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Works like a charm, many thanks for this!

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Thank you so much for this! The instructions on the actual gapps thread were really spartan, and not helpful at all for those of us who are new to safestrap.
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Everything has worked perfect except when I install HDXPosed1.1apk it installs but the app is no where to be found and unable to be opened after install. Any suggestions on why it's doing this?
 
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Everything has worked perfect except when I install HDXPosed1.1apk it installs but the app is no where to be found and unable to be opened after install. Any suggestions on why it's doing this?
Check the cloud section of the Kindle app.

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Check the cloud section of the Kindle app.

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It's not there either.
Sorry, that's just a module. Go in Xposed and just check it under the modules.

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Sorry, that's just a module. Go in Xposed and just check it under the modules.

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Got it I forgot to install the framework first lol!
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I have been using this Rom on a daily basis since the tutorial was posted -- and have added a number of apps and customized to my personal preferences. I've had no issues at all -- with either Amazon or Google apps & services! THANKS once again to all who've contributed!

PS: for convenient switching between launchers, this works well for me: installed Apex launcher with its tablet UI - and set it as default launcher. I have the Kindle "Home" icon (shortcut to stock launcher) on my homescreen - hitting that goes instantly to the stock Kindle homescreen - and hitting the device's home button will get me back to Apex/android.
 
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Default Optimum error

This seems to break Optimum application for anyone on Cablevision Cable network.

I get "Error" "There appears to be a problem with the Optimum app. Press OK to close the App then try again. OK".

For now, I am going back to original stock rom with your original gapps instructions, but I get those pop ups about google services stopped.

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