[2019.5.1][Magisk] Systemless Xposed v89.3/v90.2-beta3 (SDK 21-27)

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chaopac

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not sure why but even after uninstalling the module I still fail to pass safetynet :rolleyes:

my device: s7 edge sm-g935s, ROM: HydraROM Android M 6.0.1, kernel: nethunter.
I do have a Kali chroot in my device, however I use a Magisk module called "Kali Nethunter" to successfully bypass SafetyNet with the chroot installed, I only fail SN after installing this xposed module, and uninstall it does not restore my SN status :eek:

Edit: Tried to clear dalvik-cache, still fail SN. :eek:
 
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Donphillipe

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Greetings, thank you for your wonderful app. I am not a developer or even a power user but I have managed to struggle over the past 2 releases of Android to maintain my favorite app of Xprivacy. After breaking my previous Android 5.0 device, I am struggling with Android 6.0 on my new BLU Studio XL 2. I found a TWRP recovery.img that would work on my phone, unlocked the bootloader, loaded TWRP and installed v. 16 of Magisk. From the Downloads portion I downloaded and installed "Xposed Framework (SDK 23) 89.2 (Systemless) created by rovo89, ported to Magisk by topjohnwu". All appeared well. I granted root to Xposed when asked and then I struggled with an error about not being able to open a log file. After research it was suggested I add Xposed module "Marshmellow SD card fix" and once I enabled it in the Xposed modules list, granted the module root approval and checked to allow Xposed to write to storage, the log error has disappeared from Xposed. However the log still states it is empty and I don't know if that is normal or not. Bottom line with this is, it appears that Xposed must be working for this module.

Now this it the problem I now have. From the Xposed download, I installed XprivacyLua 1.21.8 and did all the associated reboots. The XprivacyLua claims that it is not enabled when in fact the orange check box for it claims it is enabled. I ran a full boot up adb logcat and submitted to the XprivacyLua author and he says that something in Xposed is not enabling XprivacyLua and that I need to come to Xposed for support.

Can you help? Here is the log file: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Hx60y5QzEcvGUII66y3BzRkwPr-XnKrv/view

Thanks. Note that phone says rooted and all functions other of Magisk other than Xposed seem to be working. Thanks again.
 

solquest3

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Hello.
I've istalled xposed v90-beta3 systemless on my Xiaomi Redmi 4x with Aex oreo rom.
No problem installing it, but when I reboot after having activated modules I get bootloop.
Was doing the same with the system version, uninstalling it was fine.
The problem is: how do I uninstall the systemless version?
I can't boot phone for uninstalling via Magisk and I don't have a uninstaller file...
Thanks!
 

Didgeridoohan

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Hello.
I've istalled xposed v90-beta3 systemless on my Xiaomi Redmi 4x with Aex oreo rom.
No problem installing it, but when I reboot after having activated modules I get bootloop.
Was doing the same with the system version, uninstalling it was fine.
The problem is: how do I uninstall the systemless version?
I can't boot phone for uninstalling via Magisk and I don't have a uninstaller file...
Thanks!

You'll need to boot to recovery and remove the module manually. Check here for details:
https://www.didgeridoohan.com/magis...agisk_functionality_bootloop_loss_of_root_etc

If you don't have access to a custom recovery you could try flashing your stock boot image and then use the info from here to patch a boot image with a Core Only version of Magisk:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=75658756&postcount=5334
 

Robby Rizaldi

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I installed magisk on my asus zenfone 2 Z00AD the root and safetynet worked, and try to flashed xposed.zip that recomended from magisk download and that worked. But when xposed was success my safetynet is not working just superSU😥🤔
 

solquest3

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Mar 27, 2013
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You'll need to boot to recovery and remove the module manually. Check here for details:
https://www.didgeridoohan.com/magis...agisk_functionality_bootloop_loss_of_root_etc

If you don't have access to a custom recovery you could try flashing your stock boot image and then use the info from here to patch a boot image with a Core Only version of Magisk:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=75658756&postcount=5334

Thanks!
Flashing Mount Magisk zip and deleting the module via twrp was fine.
I'll wait for a stable version of Xposed then...
 

jenslody

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So i guess that we also won't have any update of xposed for the next 3 months since @topjohnwu is on the leave.

I noticed right away that this is Page 666 of 666, wtf also my post is 6660th.
As far as I know the changes to the system versions of xposed are done with a script, so if John has internet access on the weekend (in the next months) he might well be able to update xposed modules.
He plans to update-requests for the MagiskModules at the weekends anyway, because the server he uses for this purpose is not stable enough to run alone.
 
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