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By Don Radlauer, Junior Member on 31st August 2016, 08:45 AM
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I just started seeing a problem that I thought had been fixed - and now I can't seem to find a solution myself. I had previously had Greenify working happily with the Xposed Framework, but now it has stopped doing so. Every time I enter the Xposed-based Features menu and try to enable anything, I'm taken to the Xposed Setup Guide screen, with only the "ACTIVATE MODULE, REBOOT" button enabled. This in turn takes me to the Xposed Installer; clicking on "Framework" tells me that Xposed framework version 86 (previously 85 - I tried updating but it didn't make any difference) is already active. No amount of rebooting, cache-clearing, or re-flashing seems to help. The problem appears to have re-appeared within the last week or two (I'm not sure exactly, since the only way to know there's a problem is to go into Greenify settings and check). Here are the details of my setup:

Samsung I9300
Cyanogenmod 6.0.1, 26 August 2016 "nightly" version
Greenify version 2.9 (I signed up for Beta within the last 24 hours - but I don't see any indication that I've received any Beta updates)
Xposed Installer 3.0 Alpha 4
Xposed Framework V86-sdk23-arm

The only thing I see in the Xposed log that seems at all helpful is this:

Loading modules from /data/app/com.oasisfeng.greenify-2/base.apk
File does not exist

Anyone have any ideas about what's going wrong here?

Thanks in advance for any light you can shed!
 
 
31st August 2016, 12:18 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by Don Radlauer

I just started seeing a problem that I thought had been fixed - and now I can't seem to find a solution myself. I had previously had Greenify working happily with the Xposed Framework, but now it has stopped doing so. Every time I enter the Xposed-based Features menu and try to enable anything, I'm taken to the Xposed Setup Guide screen, with only the "ACTIVATE MODULE, REBOOT" button enabled. This in turn takes me to the Xposed Installer; clicking on "Framework" tells me that Xposed framework version 86 (previously 85 - I tried updating but it didn't make any difference) is already active. No amount of rebooting, cache-clearing, or re-flashing seems to help. The problem appears to have re-appeared within the last week or two (I'm not sure exactly, since the only way to know there's a problem is to go into Greenify settings and check). Here are the details of my setup:

Samsung I9300
Cyanogenmod 6.0.1, 26 August 2016 "nightly" version
Greenify version 2.9 (I signed up for Beta within the last 24 hours - but I don't see any indication that I've received any Beta updates)
Xposed Installer 3.0 Alpha 4
Xposed Framework V86-sdk23-arm

The only thing I see in the Xposed log that seems at all helpful is this:

Loading modules from /data/app/com.oasisfeng.greenify-2/base.apk
File does not exist

Anyone have any ideas about what's going wrong here?

Thanks in advance for any light you can shed!

Though I don't have any solutions for you, I note from Xposed log that for me what is loaded is "/data/app/com.oasisfeng.greenify-1/base.apk". I don't know why it searches for greenify-2 for you whereas it loads greenify-1 for me. There is no reference to greenify-2 in my log. Further, the file in /data/app/ is named com.oasisfeng.greenify-1 for me and it contains the base.apk file.

Does this info help you in any way?
2nd September 2016, 02:17 PM |#3  
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Please avoid greenifying Xposed app, this may lead to the issue above.
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30th January 2019, 03:08 AM |#4  
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Hey buddy, it's just simple.
Follow the steps:

1.Go to xposed framework app.
2. Go to modules. (From menu at right top corner)
3.Then just enable greenify.
Comment me if it solved your problem.
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