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Default XPosed Framework on Kitkat?

Hello guys,

anyone of you got XPosed Framework working with latest Z1c KitKat firmware? I tried both the XPosed Xperia test (from 4.3) and normal XPosed Framework, I can install it but it doesn't get active after a reboot.

Already missing XPrivacy So if anyone could help me that would be nice
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try 2.5 beta it works http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=9659
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xposed 2.5 beta r working here.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=51110150
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how did you root kk?
 
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how did you root kk?
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Yes, how?
With unlocked bootloader not a problem.
[D550X] CWM-Based Recovery 6.0.4.6 + ROOT for Xperia Z1 Compact {KitKat!} [20140320]
However if yours goal is to have root without unlocking bootloader then you must wait working exploit to 4.4.2 firmware.
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With unlocked bootloader not a problem.
[D550X] CWM-Based Recovery 6.0.4.6 + ROOT for Xperia Z1 Compact {KitKat!} [20140320]
However if yours goal is to have root without unlocking bootloader then you must wait working exploit to 4.4.2 firmware.
Mine is unlocked and thanks for this didn't know it was that easy
 
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Whoops! I didn't notice I was in the Z1 Compact section. I suppose you can ignore most of what I have to say here. Although the Gravity Box thing is likely still relevant.

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Yes, how?
Instructions for how to update to 4.4.2 and retain root:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2687443

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xposed 2.5 beta r working here.
Looks like the official, non-beta version was just released, and it's working on my Z1 on KitKat rooted with a locked bootloader.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=9883

UPDATE: Gravity Box for KitKat causes my phone to force close whatever app is running when I press the volume button. I'm told it's related to the option in Gravity Box to reorient the volume buttons when the device is rotated, but I get the same behavior whether or not that setting is turned on. According to the Gravity Box dev, this doesn't look likely to be fixed soon if at all. I disabled Gravity Box and everything else works.
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Whoops! I didn't notice I was in the Z1 Compact section. I suppose you can ignore most of what I have to say here. Although the Gravity Box thing is likely still relevant.





Instructions for how to update to 4.4.2 and retain root:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2687443





Looks like the official, non-beta version was just released, and it's working on my Z1 on KitKat rooted with a locked bootloader.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=9883

UPDATE: Gravity Box for KitKat causes my phone to force close whatever app is running when I press the volume button. I'm told it's related to the option in Gravity Box to reorient the volume buttons when the device is rotated, but I get the same behavior whether or not that setting is turned on. According to the Gravity Box dev, this doesn't look likely to be fixed soon if at all. I disabled Gravity Box and everything else works.
It's so sad, if GravityBox worked for KitKat on this phone I'd be so happy. I encountered the same issue as you. I'd reach for the wallet if it meant someone could fix it!
 
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Unfortunately much more xpodes modules doesn't works on KitKat.
We waiting the updates
Xperia Z1c White rooted KitSlim EVO9, Unlocked BL
Xperia V white-AOKP-CM11 nightly Root Unlocked BL
Xperia Go white .100 Root Unlocked BL

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