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1)Does using xposed modules affect the performance of your phone!?

2)Does "per app dpi" module work well in kitkat 4.4.2?

3)Is it recommended to even restore the xposed framework+modules via titanium after flashing a "different" rom?

4)Why does fixing permission restore the modifications done via xposed to some apps?

5)are the modification codes injected into the rom or they run over it(sorry if i sound like a noob,i am one)?
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1)Does using xposed modules affect the performance of your phone!?

2)Does "per app dpi" module work well in kitkat 4.4.2?

3)Is it recommended to even restore the xposed framework+modules via titanium after flashing a "different" rom?

4)Why does fixing permission restore the modifications done via xposed to some apps?

5)are the modification codes injected into the rom or they run over it(sorry if i sound like a noob,i am one)?
1) for some people for no known reason

2) yes, app settings

3) Same as any other app restore. Who cares, do what you want

4) Didn't know it did. "fix permissions" is not a good thing to do. Avoid it at all costs

5) Read the xposed thread. they are not injected (thats the whole point)
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1) for some people for no known reason

2) yes, app settings

3) Same as any other app restore. Who cares, do what you want

4) Didn't know it did. "fix permissions" is not a good thing to do. Avoid it at all costs

5) Read the xposed thread. they are not injected (thats the whole point)
I will surely read it.. thanks for getting back!
btw fixing permissions is bad... i did it quite often!
and at times it does help me when i have fcs!

Btw when i restored the entire xposed thing after i recently flashed slim (after coming from stock) some changes offered by gravity box didnt work well i probably think it may be some compatibility issues!
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I will surely read it.. thanks for getting back!
btw fixing permissions is bad... i did it quite often!
and at times it does help me when i have fcs!

Btw when i restored the entire xposed thing after i recently flashed slim (after coming from stock) some changes offered by gravity box didnt work well i probably think it may be some compatibility issues!
Xposed runs on top, not changing code. Gravity box only supports pure AOSP. The code Gravity box changes is not the same if not AOSP so some things work, some do not.

Dont fix permissions. Recovery doesnt know what permissions should be so it guesses. Bad
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