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By I Dragon, Member on 15th April 2015, 02:03 PM
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Here everyone working Busybox for HTC 820

Download it and Flash it through Custom Recovery. (TWRP or CWM)

Credit Goes to [email protected]
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11th November 2015, 03:27 AM |#2  
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will it run on rooted htc d820u lillipop device?
13th May 2016, 07:03 AM |#3  
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Now in marshmallow after rooting you can use Busybox from Play Store. SuperSU in version 2.65 is enabling file system overlay and you can modify /system/xbin dir.

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13th May 2016, 09:58 AM |#4  
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Now in marshmallow after rooting you can use Busybox from Play Store. SuperSU in version 2.65 is enabling file system overlay and you can modify /system/xbin dir.

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Latest SuperSU uses system-less root and I don't think you can write to /system/xbin from MM (in 820).

Install busybox from recovery...
13th May 2016, 11:26 AM |#5  
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Read what I wrote earlier. SuperSU creates layer on /system/xbin path. You can write files in this path but changes really is saved in /su/xbin_bind. System path /system/xbin is not really modified. Read >> http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=64161125
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A poor man's overlay is used on /system/xbin. We are creating a copy of /system/xbin in /su/xbin_bind, adding a symlink to /su/bin/su there, then mounting the entire thing on top of the original /system/xbin. This is likely to fix some compatibility issues with some apps, without actually modifying /system

13th May 2016, 02:54 PM |#6  
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... SuperSU creates layer on /system/xbin path. You can write files in this path but changes really is saved in /su/xbin_bind ....

My friend, I suppose there is a misinterpretation of chainfire's concept. The idea is, transparently placing files in /system BUT without modifying the actual partition. Pls take a look once again...
"We are creating a copy of /system/xbin in /su/xbin_bind, adding a symlink to /su/bin/su there, then mounting the entire thing on top of the original /system/xbin"
13th May 2016, 03:08 PM |#7  
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That I was said I think that you misinterpretation my words. Word 'layer' makes big diffrence
3rd June 2016, 08:31 AM |#8  
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newer/alternate versions (flashable) can be found here and here. they both work well for me.
3rd March 2017, 03:22 PM |#9  
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I have rooted my htc 820pi kitkat. Now I want to install custom recovery. But, not finding any way. Can you please help me.
6th March 2017, 07:46 PM |#10  
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Xposed for HTC 820pi
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Originally Posted by I Dragon

Here everyone working Busybox for HTC 820

Download it and Flash it through Custom Recovery. (TWRP or CWM)

Credit Goes to [email protected]



Hello dear, I am a HTC 820pi user running in Android 4.4.2. I have rooted my phone but couldn't install any custom recovery. Is it possible to install xposed framework in my rooted phone? Mind it, no custom recovery is installed in my phone!!!!
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