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[FRAMEWORK ONLY!] Xposed - ROM modding without modifying APKs (2.5.1)(12.04.2014)

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Got a question will this apk mod work with stock rooted note 2 t889 Im full stock no rom flashing just rooted I want to make sure I dont brick my phone or mess anything up does anyone know????
Should work. As always with modifications, I recommend to create a backup just in case.

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Hey
Wondering if you could help -
When entering xposed app settings and searching for an app to change the xposed app crashes.

Running the latest version 14/02/13 on rooted S3 with cfdroid 13.1 rom (based on xxema2)

Of coursr ive installed the framework and enabled app settings modulean rebooted.
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1. Please have a look at the first post.
2. Someone reported a similar problem here. Please check if updating to version 0.2 helps, otherwise reply there.
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Default Re: [FRAMEWORK] Xposed - ROM modding without modifying APKs/flashing (2.1.2)(05.02.20

Hey,
Im running the latest framework 2.1.2
Also tried to rrmove and reinstall with no luck.

About the 1st post- what exactly to look for there?
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In this thread, I'm presenting a framework which gives you the possibility to modify your ROM - without modifying any APK (developers) or flashing (users)!

Please don't use this thread for problems with modules or questions related to anything but the Xposed framework and its installer!
Oh, and with the version: I was referring to App Settings, version 0.2.
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Default Re: [FRAMEWORK] Xposed - ROM modding without modifying APKs/flashing (2.1.2)(05.02.20

Oh really sorry then
Tried updating to 0.2 but still no luck
Can you please direct me to the correct thread to report the problem?
Thanks for all your help

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I did already, see above. Please also provide a logcat there, at least of the section around the crash. A few lines of context could help.
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Thanks
How do i pull logcat? Got no idea

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Using app with DPI module on Nexus 4 with Xylon ROM. Works fine so far. The reason why I got this app is the market compatibility issue, not sure if it will fix it since I noticed its switching DPI second after I open market. My system DPI is 260, market obviously at 320

EDIT: yep, just as I thought, changing market DPI to 320 doesnt fix issues because it still thinks its at 260. This is not the case with Paranoid Android ROM. I suppose their method of changing DPI is different then

EDIT: Gonna try "All apps in Play Store" module
I was able to fix my Play Store DPI issues, configured the following services to run as 240dpi (which is my phone default):
com.google.android.gms (GmsCore.apk)
com.android.vending (Phonesky.apk)
com.google.android.gsf (GoogleServicesFramework.apk)

Now I can change DPI in build.prop and Play Store will still work... No longer need the Multi DPI modded Play Store (it was causing me other problems, more details here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2#post38102192 )

Another big thanks to Xposed, once again it saved me, like in other apps that doesn't like DPI changed.
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Good luck with that. For me, it switched back after some time... then again, I didn't really modify the DPI, but the places where I think it was used and sent to Google. Maybe completely changing the DPI works better.
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I was able to fix my Play Store DPI issues, configured the following services to run as 240dpi (which is my phone default):
com.google.android.gms (GmsCore.apk)
com.android.vending (Phonesky.apk)
com.google.android.gsf (GoogleServicesFramework.apk)

Now I can change DPI in build.prop and Play Store will still work... No longer need the Multi DPI modded Play Store (it was causing me other problems, more details here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2#post38102192 )

Another big thanks to Xposed, once again it saved me, like in other apps that doesn't like DPI changed.
Thanks you for your suggestion mate!! Let us know if it works or not! Too bad that store at lower dpis looks huge. I hope that someone will come up with an effective and easy solution to this problem with altered dpis!

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Galaxy Note II N7100 | Alliance ROM | 240 dpi
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this could be a shot in the dark, but is there a way to make an apk to hide the status bar clock?

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