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

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enderffx

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    It shouldn't. Cleared dalvik cache and OS is optimizing everything again, media files being rescanned, buggy Xposed module. Anything is a lot more probable than Xposed itself causing any slow downs.


    Sorry, my foe, it weighs 20 MB, and you are delusional. Magisk just makes flashable mods easier, Xposed is on a whole other level of customization, especially on stock odexed ROMs where you can barely touch system files without breaking stuff.



    Hi guys,
    i AM pretty new to this and will explore Xposed possibilities for sure, no matter how big it is or if it degrades performance a little.
    But reading the latest notes, could it be that there CAN be a performance hit because of this: (Sorry if this is pure BS ;) )

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    “Optimize apps now” menu item, will trigger “cmd package bg-dexopt-job”. It’s available since Oreo and will start the job that usually runs once per night if the device is charging. If you feel degraded performance after installing Xposed, it might be because all apps are running purely on JIT and interpreter. That’s because Xposed needs additional information to identify methods it has to invalidate, and that information will be determined during the next compilation. If you want that to happen now, use this new feature.
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    This is copy & paste from Androidsage...
    Strangely xda does not like to put the URL here so i used <DOT> to "encode" the URL:


    www <DOT> androidsage <DOT> com/2018/01/09/download-install-latest-xposed-v90-android-8-0-8-1-oreo


    Greetings,

    Ender
     
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    Deeni131

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    Prerequisite
    Magisk is required to be installed on your device!
    Magisk - The Universal Systemless Interface

    Support Devices
    All Magisk compatible devices

    Downloads
    My Xposed zip is universal across all architectures, so arm/arm64/x86 devices should all download the same zip.
    SDK 21: Android 5.0 | SDK 22: Android 5.1 | SDK 23: Android 6.0 | SDK 24: Android 7.0 | SDK 25: Android 7.1 | SDK 26: Android 8.0 | SDK 27: Android 8.1

    For Samsung users with devices still on SDK 22 or 23, if you face any issue with the latest versions, please use v87.3 (which is based on @wanam's build) instead.

    Install Guide
    • Install the XposedInstaller in the attachments
    • Follow the instructions in the Magisk release thread to install Magisk on to your device
    • Install Xposed within Magisk Manager's Download Section, and download the appropriate version. Or you can download the zip and flash in custom recovery
    • For uninstallation, remove the Xposed Magisk Module within Magisk Manager

    Systemless Xposed does not pass SafetyNet!!!

    Credits
    @rovo89 for creating Xposed
    @wanam for his modified Xposed to expand more compatibilities with devices

    Source
    All binaries are downloaded and repacked from either places:
    Official build from rovo89
    Samsung Compatible Xposed by wanam
    I did not recompile/change anything how Xposed works, the behavior should be 100% identical to original sources, if you experience any Xposed issues, please directly report to the original threads
    Here is the script I used personally to download from original sources and patch all modules automatically
    update_xposed.sh

    Donation
    Please donate to rovo89, the master of Xposed
    http://repo.xposed.info/donate
    If you like my work, you can also donate to me :)
    https://www.paypal.me/topjohnwu

    I rooted my techno l8 plus lollipop with magisk installed now but I'm facing problem of ,every time I installed xposed framework from magisk manager I ended up with bootloop .i did that like three times. Root without using xposed is useless to me. Does that means xposed framework downloaded from magisk is having some faults, or what?
     

    Fif_

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    I rooted my techno l8 plus lollipop with magisk installed now but I'm facing problem of ,every time I installed xposed framework from magisk manager I ended up with bootloop .i did that like three times. Root without using xposed is useless to me. Does that means xposed framework downloaded from magisk is having some faults, or what?
    When you say "bootloop", what happens exactly? Logs?
    The first boot after an Xposed installation can be much longer, did you give it enough time?
    You can try the alternate Magisk module for Xposed, as there are both a "unity" version which is compatible with any SDK and SDK-specific modules. If you've tried the unity module, try the sdk-specific version for your device, or the other way around.
    If that fails, and if you don't have or can disable dm-verity, you can try to install in /system. I've seen a few reports where Xposed doesn't work systemlessly, but works when installed in /system.
     
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    Deeni131

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    When you say "bootloop", what happens exactly? Logs?
    The first boot after an Xposed installation can be much longer, did you give it enough time?
    You can try the alternate Magisk module for Xposed, as there are both a "unity" version which is compatible with any SDK and SDK-specific modules. If you've tried the unity module, try the sdk-specific version for your device, or the other way around.
    If that fails, and if you don't have or can disable dm-verity, you can try to install in /system. I've seen a few reports where Xposed doesn't work systemlessly, but works when installed in /system.




