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By mhannah3333, Member on 11th February 2014, 02:12 PM
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Every time i reboot i get the "android is updating, optimizing apps" screen. Is this an effect of the xposed framework and is it necessary that occurs every time i reboot? Its kinda starting to get annoying. Thanks in advance for the replies.

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11th February 2014, 02:33 PM |#2  
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Every time i reboot i get the "android is updating, optimizing apps" screen. Is this an effect of the xposed framework and is it necessary that occurs every time i reboot? Its kinda starting to get annoying. Thanks in advance for the replies.

Btw. Im running 4.3 stock TW mk2

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No that's not needed everytime you reboot. Xposed itself shouldn't be doing it. Are you running any mods that are wiping Dalvic cache on every reboot?

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11th February 2014, 02:40 PM |#3  
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Im running the wanam module. Is that what's causing it? It only optimizes 62 apps on startup. When i use safestrap to wipe dalvik it then optimizes 250+apps.

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Im running the wanam module. Is that what's causing it? It only optimizes 62 apps on startup. When i use safestrap to wipe dalvik it then optimizes 250+apps.

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Well I can't be certain really. Maybe it'd be worth disabling whatever modules you are running and rebooting to see what happens. I'd try doing that then possibly going into SS and clearing all caches again. Reboot once more with modules disabled and see. At least then you may be able to rule xposed out. I haven't used wanam in a while so I don't know it there's an option that describes what you're going through.

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Originally Posted by mhannah3333

Every time i reboot i get the "android is updating, optimizing apps" screen. Is this an effect of the xposed framework and is it necessary that occurs every time i reboot? Its kinda starting to get annoying. Thanks in advance for the replies.

Btw. Im running 4.3 stock TW mk2

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One of the modified Wallet hacks did that to my phone. The APK was deodexed so it triggered the "android is updating" every boot IIRC.
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11th February 2014, 03:59 PM |#6  
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One of the modified Wallet hacks did that to my phone. The APK was deodexed so it triggered the "android is updating" every boot IIRC.

Thats gotta be my problem then. What did you do to fix it?

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11th February 2014, 05:00 PM |#7  
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Thats gotta be my problem then. What did you do to fix it?

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I uninstalled the Wallet apk.
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