Originally Posted by egingell
Not directly. I inferred it from a few posts regarding batch updates and/or bandwidth. If I'm wrong, I apologize for being presumptuous.
It depends on what the goal is. I could imagine initiating downloads of the latest versions for a list of modules. That wouldn't be different traffic-wise than downloading all of them manually. You would still see the standard app installation screen for all of them, then you have to activate them and reboot.
That's different from background updates, where an installation popup would be highly disruptive. Also the fact that you still have to reboot afterwards would make them less useful. And you would miss out the changelog, which might contain required manual steps for some modules. Traffic would increase because of update checks running even when the user doesn't start the app. The changes described in the first post are one step to reduce traffic, maybe the leaves enough room for at least update notifications.
Tired of updating your mod for every new ROM release?
You want give users the possibility to combine different mods without creating tons of different files for all possible combinations?
Then have a look at my Xposed framework
- modifications without APK changes!