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By Rennocc, Junior Member on 20th August 2014, 02:57 AM
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I just installed Alliance rom on my att gs5. For some reason it won't let me install xposed framework. Help?
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20th August 2014, 05:16 AM |#2  
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I have the same problem with gt-n8013 cyanogenmod rom
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"It won't let me install Xposed framework" how so? Any errors?
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I can't submit a screenshot of the error because I don't have many posts. But it says "Failed to create a backup of /system/bin/app_process
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There should be an error above/below that line as well? Have you tried installing Xposed via the recovery?
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It's a big error. Its a lot to type but tldr it says permission denied. No, how do I do that?
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It's a big error. Its a lot tof type but tldr it says permission denied. No, how do I do that?

Permission denied? Are you sure you're rooted (if you are, double check that the Xposed Installer is granted root permissions)?
You can install it via the recovery by changing the installation method (press the button).
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I have no idea what I did but I tried to install it again and it worked so. Thanks for trying to help but its fixed now haha.
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Having trouble with loading Netflix so discovered about the xposed fix for this problem. I tried to install xposed but got the "signature" error message which I believe tells me xposed is already installed. In my "apps", I do not have xposed listed as an installed app. Doing a file search, there are no hits on "xposed". I recently upgraded to latest Beanstalk 4.4.4. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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