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[Q] How to install BusyBox and Xposed in HTC Desire X?

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By Milind.joshi, Member on 7th April 2014, 10:19 AM
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i have HTC Desire X. i can't install busybox, my phone reboots on installing it.
i want to ask that does this flashing the zip file helps? it wont brick my cellphone right?

i got this " Root_SuperSU.1.44-Busybox.1.21.1_in_xbin-signed" and "busybox" zip file from some XDA thread, i have attached it
do i have to install busybox in my phone before going to recovery and flash the zip file?? or without installing busybox on my phone i should go to recovery and flash this zip file? they haven't mentioned anything about it in that XDA thread (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...3#post51688913)

i have attached two zip files for BusyBox, please someone check it.

i m not able to install Xposed on my HTC Desire X. after reboot app_process disappears (shown in the picture attached).

there are three modes of installation in Xposed
1. Classic (write to /system directly)
2. manually zip flash by recovery
3. automatically zip flash by recovery
what does 2 and 3 do? and how does 2 and 3 work?

i have installed xposed version 2.1.4 via flashing zip file in twrp i got from this some website (i m not allowed to post the outside link for some reason), i have attached the zip file i got from that website.
Now i want to update it to latest version but after installing lastest version (2.5 or 2.4.1), app_process doesnt get install (app_process number shows 34 in red)
is there a solution to this problem?
is there a way to get Xposed zip for latest version?

Please Help. i m noob.
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8th April 2014, 11:59 AM |#2  
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To install busybox I think u need custom kernel.

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You'll need a custom kernel?
I'm not sure but I'm sure that's the case, you can just download the "busybox" app from the PlayStore and click install.

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You'll need a custom kernel?
I'm not sure but I'm sure that's the case, you can just download the "busybox" app from the PlayStore and click install.

The sash wringing... the trash thinging... mash flinging... the flash springing, bringing the the crash thinging the...

You need to have a custom kernel for that, or install it through recovery
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You need to have a custom kernel for that, or install it through recovery

thanks for the reply.

i really dont want to play with kernel, as it may hard brick the cellphone.
i just want a safest way to install busybox.
cuz when i try to install busybox my phone reboots.
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Originally Posted by Milind.joshi

thanks for the reply.

i really dont want to play with kernel, as it may hard brick the cellphone.
i just want a safest way to install busybox.
cuz when i try to install busybox my phone reboots.

Hard bricking can happen with installing busybox too, same chance as installing kernel. You can also install busybox from recovery, you only need to find a flashable zip
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Hard bricking can happen with installing busybox too, same chance as installing kernel. You can also install busybox from recovery, you only need to find a flashable zip

i found the flashable zip, i have attached the zip file in my previous post.
i found that zip file from this link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...3#post51688913
but not sure if its working, as i have not got the reply yet on the above link.
and i m afraid to use that zip file.
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