[GUIDE] Installing Xposed Framework on Stock ROM after ROOT for Oneplus 2

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thebuginyou

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May 11, 2009
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Hello!!

The #HYPE is correct.
OPT devs are on the job for creating the best base of CM12.1

Meanwhile here is my guide to install the Xposed Framework on Stock Oxygen OS after Root.

1) YOU NEED PERFECT ROOT WITH SU. Follow THIS awesome simple guide.Before Starting to Unlock Your Boot Loader
  • Backup Every Bit of Your Data
  • Perform fill wipe op your mobile
  • Don't use encrypted mobile. REMOVE Encryption
  • Have patience, After OEM Unlock, Don't Reboot.
  • (Hold Volume Down + Power) to open the TWRP else you will end up in STOCK Recovery.

2) Make a NANDROID
Since OPT is based on ARM64, Get the following from Official Xposed Thread Here
You should get these two files
1)
zip.gif
xposed-v73-sdk22-arm64.zip - (5.62 MB)
2)
apk.gif
XposedInstaller_3.0_alpha4.apk - (611.8 KB)

Once You are ready with all the above quoted prerequisites, start

Step 1:
Download the above said two files in a folder of your OPT Internal Memory

Step 2:
Boot to recovery

Step 3:
Flash 1st file which is a Zip File

Step 4:
Reboot your Mobile after flashing normally.

Step 5:
Open the Second File (.apk) from your file browser and install.
Screenshot_2015-09-03-18-51-28_1_.png


Step 6:
Open the Exposed Installer from you app Menu.


Screenshot_2015-09-03-18-52-04_1_.png



Step7:
If everything goes well, You should find this..



Screenshot_2015-09-03-18-52-14_1_.png


Hope From this you can take off downloading the modules you would like to and enjoy tweaking the Stock ROM...

This is Youtube PopUp Module (Second one from the list) Working on my OPT

Screenshot_2015-09-03-19-10-54_1_.jpg

This is the Lockscreen Mod
Screenshot_2015-09-03-19-13-58_1_.jpg


Enjoy Guzy.. Hit Like if this guide Helped :)
 

matrix.bharath

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are there any bugs? will we get OTA if we install this? can we uninstall this ? will warranty be affected? please confirm

---------- Post added at 10:10 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:35 PM ----------

Can you tell us which are the modules that are safe and working here? so that we can test and confirm ?
 

thebuginyou

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May 11, 2009
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Hyderabad
Hi Bharat
OTA have no issues so far.
See my screens below running Latest of Oxygen OS
Screenshot_2015-09-04-07-26-49.png

Will be certain if any more updates are out. As of now, no issues.

All modules which are for lollipop are working absolutely fine. No issues if you go through the description of each module before installing. However device specific modules which are developed for Xperia.. Samsung.. HTC.. Etc.. Can't work.

Hope this helps.
 

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fpavoncelli

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May 5, 2015
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No SU for Xposed Installer

I installed the framework on my rooted OPT as per your instructions (great guide btw) but the xposed installer doesn't get SU permissions. I set it up with the same options checked as in my OPO with CM 12.1.1 . Any ideas why ?
Thanks for your time.
 

v7

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I installed the framework on my rooted OPT as per your instructions (great guide btw) but the xposed installer doesn't get SU permissions. I set it up with the same options checked as in my OPO with CM 12.1.1 . Any ideas why ?
Thanks for your time.

Open Xposed Installer->Framework->Reboot Grant SU permission.

Tapped from my ①+②=❸ ;)
 

fpavoncelli

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Open Xposed Installer->Framework->Reboot Grant SU permission.

Tapped from my ①+②=❸ ;)

That didn't work, that's why I posted the question.
With only Greenfy and Bootmanager modules installed, I rebooted a dozen times but it didn't get SU permissions.
The problem was solved later on when I installed the "true silent mode" module (it doesn't work in case you want to know), wich I guess needed the permission.
Anyway, problem solved, now it has SU permissions. Thank for the help anyway.
 

thebuginyou

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May 11, 2009
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I installed the framework on my rooted OPT as per your instructions (great guide btw) but the xposed installer doesn't get SU permissions. I set it up with the same options checked as in my OPO with CM 12.1.1 . Any ideas why ?
Thanks for your time.

Hi there..

Its because of improper rooting.
I Suggest you to re-start the rooting process from the guide above.
After OEM Unlock and recovery flashing.. DO NOT REBOOT
Then Reboot to recovery and then Don't forget to slide (RECOVERY IMAGE STABILIZING)
Then after rebooting to system..
Reset your Phone (Prefer to take a NANDROID after this)
Then Flash SU and check with Rootaccess Checker
If everything Goes well
Then Flash the Xposed Framework given above an then Install and REBOOT before opening.

Then when you open the Xposed application, then SU should popup for permission..

Hope this helps...
 

Riffer

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Oct 6, 2010
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Just my 2 cents:

Download xposed-uninstaller-20150831-arm64.zip and keep it on your internal sd card!

