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23rd May 2015, 05:58 AM |#291  
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Have ypu tried changing the text color and reboot?

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Yup!
Changed it to 2 different colours (red and blue) and it was originally on black.
Still the same.

Let me know which log is best to post and I will attach it.
 
 
23rd May 2015, 12:11 PM |#292  
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Xposed log and Android log should show the same information (few exceptions) but the Xposed log is the easiest to get. So it does not really matter which log you will attach as long as you attach one

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23rd May 2015, 06:58 PM |#293  
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I cleared the Xposed log, and then tried to view my WiFi password, then I tried to change the text colour and view the password again, this is the log that came from it:

05-23 18:54:53.393 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.WiFiKeyView#handleLoadPackage (LoadPackageParam)) WiFiKeyView is hooking methods...
05-23 18:54:55.345 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.hooks.LongPressNetworkHook#af terHookedMethod(MethodHookParam)) Injecting context menu item...
05-23 18:54:56.916 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.hooks.LongPressNetworkClicked Hook#afterHookedMethod(MethodHookParam)) Context menu show password clicked
05-23 18:54:57.679 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:54:57.680 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:54:57.680 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:54:57.681 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:55:03.221 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.hooks.LongPressNetworkHook#af terHookedMethod(MethodHookParam)) Injecting context menu item...
05-23 18:55:04.364 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.hooks.LongPressNetworkClicked Hook#afterHookedMethod(MethodHookParam)) Context menu show password clicked
05-23 18:55:04.971 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:55:04.972 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:55:04.972 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:55:04.973 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:55:23.673 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.hooks.LongPressNetworkHook#af terHookedMethod(MethodHookParam)) Injecting context menu item...
05-23 18:55:24.710 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.hooks.LongPressNetworkClicked Hook#afterHookedMethod(MethodHookParam)) Context menu show password clicked
05-23 18:55:25.323 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:55:25.324 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:55:25.324 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM
05-23 18:55:25.324 I/Xposed ( 8528): WiFiKeyView (com.whd.wifikeyview.network.NetworkParser#parse(L ist<String>)) Unknown key in supplicant file: SIM_NUM

Hope this is some help, if not I also have the catlog app so can pull a log from that too.
23rd May 2015, 07:31 PM |#294  
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This looks pretty normal... The only error produced is a unknown supplicant key, but those errors will be ignored.

Can you open the shared preferences file from /data/data/com.whd.wifikeyview and verify the chosen color is there after rebooting? If so, I need to look further into this.

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23rd May 2015, 08:57 PM |#295  
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/sgzqk3nvz5...ences.xml?dl=0

There u go.
I'm really not sure what's going on with it, hope this helps.
24th May 2015, 05:07 AM |#296  
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Your color is -1, I do not know why, you may try to edit the XML and try some integers, with a reboot the color should change

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24th May 2015, 07:30 AM |#297  
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Your color is -1, I do not know why, you may try to edit the XML and try some integers, with a reboot the color should change

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I'm sorry if I sound stupid, but how would I do that?? I've never got into XML editing so have no experience doing it.
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As I assume you have root, just download a SharedPreferences editor from the play store or somewhere and go to wifikeyview (it only has on pref file), there edit the text color (-1 at your device)

If you do not want to download an app, it is an XML file, a root text editor is enough to change it (also copy to PC and put it back later is possible)

But this is temporary, I need to take a look on this before I can say anything about what could have gone wrong.

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As I assume you have root, just download a SharedPreferences editor from the play store or somewhere and go to wifikeyview (it only has on pref file), there edit the text color (-1 at your device)

If you do not want to download an app, it is an XML file, a root text editor is enough to change it (also copy to PC and put it back later is possible)

But this is temporary, I need to take a look on this before I can say anything about what could have gone wrong.

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Ok, I did what u said, and got an editor. I saw that it said -1 so I changed it to 1 and then when I went into the app again the colour picker was set to transparent and couldn't be changed.
It then started changing the number to loads of different numbers, all with a - before them.
I uninstalled the module, and reinstalled it just in case it was something to do with s bad install but the same is still happening.

Not sure what else I can do for u now everything else is working, so like I said before, i can copy the key and paste it somewhere else to view or send, just can't see it on the screen.
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