Announcement: Xposed Framework v2.5+ comes with an option to flash its own install zip via recovery, making my package obsolete. I'll leave them up for posterity; could be useful should the need arise for downgrading on some devices. Cheers all! 10000 downloads is pretty cool.
Xposed Framework v2.2+ has fixed JB4.3 installation and v2.4+
has added support for KK4.4, but for those that still want it, or cannot
install via the APK due to /system write protection like HTC's S-ON, here is an updated zip frontend method for installing the framework; now for Xposed Framework v2.4.1
You MUST have the Xposed Installer APK installed FIRST. The zip will detect if you do not and stop.
Flash this in recovery and my frontend script (the update-binary) will detect the correct architecture and SDK version to use the appropriate Xposed app_process and busybox builds (x86, armv5, v6 and v7 & sdk 15 and 16+ supported), and should detect the uid of the Xposed Installer APK on-the-fly and set up the required files with it.
It leaves a log behind in /data/local/tmp/xposed-log.txt either way with more details about how it went.
It also unpacks Xposed-Disabler-Recovery.zip to /sdcard/ (or /sdcard/0/ if it exists) to be as close to the APK install method as possible. For those wanting another method to reactivate after a ROM update or toggle Xposed disabled/enabled, @amishxda
has also created a cool "Xposed toggler" zip here
Note: Xposed Framework files and the install.sh used are the work of @rovo89
; I have only created a recovery flashable zip to function as an alternative frontend for the framework installation process. I take no credit for their fantastic work.
P.S. If you found this handy then please check out my Odds and Ends thread
for more flashable goodness.
5351 downloads of v2.1.4 when removed. 1049 downloads of v2.2 when removed.