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[Mod][Xposed] Amplify - Battery Extender - Control alarms, services, and wakelocks

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Yesterday, 10:06 PM |#5221  
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Originally Posted by gets0ul

What are the steps to safely remove this Amplify module?
Do I have to clear data first or just uninstall will be fine?
I want to test my battery life without it.

Just uninstall and reboot. Or you can uncheck it in the Xposed Modules view, then reboot.
Yesterday, 10:59 PM |#5222  
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So let me get this straight!
Amplify has some problems working on Samsung TouchWiz roms? I also have S5 with arter97's deodexed rom.

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---------- Post added at 11:59 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:55 PM ----------

Ah! As Wakelocks Detector doesn't work on my Samsung S5, how can I detects wakelocks?
Any other app?
Tnx again.

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Amplify doesn't seem to be blocking any wakelocks/alarms on my HTC One M9; is it compatible with ARM64 devices?
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