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[Q] How to turn on ART?

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By iantung329, Junior Member on 21st August 2014, 05:10 AM
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Hammerhead (KTU84P), rooted. I tried to turn on ART by going to "developer options" and under select runtime, select ART, then it will ask me to reboot. But after reboot, I come back to the developer options, it still shows "Dalvik".

Anyone can tell me how to turn on ART? Thanks.
 
 
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Hammerhead (KTU84P), rooted. I tried to turn on ART by going to "developer options" and under select runtime, select ART, then it will ask me to reboot. But after reboot, I come back to the developer options, it still shows "Dalvik".

Anyone can tell me how to turn on ART? Thanks.

You're running xposed yes?
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Hammerhead (KTU84P), rooted. I tried to turn on ART by going to "developer options" and under select runtime, select ART, then it will ask me to reboot. But after reboot, I come back to the developer options, it still shows "Dalvik".

Anyone can tell me how to turn on ART? Thanks.

By uninstalling Xposed.
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By uninstalling Xposed.

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Xposed is not ART compatible? I can't believe that I am this stupid not to realize this pitfall. Guess I have see if I want ART or Xposed....

Thanks for pointing this out.
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Hammerhead (KTU84P), rooted. I tried to turn on ART by going to "developer options" and under select runtime, select ART, then it will ask me to reboot. But after reboot, I come back to the developer options, it still shows "Dalvik".

Anyone can tell me how to turn on ART? Thanks.

XPosed does not currently support ART runtime. You're going to need to uninstall it as said above in order to utilize ART.

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Xposed is not ART compatible?

Nope. Dalvik is a "Just-in-Time" run time. This means translation of code happens at the time it happens - when it is needed to be executed. Xposed allows modules to intercept these commands and change them.

ART is not Just-in-time. It does all translation prior to the application running, which means that there is nothing for Xposed to intercept
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