Umm... What???Desperately? After a couple of hours you already desperate?
Dude, you're the reason why aliens won't come visit
Yeah, we can enable it via Magisk Manager app, and by this way, you willn't have an SafetyNet false state.So correct me if I'm wrong here: the advantage of systemless Xposed over official is the ease to which it can be disabled? That you can disable the Magisk module and reboot rather than taking the time to go into recovery and flash the Xposed uninstaller? Or will official Xposed straight-up fail to work if you're using a systemless root solution?
What does it complex in download the existing zip made by topjhonwu, check upgrade-binary file, replace files according CPU archs, edit the module.prop and config.sh file if you want and build again a simple zip file ?I would appreciate if you would share that as well, I tried making one but it wouldn't install correctly and wasn't active.
As rovo have say, if you are on 7.0, take the SDK24, you need also to know your CPU arch, i think its an arm64, but check that with an app (play store). If you flash the wrong zip, the flash process will automaticaly failed.For s8 in nougat 7.0, what zip can i download ?
I installed the modile and the new xposed apk and according to the xposed installer the framework is installed correctly but greenify and amplify don't works, is this normal?