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26th February 2020, 01:45 PM |#1111  
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sorry for noob question but where can I obtain the boot.img , I have J710MN. thanks.

As I wrote it's inside your firmware, so if you're on stock ROM download it, for example from here:
https://www.sammobile.com/samsung/ga...ware/#SM-J710F
But I'm sure there are better sources in your device's forum. If you're on a custom ROM it's the same, unpack it and extract the boot.img.
I'm not a Sammy user but I think Samsung devices have a different format but magisk can handle it.
For further information also check your devices forum.

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6th March 2020, 11:05 AM |#1112  
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Hi all,

what about a Magisk module similar to "ReceiverStop" (designe for Xposed framework up to Nougat) able to block HDMI_PLUGGED broadcast receiver?
6th March 2020, 04:04 PM |#1113  
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Hi all,

what about a Magisk module similar to "ReceiverStop" (designe for Xposed framework up to Nougat) able to block HDMI_PLUGGED broadcast receiver?

That's a typical usecase for (Ed)Xposed, not Magisk.
6th March 2020, 04:56 PM |#1114  
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That's a typical usecase for (Ed)Xposed, not Magisk.

There are problems with (Ed)Xposod on various new devices/firmwares, not working (or its modules) on some, breaking SafetyNet/GPay on the others - generally not a reliable solution anymore, hence XPosed modules are also no nore widely usable like in the glory days of SuperSU+XPosed
6th March 2020, 06:32 PM |#1115  
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There are problems with (Ed)Xposod on various new devices/firmwares, not working (or its modules) on some, breaking SafetyNet/GPay on the others - generally not a reliable solution anymore, hence XPosed modules are also no nore widely usable like in the glory days of SuperSU+XPosed

But as long as nobody is implementing a Magisk module for it and that way proofs me wrong, the answer is right.
Problems with EdXposed belong in the respective thread(s) (and yes, usually it is working on modern firm- and hardware; and Safetynet is dealt with in a Magisk module. But I miss those days too ๐Ÿ˜‰).
31st March 2020, 02:21 PM |#1116  
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There are problems with (Ed)Xposod on various new devices/firmwares, not working (or its modules) on some, breaking SafetyNet/GPay on the others - generally not a reliable solution anymore, hence XPosed modules are also no nore widely usable like in the glory days of SuperSU+XPosed

Xposed not use my divec.It's Mix2S,They were both of shutdown.

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3rd April 2020, 09:26 PM |#1117  
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Have you tried an app called Autorun Manager? It doesn't seem to have been updated in a while but it's worked for me and I always install it whenever I change roms or update or whatever. Although it's been a while since I've tried blocking certain receivers and tested to see if it blocked it correctly. And of course you need root.

Edit: I'm on an Mi Mix 2

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Hi all,

what about a Magisk module similar to "ReceiverStop" (designe for Xposed framework up to Nougat) able to block HDMI_PLUGGED broadcast receiver?

4th April 2020, 09:01 AM |#1118  
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Have you tried an app called Autorun Manager? It doesn't seem to have been updated in a while but it's worked for me and I always install it whenever I change roms or update or whatever. Although it's been a while since I've tried blocking certain receivers and tested to see if it blocked it correctly. And of course you need root.

Edit: I'm on an Mi Mix 2

Thanks for your valuable suggestion...unfortunately the "android.intent.action.HDMI_PLUGGED" I want to block is - to some extent - hidden in the system and ReceiverStop only was able to detect and block!
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