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[Q] HTC One Xposer Trouble

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Post [Q] HTC One Xposer Trouble

Hey guys, just a heads up, I've been a anon on this site for a while, but had to sign up after getting some trouble to post.....

Anyways, just got a fresh root on my HTC One. And before someone asks if its fully rooted or not, yes it is. No partials here. I saved a backup just incase using twrp and have it unless I get further problem.......To the real issue.....I installed the Xposed Installer 2.6.1 apk from the link, and after installing, and opening, it says that it isn't up to date in red text and needs the framework. I attempted to update it through the app, SuperSU asks access to be granted and it reboots. I know I am supposed to hit a screen where the update, and framework is installed, but nada. After everything is back on, Xposed Installer shows the same red text as before. I have restored the backup, re-done the root, and even tried installing 2.6 and 2.5.1 They all throw up the same thing. The framework isn't installed and upon attempting, it asks for access, then promptly reboots. Any help at all would be appreciated! Thanks ahead of time!
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Sounds like HTC has protected the /system partition and reboots whenever an app tries to write to it. You could try selecting a different installation mode (via recovery) and see if that works better.
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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