In case of a bootloop caused of a trouble making Xposed mod you just flash the uninstaller to get rid of the bootloop.
Then uninstall or deactivate the mod in Xposed Installer app and reinstall Xposed again.
 

Dude_Virus

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So when i checked the official thread for xposed it showed a newer file version than what is mentioned here. However in that v74 there are 2 versions again

xposed-v74-sdk21-arm64.zip -
xposed-v74-sdk22-arm64.zip -

not sure which one to use with my Oxygen OS 2.1
Anyone has any information on the above.

Edit : Never mind mound it.
 
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darkblood1219

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Nov 17, 2010
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So when i checked the official thread for xposed it showed a newer file version than what is mentioned here. However in that v74 there are 2 versions again

xposed-v74-sdk21-arm64.zip -
xposed-v74-sdk22-arm64.zip -

not sure which one to use with my Oxygen OS 2.1
Anyone has any information on the above.

Edit : Never mind mound it.

so which did you use? the 22?
 

22vlaja

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Aug 26, 2009
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does whole xposed module work well on OPT? any bugs or app that isn't working or so?
 

v7

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Did u notice some strange behavior after installing Xposed? and did u follow tutorial flash from first site?

1.Flash the Xposed V74-arm64-SDK22 from here.
2.Wipe cache and dalvik cache after flashing.
3.Reboot and install the XposedInstaller-alpha4.apk
4.Open the app->Framework->Reboot.
5.Grand SuperSU access.

Done!

You might have missed the second step.That's not mentioned in the OP.

Tapped from my ❶+❷ ;)
 
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22vlaja

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allready installed Xposed, just wanted to be sure that this steps is ok!

one more thing, why did you installed AppOpsXposed? its implemented in Oxygene.
 

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    Hello!!

    The #HYPE is correct.
    OPT devs are on the job for creating the best base of CM12.1

    Meanwhile here is my guide to install the Xposed Framework on Stock Oxygen OS after Root.

    1) YOU NEED PERFECT ROOT WITH SU. Follow THIS awesome simple guide.Before Starting to Unlock Your Boot Loader
    • Backup Every Bit of Your Data
    • Perform fill wipe op your mobile
    • Don't use encrypted mobile. REMOVE Encryption
    • Have patience, After OEM Unlock, Don't Reboot.
    • (Hold Volume Down + Power) to open the TWRP else you will end up in STOCK Recovery.

    2) Make a NANDROID
    Since OPT is based on ARM64, Get the following from Official Xposed Thread Here
    You should get these two files
    1)
    zip.gif
    xposed-v73-sdk22-arm64.zip - (5.62 MB)
    2)
    apk.gif
    XposedInstaller_3.0_alpha4.apk - (611.8 KB)

    Once You are ready with all the above quoted prerequisites, start

    Step 1:
    Download the above said two files in a folder of your OPT Internal Memory

    Step 2:
    Boot to recovery

    Step 3:
    Flash 1st file which is a Zip File

    Step 4:
    Reboot your Mobile after flashing normally.

    Step 5:
    Open the Second File (.apk) from your file browser and install.
    Screenshot_2015-09-03-18-51-28_1_.png


    Step 6:
    Open the Exposed Installer from you app Menu.


    Screenshot_2015-09-03-18-52-04_1_.png



    Step7:
    If everything goes well, You should find this..



    Screenshot_2015-09-03-18-52-14_1_.png


    Hope From this you can take off downloading the modules you would like to and enjoy tweaking the Stock ROM...

    This is Youtube PopUp Module (Second one from the list) Working on my OPT

    Screenshot_2015-09-03-19-10-54_1_.jpg

    This is the Lockscreen Mod
    Screenshot_2015-09-03-19-13-58_1_.jpg


    Enjoy Guzy.. Hit Like if this guide Helped :)
    1
    does whole xposed module work well on OPT? any bugs or app that isn't working or so?

    No issues so far!I'm running Amplify, Gravitybox,Greenify,Powernap,Notification Counter,AppOpsXposed.

    Tapped from my ❶+❷ ;)
    1
    Did u notice some strange behavior after installing Xposed? and did u follow tutorial flash from first site?

    1.Flash the Xposed V74-arm64-SDK22 from here.
    2.Wipe cache and dalvik cache after flashing.
    3.Reboot and install the XposedInstaller-alpha4.apk
    4.Open the app->Framework->Reboot.
    5.Grand SuperSU access.

    Done!

    You might have missed the second step.That's not mentioned in the OP.

    Tapped from my ❶+❷ ;)
    1
    allready installed Xposed, just wanted to be sure that this steps is ok!

    one more thing, why did you installed AppOpsXposed? its implemented in Oxygene.

    AppOpsXposed is needed to handle GooglePlayServices.

    Tapped from my ❶+❷ ;)
    1
    Anyone knows which xposed version is compatible with oxygen os 3.1.0 on the one plus 2??