Originally Posted by Dew Me
I've been afraid of installing EdExposed for fear of not being able to pass SafetyNet for banking apps.
Is this a logical fear?
Cuz I really would like to use this AOD.
This is a completely rational to fear. I manage to get it to pass by installing this via Magisk
activate via edexposed
remember to activate "app list mode" and "pass safetynet"
pull the links from this reddit post if that makes you feeel better that im not pulling some **** on you:
which seems to feature OP
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Originally Posted by Quinny899
OPAodMod is an Xposed module that provides OnePlus devices on OxygenOS and HydrogenOS with an always on display like that on the Pixels (and other devices). It's existed for a while, but in the last few months stopped working due to the main developer (RetroX) moving on to another device. I picked it up, and after initially providing modded versions with only fixes and simple additions, was kindly given access to the full source code. OPAodMod has now been fully translated, with a new GUI which is easier to use.
- Always on display, which runs all the time - unlike the OnePlus version
- Customisable layout, with options including three digital clock styles, two word clocks and a DVD screensaver (it's exactly what you think it is)
- Notification display, showing the text of a notification when you receive it and dropping back to just an icon after a few seconds
- Option to only display when you 'raise' your phone
- Option to hide the screen when flipped/in your pocket, disable it overnight, or after a time period (10 minutes or 15 seconds)
- Show your next alarm, current weather, and currently playing music
- Display a short message (like that on your lockscreen)
- Full settings GUI for the module with a live preview of your clock
Hover to see description
- Install Riru Core in Magisk
- Install either EdXposed Canary (recommended - Canary may need to be downloaded from the EdXposed app after installing) or TaiChi from Magisk
- Install the module APK
- Enable the module in EdXposed or TaiChi
- Follow the Required Setup in the app
- Reboot your device
- Check the AoD is working and set it up how you like
Thanks for your work. i look forward to your updates and ways you can find to manage battery drain.
if i may add a suggestion:
Because its possible to turn off auto brightness, is it possible to add a way to adjust the brightness if we turn auto brightness off? Sorry if its there but i didnt see the option.
anyways Thanks for this I love my OP8P way more with an AOD