_and_a
[ -z "$CHOICE" ] && q_and_a SEARCH VOICE_ASSIST Other
q_and_a
[ -z "$CHOICE" ] && q_and_a CALL CONTACTS Other
q_and_a
[ -z "$CHOICE" ] && q_and_a MUSIC VOLUME_MUTE Other
q_and_a
[ -z "$CHOICE" ] && q_and_a MEDIA_PLAY_PAUSE MEDIA_NEXT Other
q_and_a
[ -z "$CHOICE" ] && q_and_a APP_SWITCH QPANEL_ON_OFF Other
q_and_a
[ -z "$CHOICE" ] && q_and_a EXPLORER CALENDAR Other
q_and_a
[ -z "$CHOICE" ] && q_and_a CALCULATOR NOF Other
q_and_a
if [ -z "$CHOICE" ]; then
ui_print "- No choice made. Using CAMERA."
CHOICE=CAMERA
fi
kl=/system/usr/keylayout/gpio-keys.kl
sed -i -re 's/(key 689 +)[A-Z]+$/\1'$CHOICE'/' $MODPATH$kl
}
# Only some special files require specific permissions
# This function will be called after on_install is done
# The default permissions should be good enough for most cases
set_permissions() {
# The following is the default rule, DO NOT remove
set_perm_recursive $MODPATH 0 0 0755 0644
# Here are some examples:
# set_perm_recursive $MODPATH/system/lib 0 0 0755 0644
# set_perm $MODPATH/system/bin/app_process32 0 2000 0755 u:object_r:zygote_exec:s0
# set_perm $MODPATH/system/bin/dex2oat 0 2000 0755 u:object_r:dex2oat_exec:s0
# set_perm $MODPATH/system/lib/libart.so 0 0 0644
}
# You can add more functions to assist your custom script code
get_key() {
local key=$( /system/bin/getevent -lqc 1 | awk '{ print $(NF-1) }' )
[ $key = 02b1 ] && key=KEY_AI
echo $key
}
q_and_a() {
if [ -z "$1" ]; then
local a=$(get_key)
return 0
fi
local choice1=" [Vol Up] = $1"
local choice2=" [Vol Down] = $2"
local choice3=" [AI] = $3"
ui_print "- Which function?"
ui_print "$choice1"
ui_print "$choice2"
[ -n "$3" ] && ui_print "$choice3"
local n=99
until [ $n -le $# ]; do
unset UP DOWN AI
local a=$(get_key)
case $a in
*UP)
UP=true
n=1
;;
*DOWN)
DOWN=true
n=2
;;
*AI)
AI=true
n=3
;;
*)
n=99
;;
esac
done
CHOICE=$(eval echo '$'$n)
ui_print ""
[ $CHOICE = Other ] && unset CHOICE
}
device_check() {
bl=$(getprop ro.product.name)
device=${bl:0:7}
if ( [ $device = cepheus ] || [ $device = perseus ]); then
break
else
abort "Unsupported device or modified build.prop"
fi
}
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