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Can anyone help me out on this black screen I'm getting now after updating Xposed to 2.6/2.6.1

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Does this happen with all modules disabled? If not, find out which module is causing this and ask for help in its support thread.
EDIT: if you can't access the Xposed Installer, check the FAQ for info on how to temporarily disable all modules or the framework.
 
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Yeah, I disabled all of them. I also tried reinstalling the rom, it happen after I installed the 2.6 update from Xposed. I'm not really sure what else to do.

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I'm not 100% sure on that but I am a little nervous about uninstalling it, the last time I did that I had to wipe my phone and it was a pain. I'm working off of a Mac so I'm limited on what I can do. I do k ow that I have not added anything since I was on Xposed 2.5

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Just to make sure Xposed is causing this, does this still happen if your uninstall the framework?
i can confirm its Xposed (v2.6.1) causing the problem as my friend using HTC One X is also having screen problem (the entire screen is fuzz) (Xposed v2.5 is working fine for him until he updated to v2.6.1)

after uninstalling the framework (not the app) the screen is working fine again

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xposed v2.6.1 working fine on moto x

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Hey huys having the same problem but how to uninstall framework ? my screen is black like say i can see the notification bars but the touch is not working is there a way uninstalling it?
 
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Hey huys having the same problem but how to uninstall framework ? my screen is black like say i can see the notification bars but the touch is not working is there a way uninstalling it?
reboot your phone... while its booting, spam press Power / Volume button when you see the splash logo, it should vibrate twice. if it doesnt vibrate twice, reboot and try again.

if your phone did vibrate twice, continue spamming until a long vibrate, it means Xposed is disabled.

if your phone vibrates when pressing the buttons, its disabling Xposed Framework.
if your phone is not vibrating, reboot and try again.

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Just to make sure Xposed is causing this, does this still happen if your uninstall the framework?
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Looks really strange. I understood that you already tested that this even happens without any modules, but not if you downgrade or uninstall the framework. Correct?

Could you please try if the "disable resources API" setting in the installer makes any difference?
Tired of updating your mod for every new ROM release?
You want give users the possibility to combine different mods without creating tons of different files for all possible combinations?
Then have a look at my Xposed framework - modifications without APK changes!

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