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[Q] HTC Desire 816 - SOLVED.

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By emompong, Senior Member on 23rd June 2014, 10:43 PM
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Hello,

Please advise us as several HTC Desire 816 users wanted to use Xposed framework.
We can get root (not sure if full access) but we cannot install busybox that prevents us from using this awesome mod.

Can anyone clarify why? or any resolution? Thanks in advance.
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24th June 2014, 01:15 AM |#2  
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Have you checked the FAQ?

Thank you, I have checked this, though im not sure if this will solve the problem. Gonna try it as well, install as normal APK?
My device is currently S-ON, cannot find how of though, or not sure if that's need in order to use the mod.

thank you buddy, if this will work, im sure many of my fellow users will use this
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S-ON

Read this. (@rovo89: S-On should be in the FAQ IMO.)
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Read this. (@rovo89: S-On should be in the FAQ IMO.)

Thanks, Im new to this xposed module though, glad you spent time helping me. Hopefully it will work. backing up now.


UPDATE: @GermainZ
Installed the busy box binaries from your link, and tried to update/install the framework, rebooted. no luck.

Im confused about this line on "Use installation via recovery" from the original thread of xpose.

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If app_process jumped back to an older version (or none at all), you probably have a ROM with S-On or similar, which reverts any changes to /system after a reboot. Use installation via recovery in such cases.

thanks in advance.
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@GermainZ, I got it working with S-ON, but not by the above instructions though. Thanks!

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Well, Tungstwenty has implemented something in 2.6 that checks whether the app_process file has been reset to an older or unpatched version. If that's the case, there will be a warning in the installer tab, recommending to try installation via recovery... We thought that this kind of "information push" would reduce the number of questions about S-On...
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Well, Tungstwenty has implemented something in 2.6 that checks whether the app_process file has been reset to an older or unpatched version. If that's the case, there will be a warning in the installer tab, recommending to try installation via recovery... We thought that this kind of "information push" would reduce the number of questions about S-On...

Thank you. The solution I found was by installing "Busy Box on Rails" on playstore and yeah, by using the second option on the Xposed Installer, which is to flash zip via recovery. It did worked!
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