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Xposed Framework - What's safe and what's not?

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17th June 2014, 06:55 PM   |  #11  
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I've had better luck with Wanam Xposed than with Gravity Box on the gs5.

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Will have to check out Wanam Exposed. I was really hoping to have lockscreen widgets again.
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Originally Posted by Jaspah

My warranty flag is still 0x0, but BootManager caused my kernel boot animation to change to the "Custom" unlocked padlock symbol.

It goes back and forth for me. Different Xposed modules will add that message to your boot sequence, but a few reboots and it should go away.
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