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By itandy, Senior Member on 16th February 2015, 04:23 AM
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I tried to install xposed-arm-20150213b.zip (by drag and drop) in Genymotion Android 5.0 VM, but when I run the new installer, it says the framework is not installed at all.

Anyone is able to do that?
 
 
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I tried to install xposed-arm-20150213b.zip (by drag and drop) in Genymotion Android 5.0 VM, but when I run the new installer, it says the framework is not installed at all.

Anyone is able to do that?

It's expected, as xposed on Lollipop is now only works on ARMv7 (and I believe Genymotion should be x86)
And flashing xposed in Genymotion Android 5.0 VM actually seems to corrupt some very important parts of ART (I've tried it myself). After flashing you won't be able to install any app anymore (luckily it's a VM so I can start from scratch again). I don't think anyone should be flashing xposed on Genymotion for the time being.
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16th February 2015, 06:44 PM |#3  
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I'm using Genymotion myself, and it's working if compiled for x86. However, I can't even catch up with issues on ARM at the moment, so I would like to postpone posting the binaries for x86 and arm64 until the dust has settled a bit.
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I'm using Genymotion myself, and it's working if compiled for x86. However, I can't even catch up with issues on ARM at the moment, so I would like to postpone posting the binaries for x86 and arm64 until the dust has settled a bit.

Xposed for Genymotion would speed up module adaption, so it would be great if it could happen. Not too happy with KitKat on my SGS2 right now... Some more stability+some Xposed fixes and I will be fine, but would like to update one module for others.
But everything has its time...
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I'm using Genymotion myself, and it's working if compiled for x86. However, I can't even catch up with issues on ARM at the moment, so I would like to postpone posting the binaries for x86 and arm64 until the dust has settled a bit.

Does it work with houdini without native binary for x86?
I want to try it on my ASUS ZenFone 6 running 5.0 lollipop.
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I'm using Genymotion myself, and it's working if compiled for x86. However, I can't even catch up with issues on ARM at the moment, so I would like to postpone posting the binaries for x86 and arm64 until the dust has settled a bit.

Any update on a working version for Genymotion?

Thanks!
14th July 2015, 12:50 AM |#7  
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Any update on a working version for Genymotion?

Thanks!

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14th July 2015, 09:38 AM |#8  
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Tried GenyFlash ?

Yes, I can finally use Xposed on Genymotion using the latest x86 version.
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Tried GenyFlash ?

Yup! Been loving it. No more waiting 30 seconds to try something out. No more going crazy and re-evaluating because I don't know if its gonna work or not. I can install and test in 5 seconds
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