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Having many problems with Xposed 2.6.X

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Default Having many problems with Xposed 2.6.X

Hello guys,

I'm having many problems since the Xposed Installer 2.6.X update on my SurfTab ventos 10.1 (Stock 4.1.1 Android) and on my Nexus 4 (AOKP 4.4.2).

Problems I can remember:
On Tablet:
- can't enable keyboard apps (after enabling it in settings, it's not enabled and after re-opening the input method settings, the checkbox isn't checked)
- can't use any keyboard app (keyboard not opening)
- apps closing randomly
- system slower
- aosp browser always saying "Page not responding"

On Nexus:
- Gmail force-close

I downgraded to 2.5.1 and everything is working fine now.

Do you also have problems?

If you need logcat/etc., PM me

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Does this happen with all modules disabled? If not, find out which module is causing these problems and report this in its support thread.
Yes. No matter if modules enabled (and which) or no modules.

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I've a nexus 5 with most modules for it and it's fine

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