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Default Losing Root after installing XPosed

So, I am using PIE from jcase and everything seems to go smoothly until I install XPosed.

Once I soft-reboot in the xposed installer, the device comes back to life but then after the screen is turned off for about 1 minute or more, I lose all root privileges. Funny thing is, any root checkers I run say that my phone still has root.

I really have no idea what could be causing this.

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Why not ask in the PIE thread?

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Already talked to him. He doesn't have any clue either..

I got my B/L unlocked today and have full time root. This is no longer needed.
 
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Jcase posted he didn't want talk about Xposed, tethering, safestrap, etc... ( HERE ) in that thread... He wanted to keep it just about Pie itself.
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