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16th June 2014, 06:36 PM   |  #1  
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Now that I have root on my S5, I'm dying to get this done. I just used Xposed to do the trick, but that seems like a lot of bloat for something I used to be able to do on my S3 with a patch over adb. Does anyone have a working solution for this?

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16th June 2014, 06:49 PM   |  #2  
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Now that I have root on my S5, I'm dying to get this done. I just used Xposed to do the trick, but that seems like a lot of bloat for something I used to be able to do on my S3 with a patch over adb. Does anyone have a working solution for this?

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I just posted the same question in the Q&A forum. I can't even get the Xposed to work. How did you do it? Can you use fingerprint to unlock now?
16th June 2014, 06:55 PM   |  #3  
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I just posted the same question in the Q&A forum. I can't even get the Xposed to work. How did you do it? Can you use fingerprint to unlock now?

My steps were:
Apply towelroot (reboot)
Apply SuperSu patch from link in verizon thread (reboot)
Clear all email accounts and clear app data
Download/Install xposed (reboot)
Install xposed framework (reboot)
Search for email patch in xposed modules, then install/apply module (reboot)
Open email, add account
When it came to security screen the app crashed
Load app again, works perfectly fine now.

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16th June 2014, 07:27 PM   |  #4  
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My steps were:
Apply towelroot (reboot)
Apply SuperSu patch from link in verizon thread (reboot)
Clear all email accounts and clear app data
Download/Install xposed (reboot)
Install xposed framework (reboot)
Search for email patch in xposed modules, then install/apply module (reboot)
Open email, add account
When it came to security screen the app crashed
Load app again, works perfectly fine now.

HTH,
Steve

That worked for me. I think that I missed the reboot after installing the Xposed module. While there should be an easier way, at least this works.
16th June 2014, 10:14 PM   |  #5  
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That worked for me. I think that I missed the reboot after installing the Xposed module. While there should be an easier way, at least this works.

Just my opinion, it doesn't get too much easier than this. The small issues would be nice to have resolved though.
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