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29th March 2017, 12:14 PM |#21  
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Go easy on the guy... He's obviously new and inexperienced and probably here to learn...

@mvarejao You should probably do a whole lot of reading before continuing.

Go to your device forums. You'll most likely find a lot of useful information there, among other things threads like this (where you'll find lots of resources and reading material): https://forum.xda-developers.com/red...-roll-t3528728

Thanks for the help. I'm going to read carefully that information.
 
 
29th March 2017, 12:36 PM |#22  
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Imagine if you had like 5+ OPs where you got the same 5 questions asked every single day.

First unnoficial rule of XDA is to always read OP, next is to know how to use XDA, third is to know how to install zips among other files.

It's not exactly rocket surgery. I can try to help as I can but imagine having to do script changes between like 13 zips and then then ALSO having to hold people's hand because they don't know how to read an OP, update notes, tell me "does not work" with no logs or info, or don't know any known issues with Magisk or mods. I don't have time to hold everyone's hand because AFAIK we are all adults and should know how to read, do research, and use a search function.

Trust me, I know how it can be.

But, if you have the time to write a snide comment, you've got the time to point a new user in the right direction instead...
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Go easy on the guy... He's obviously new and inexperienced and probably here to learn...

@mvarejao You should probably do a whole lot of reading before continuing.

Go to your device forums. You'll most likely find a lot of useful information there, among other things threads like this (where you'll find lots of resources and reading material): https://forum.xda-developers.com/red...-roll-t3528728

And there are Magisk threads all over the place! I have flashed a bunch of modules, swapped in as many inverted apps as possible as well as stock camera, Pixel and camera AND the Snapdragon camera AND gallery..that might be jamming me,up a bit. I am upgrading then returning for questions...

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You wont need it anymore i only enabled permissive because of my mods i wont need it after this

Is it possible that loading up too many modules and extras is causing a conflict? I am going to upgrade my software now and hopefully if a certain install order matters, please PM me. Many thanks!
29th March 2017, 08:57 PM |#24  
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Hi, I'm getting a bootloop when I'm flashing v2.3 deep buffer remover

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Seems it's related to magisk not the module. If i install everything one by one after reboot it works fine. Thanks for the development
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bootloop on pixel

Do you have the magisk version modified for pixels? Logs?
30th March 2017, 11:03 PM |#27  
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How come when I try to install my own module through topjohnwu's template it messes with your sound mod? V4A driver and Dolby libs are gone when I run my module. I made my module to utilize DNSCrypt connections but the files i use aren't sound libs and such.
31st March 2017, 05:23 AM |#28  
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How come when I try to install my own module through topjohnwu's template it messes with your sound mod? V4A driver and Dolby libs are gone when I run my module. I made my module to utilize DNSCrypt connections but the files i use aren't sound libs and such.

No ideas man. Sounds like a compatibility issue with Magisk, which may have adverse effects with certain mods together. If you look at my code, you'll see nothing out of the ordinary.
31st March 2017, 05:27 AM |#29  
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Upcoming features of AudModLib are to increase script efficiency and cut the fat, improve scripts by integrating the most compatible code, add mixer_path files for mods like phone speaker/stereo mods, as well as integrate any other suggestions for my framework that developers may suggest to make things easier and better for them. I'm always looking for feedback.

AudModLib aims to provide seamless integration between different developers as well as reduces the amount of pain you guys have when installing modules.

While I don't officially support modules line the Ainur who ARISE, or anyone else who uses my library, I welcome anyone who wants to learn more or seek more information on how this can help them moving forward.
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Hey, so I'm kind of confused as to what this module does.

Could it be used to modify specific lines in audio_policy.conf through magisk?
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SystemUI crash on boot for me. Nexus 6P. Uninstaller would've been amazing right now.
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