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10th March 2015, 12:48 PM |#11  
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So from what I read there is no xposed still for stock based roms? I tried it of corse and sure enough boot loop.

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10th March 2015, 06:49 PM |#12  
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So from what I read there is no xposed still for stock based roms? I tried it of corse and sure enough boot loop.

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Ya know what you can try.... install this app, set SeLinux to permissive, then install/flash the alpha 2 of Xposed.
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So from what I read there is no xposed still for stock based roms? I tried it of corse and sure enough boot loop.

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Ya know what you can try.... install this app, set SeLinux to permissive, then install/flash the alpha 2 of Xposed.

Make a nanoid first, as that's not likely to work. FYI, if using KT Kernel, that feature is now built in.
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Make a nanoid first, as that's not likely to work. FYI, if using KT Kernel, that feature is now built in.

I thought Rovo created an Xposed uninstaller so people did not have to restore a nandroid and they could instead just flash the Xposed Uninstaller zip?
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I thought Rovo created an Xposed uninstaller so people did not have to restore a nandroid and they could instead just flash the Xposed Uninstaller zip?

It just bootloops on Samsung devices. Here's the link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=3034811
I have no idea if the uninstaller would work, I think I read the Rovo even recommended a nanoid if you tried it.
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Make a nanoid first, as that's not likely to work. FYI, if using KT Kernel, that feature is now built in.

What feature is built in. The link to playstore?

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10th March 2015, 09:14 PM |#17  
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What feature is built in. The link to playstore?

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No if you are using ktoonz kernel it comes with kTweaker and in that app you can change kernel to permissive or enforcing

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No if you are using ktoonz kernel it comes with kTweaker and in that app you can change kernel to permissive or enforcing

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Gotcha. So in doing that xposed may work?

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Gotcha. So in doing that xposed may work?

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Not that I'm aware of for Samsung Roms

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