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[Q] no way to install xposed framework on moto g

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By petervil, Junior Member on 24th August 2014, 03:29 AM
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Guys i have a moto g, running 4.4.4 stock android and i cant find the way to install the xposed framework.

When i click on install/update it installs correctly but when y reboot it just goes to boot loop, i tried all the installs methods, via recovery, manually and all xposed versions and nothing changes. after flashing the xposed disabler zip i get the green 54 on XposedBridge.jar and the red -- on app_process.

at first i was running 4.4.3 but i updated to 4.4.4 via OTA to see if i was able to solve it but nothing.

I have the boorloader unlockd, i run the root cheker i dont know whats going wrong

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24th August 2014, 04:41 AM |#2  
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Dalvik?
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Dalvik?

you mean wipe dalvik cache?? i wipe them many times and nothing
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you mean wipe dalvik cache?? i wipe them many times and nothing

No, he means if you are using Dalvik or ART? Xposed framework doesn't work with ART runtime.
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Im using dalvik!

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25th August 2014, 05:34 AM |#6  
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Root
Have you verified Root access since you installed the OTA update?
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Yes it still works

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Yes it still works

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Have you verified Root access since you installed the OTA update?

4.4.4 fixes the root exploit. Are you sure you still have root access?

If you can't install Xposed after running the tool, you don't have temporary write access and Xposed won't work.
However if you still can root, this is an issue with the root and not Xposed. Check the TowelPieRoot forum post.

P.S.
AFAIK the dev doesn't have a Moto G to test the exploit on, so it's not officially working on that device.
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