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By Anderson2, Senior Member on 24th January 2014, 02:40 PM
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26th January 2014, 11:30 AM |#21  
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Aha! You're a genius! I think we're getting somewhere now. Yes, I have Xposed, GravityBox, and XPrivacy installed and running.

Should I uninstall them?
Where do I find xposed_disabler zip?

I'll start searching for xposed_disabler but would appreciate any pointers.

Also, this may have nothing to do with this, but when I searched for key loggers I got this message (I ignored} :

I doubt xposed will give you that trouble,but it's recommended to disable it. I always forget to disable the framework but never had problems flashing.
 
 
26th January 2014, 11:51 AM |#22  
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Thank you.
I solved the problem by restoring to an early nandroid and updating from there. So all is well.
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