Ok so I tried it one more time and it is working on the H811 and I am now testing modules.
You're welcome. I'm glad to hear it's working. I'll update the OP stating, you may have to try it multiple times to get it to work. Did you do anything different this time?
r u serious or just kidding??? nothing happened man
Yah I had to do this twice coz didn't actually know which caused the bootloop. But hey u can do minimal tweaks with gravitybox e.g. long press kill app, data traffic monitor etc.haha i literally just got on here to ask the same question. seems like a factory reset would be the only way. makes me not even wanna touch gravitybox.
I did a complete backup with titanium last night onto my external sd card (had to use sdfix app) after thinking about this.
Did you install the deodexed system apps? If not, you need to do that. Follow this guide: http://techjeep.com/2015/12/21/how-to-get-xposed-on-lg-g4-running-android-6-0-marshmallow/ and switch the installation of the different apps to the latest (SuperSu 2.66, latest deodexed apps). Check the thread for deodexed apps: http://forum.xda-developers.com/g4/themes-apps/h815-mm-v20b-deodexed-apps-xposed-t3258980
I have only tried this with 20b, but it should work with 20c. Don't think there's deodexed system apps for 20d yet. Use TWRP or ADB instead of Flashfire. Don't let TWRP install SuperSu when it claims you don't have root.
Did it work?
Thanks for a fast answer -
Flashfire version downloaded from the link from XDA that took me to Google Play installation - version FlashFire Free v0.27 as stated at the top of the settings in the app on my phone after download, I wasn't even aware there was a newer version.
The first flashing attempt was with it for the v80sdk22-64 recommended for LG G4 818p. Xposed insaller 3alpha 4 doesn't see the framework as installed (text in red). Any suggestions? Or is there supposed to be another workable version of Flashfire?