Why to the hell doesn't nobody use the search function or read the last posts? Are you lazy? Always the same question about the xposed toast message and the incompatibility of the installer with Systemless Xposed.
Try clearing data of play store and play services...Hi,
With Xposed 88.2 installed on my LG G5 (Stock Rom ,arm64, Bootloader unlocked an Magisk Root) i'm not able to install Apps from the Play Store. It says error 504. It works again after i uninstall Xposed.
Is there a solution for this problem?
Or how could i inform "the inventor" of Xposed? [emoji23]
I installed the xposed installer from this thread and flashed the sdk 24 zip with Twrp.
The installer is detecting the xposed systemless but tells me it is not activated. (yellow sign)
In the logs I see this line:
"ERROR: Could not access Xposed jar '/system/framework/XposedBridge.jar'"
There is more, but that is about some apps from Google and stuff:
"11-06 13:37:27.619 W/Xposed ( 5147): Failed to load Xposed info for /data/app/com.google.android.apps.photos-1/oat/arm64/base.odex: Unable to open '/data/dalvik-cache/arm64/[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@xposed' : No such file or directory"
Inside Magisk, the module is activated.
SafetyNet is already failing.
What am I doing wrong?
Unzip the installer. Extract the file and manually copy it to the location where it says its missing. I have to do it with each update.Also using the latest version of the material xposed installer won't fix my problem.
I am using a htc 10 with Viper10 Magisk version.
Already deactivated xposed and the module and restated, but no fix.
This post gave me the best answer that i was looking for, after that i found automatically unrecognized my systemless Xposed SDK24 by Xposed Installer multiple times and for the same reason; having Greenify4Magisk module activated, while Xposed Installer Greenify module was activated also. I didn't thought immediately at this, even if seeing it as you said, the answer is just one; a conflict between the 2 modules. Thanks for the explanation!Yeah that Magisk module doesn't activate any other Xposed Greenify feature. However, the feature it is activating (elevated privileges) is something the Xposed Greenify module does activate. So when you have both the Magisk and Xposed module running at the same time something bad will happen, as you have discovered.
If you use Magisk for root and other modules that Xposed doesn't have, you will be fine. Just don't try activating Greenify and other modules in both, simultaneously.
I'm assuming since Xposed is allowing further access to Android features, that it is allowed to have the control over Greenify, rather than Magisk. So Magisk continues to try and activate the module but with no success.
If it's a system less so why my safety net failed ..??
I uninstall my safety net success fully passed
What's is the difference between normal xposed and system less xposed
Xposed Installer Official Has been updated To v3.1.4. Are you planning to Port that for systemless xposed?
Help! Xposed is suddenly spamming me with this popup "Please update Xposed Installer!" every 30 seconds, which is very very annoying. How do I disable the update nag? I'm using XposedInstaller_v3.1.2_Magisk.apk. I know v3.1.4 is the latest version like @husseinaltaaf says, but since it's incompatible with the Systemless Xposed, I can't update to it!