    How long should it take to boot into system . The last time it took like ten minutes showing the phone's logo. Do u think i should leave it to take like 30 munites ? And are u saying that even if i successfully install the xposed framework on my phone from magisk will not work?
     

    Fif_

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    How long should it take to boot into system . The last time it took like ten minutes showing the phone's logo. Do u think i should leave it to take like 30 munites ?
    If you have lots of apps or a slow phone, 10 minutes may not have been enough.
    And are u saying that even if i successfully install the xposed framework on my phone from magisk will not work?
    I have no idea how you reached that conclusion.
    Xposed can either be:
    (1) installed in /system, but that'll trip dm-verity and you'll have to disable dm-verity if you're ROM enforces it. You can still install Magisk to have root and turn off dm-verity.
    OR
    (2) install Xposed systemlessly with Magisk, there are two modules which can do that: the unity Xposed module, and the SDK-specific module.
    However do not mix systemless and system install of Xposed. While it's easy to remove systemless Xposed, you have to run the Xposed uninstaller if you install it in/system and want to remove it.
    I was recommending you to try different install methods for Xposed. You can have Magisk either way too.
     

    Deeni131

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    If you have lots of apps or a slow phone, 10 minutes may not have been enough.

    I have no idea how you reached that conclusion.
    Xposed can either be:
    (1) installed in /system, but that'll trip dm-verity and you'll have to disable dm-verity if you're ROM enforces it. You can still install Magisk to have root and turn off dm-verity.
    OR
    (2) install Xposed systemlessly with Magisk, there are two modules which can do that: the unity Xposed module, and the SDK-specific module.
    However do not mix systemless and system install of Xposed. While it's easy to remove systemless Xposed, you have to run the Xposed uninstaller if you install it in/system and want to remove it.
    I was recommending you to try different install methods for Xposed. You can have Magisk either way too.




    my main purpose to install xposed is to use its Obb to sdcard module. May be i should try it again n gv it more time like an hour to see.
     

    Deeni131

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    If you have lots of apps or a slow phone, 10 minutes may not have been enough.

    I have no idea how you reached that conclusion.
    Xposed can either be:
    (1) installed in /system, but that'll trip dm-verity and you'll have to disable dm-verity if you're ROM enforces it. You can still install Magisk to have root and turn off dm-verity.
    OR
    (2) install Xposed systemlessly with Magisk, there are two modules which can do that: the unity Xposed module, and the SDK-specific module.
    However do not mix systemless and system install of Xposed. While it's easy to remove systemless Xposed, you have to run the Xposed uninstaller if you install it in/system and want to remove it.
    I was recommending you to try different install methods for Xposed. You can have Magisk either way too.



    I confirmed that xposed framework module from magisk manager gives me bootloop everytime i installed it. Now my question is ,can xposed framework installable on stock rom ? If yes ,then why im getting bootloops all this time .
     

    Deeni131

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    I confirmed that xposed framework module from magisk manager gives me bootloop everytime i installed it. Now my question is ,can xposed framework installable on stock rom ? If yes ,then why im getting bootloops all this time .



    Can i use terminal emulator to install xposed zip.
     

    shpegun

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    I can't pass SafetyNet with this module, can you recommend something to me? I've tried modified Universal SafetyNet Fix, Petnoire's SafetyNet Spoofer and DeviceSpoofingTool4Magisk, neither way above did any result
     

    fubo73

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    What is the difference between Xposed & Xposed systemless while both can't pass the safetynet ?

    With systemless, if your phones receives OTAs (like LineageOS does), everytime an update is pushed to your phone you do not have to reinstall XPosed again. This is true for all systemless modules.
     

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      Prerequisite
      Magisk is required to be installed on your device!

      Support Devices
      All Magisk compatible devices

      Downloads
      My Xposed zip is universal across all architectures and Android versions.
      https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=1395089523397956629

      Install Guide
      • Install the XposedInstaller in the attachments
      • Follow the instructions in the Magisk release thread to install Magisk on to your device
      • Install Xposed within Magisk Manager's Download Section, or download the zip and flash in custom recovery
      • For uninstallation, remove the Xposed Magisk Module within Magisk Manager

      Systemless Xposed does not pass SafetyNet!!!

      Credits
      @rovo89 for creating Xposed

      Source
      All binaries are downloaded and repacked from either places:
      Official build from rovo89
      I did not recompile/change anything how Xposed works, the behavior should be 100% identical to original sources, if you experience any Xposed issues, please directly report to the original threads.
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      As you know currently I have very limited free time, I can't test everything before I went back to the military camp, that's why the latest Magisk releases are always dubbed "beta", and fixes will always take a week before I can finally touch my computer.
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      Systemless Xposed Update!!
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      BTW, the fact that the source code for v90 are not out yet I can still release systemless versions again proven that I do not recompile the binaries, all binaries are repackaged from the original sources.
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