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Question [Q] Is using Xposed with pie temp root possible?

Each time I try to do it, I get an error and if I don't get the error Android OS crashes.
Can anyone confirm working on 4.4.2 Verizon locked bootloader with pie root?
 
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I got the framework downloaded. Couldn't get the modules to download though. Google was also having trouble syncing. I dunno if it was from the framework, but when I uninstalled it, things returned to normal.
 
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I got the framework downloaded. Couldn't get the modules to download though. Google was also having trouble syncing. I dunno if it was from the framework, but when I uninstalled it, things returned to normal.
How'd you get the framework to end up downloading?
 
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How'd you get the framework to end up downloading?
Id post a link if I could, but over at cricketusers .com there is a temp root thread under moto g forum. Near the end of the op it has directions to get xposed framework installed. Basically... Temp root, check with root checker, try installing framework once, normal reboot, reroot, recheck root, try again reinstalling framework and it magically works. Just be sure to soft boot after it finally installs.

(Edit) -just saw that you're using Verizon...it may not work, as I'm using cricket which has an att boot loader preventing the unlock...hell, give it a try though if you don't think you'll get a brick.
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Id post a link if I could, but over at cricketusers .com there is a temp root thread under moto g forum. Near the end of the op it has directions to get xposed framework installed. Basically... Temp root, check with root checker, try installing framework once, normal reboot, reroot, recheck root, try again reinstalling framework and it magically works. Just be sure to soft boot after it finally installs.

(Edit) -just saw that you're using Verizon...it may not work, as I'm using cricket which has an att boot loader preventing the unlock...hell, give it a try though if you don't think you'll get a brick.
thanks <3 I'll try it tomorrow
 
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edit.. nvm i see it's patched for 4.4.4
 
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i'm on 4.4.2

update;

when i try to install xposed i don't even get the error
Android just crashes on me
any suggestions?

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