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23rd April 2016, 07:53 PM |#31  
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Version 83:
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3rd May 2016, 11:08 PM |#32  
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Version 84:
  • Added a warning in the Xposed log if a module isn't compiled correctly, i.e. the APK includes the Xposed API classes instead of just referencing them. Developers, see https://github.com/rovo89/XposedBrid...-Framework-API for how to do it correctly.
  • 6.0 only: Added support for LG's encrypted apps, fixing crashes of their weather app/service.
  • 6.0 only: Fixed crashes in Yandex apps, which were caused by an obviously unfinished AOSP commit.
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28th May 2016, 09:58 AM |#33  
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There's currently some server maintenance on repo.xposed.info. No need to panic, it should work again within one hour. Most download links should still be working as they're hosted on a different server sponsored by XDA (thanks!!!).
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28th May 2016, 01:16 PM |#34  
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Version 85:
  • Fixed frequent boot freezes, especially with modules that access many files (details)
  • Built-in way to get a full logcat (details)
  • Crashes not related to Xposed/ART are no longer written to the normal Xposed logs
  • On encrypted devices with boot password, the password prompt is now shown quicker
  • Warning for developers to disable "Instant Run" in Android Studio, otherwise the module can't be loaded
  • 6.0 only: Cherry-picked some ART commit included in CyanogenMod and other ROMs
  • 6.0 only: Forced clearing Dalvik cache when upgrading from versions before 85 (would have been necessary for 84 and might have caused some boot loops)

I have also created a wiki page with detailed information how bugs should be reported: https://github.com/rovo89/XposedBridge/wiki/Bugs

Finally, a word to all module developers: In v84, I added a warning when a module's APK includes the Xposed API classes instead of just referencing them. I have also sent an email to the developers of all modules I could identify. With v86, I will turn the warning into an error and prevent the module from loading, as it could causes strange issues otherwise. Please update your module as soon as possible.
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8th July 2016, 06:05 PM |#35  
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Version 86:
  • More compatiblity with ROMs that use a Resources subclass for e.g. theming, like most Huawei stock ROMs (*)
  • Incorrectly compiled modules are now rejected, the warning which started to appear with v84 is now an error
  • A bit of general cleanup and minor fixes

(*) In the Xposed logs, it would usually say "XyzResources doesn't extend XResources" in such cases.
If you had to select "Disable resource hooks" in Xposed Installer in the past, it's now worth to try again without this workaround.
On Huawei devices, Xposed should now work with and without their theming engine enabled.


Next step (planned for the next version): Official systemless Xposed for Marshmallow. I have already started working on that, but I don't have much time and making something robust takes a while.
Note that the systemless installation will require SuperSU 2.76 or higher. That might be considered a disadvantage compared to the unofficial versions, however I think that it's the better way. @Chainfire put a lot of effort into developing and testing a solution that works reliably on virtually every device. Whenever new devices and Android versions pop up, he's fast at making SuperSU compatible. I think it totally makes sense to build upon those achievements instead of maintaining a fork of them or even reinventing the wheel, which could in the worst case even cause conflicts. I'll rather spend that time focusing on Xposed development itself, not on dealing with all kinds of different bootloaders etc.
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7th August 2016, 11:33 PM |#36  
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The repository (repo.xposed.info) is currently down because my provider is temporarily moving it to a different server. They said the load is too high, but unfortunately failed to provide any details so far. It's also been six hours since they have started the move, no idea why it's taking that long and when it will be finished.

Unfortunately, there's nothing I can do at the moment, so please be patient.

UPDATE: Another six hours later, the site is finally back again. Expect another downtime in a few days though when it's moved back...
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16th October 2016, 09:49 PM |#37  
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I have uploaded a new official installer (version 3.1) in the first post.
This version is based on @DVDandroid's fork. Special thanks to him and the other contributors for their work!

Features:
  • Material Design
  • Download the correct framework ZIP for your architecture/Android version
  • Install/uninstall Xposed directly from the app, no custom recovery required (but obviously you must still make sure that you can reflash your ROM in case something goes wrong!)
  • Many changes under the hood for better stability, compatiblity and code quality

Note that this version is not on repo.xposed.info for the same reason 3.0 wasn't there: It would show an update notification to all users, including those who are still on ICS/JB/KK, for which I don't have framework ZIPs (yet).
Unfortunately, working on the installer required much more effort and time than I had expected. Therefore, no official systemless for now. Instead, I'll target Nougat next.
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31st October 2016, 02:24 PM |#38  
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Xposed Installer 3.1.1 is now available in the first post, thanks to @DVDandroid and @aviraxp for sending their patches to https://github.com/rovo89/XposedInstaller.

Just in case you're wondering, work on Nougat support is still going on, please be patient.
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