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Hey check out xposed module s-view cover mods for note 3.. mohammadAG already make xposed module for this. Just support 4.4.2 n need to buy key for full function

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Hi.
Can anyone tell me if it is possible to run the s-view apk on a non touchwiz rom?
If so, how?
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Originally Posted by vonerk View Post
@ohitsham

With root explorer check owner and permissions on android.policy.odex . Owner should be root,root .Permissions should be all three reads checked , only top write checked, and no executes should be checked. Hope this works for you. android.policy.odex controls transparency.
it says Permissions change was not successful. Please note that some file systems
(E.G. SD cards) do not allow permission changes

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With root explorer check owner and permissions on android.policy.odex . Owner should be root,root .Permissions should be all three reads checked , only top write checked, and no executes should be checked. Hope this works for you. android.policy.odex controls transparency.
i moved the android.policy.odex to a different location and tried the permissions. it worked but after when i copied it to the framework folder it crashed my phone again. The permissions didnt help with the crashing of the android.policy.odex file. The moment i copy the android.policy.odex it crashes and i have to flash out of the samsung logo
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