LSPosed xposed framework [8.0-11.0]. Edxposed Alternetive

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ianmacd

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Basically developer of Edx accused one developer of Lsp making an "rm rf" pr to their github repo in May 2020, leading to the data lost of several user. Now there's flaming between the two teams. (it's a chaos, lets just sit still and see what's next)

I remember that PR. I recall it was a joke, but the build system auto-compiled after every new commit, so a few unlucky people who enjoy life on the bleeding edge paid the full price for that strategy.
 

ianmacd

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LSposed looks like a copycat from edxposed...

It's a fork. Forks are indeed clones, which subsequently diverge.

The LSposed developers used to work on EdXposed, but had some disagreements about how that project was managed, so they've branched its development and are proceeding under the project name LSposed.

To their credit, the project has made some great strides in its first month, at the cost of compatibility with older devices.

I hope both teams can quickly put this squabble behind them and return to the order of the day.
 

cameronkelley28

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FYI, repo is back. Also a post on their telegram about Github support helping them recover it so definitely sounds like it could have been the disgruntled/childish move by someone with the right access.

Side note (and brighter note) great to see you here @ianmacd! My S10 would be half as useful at best if it weren't for you 👍
 
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HippoMan

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FYI, repo is back. Also a post on their telegram about Github support helping them recover it so definitely sounds like it could have been the disgruntled/childish move by someone with the right access.

Side note (and brighter note) great to see you here @ianmacd! My S10 would be half as useful at best if it weren't for you 👍
It may very well be due to github's recent problems. Lots of repos suddenly got marked as "flagged" with no explanation from github. This "flagging" makes repos publicly inaccessible. The github people are enforcing some new policies, and their management are at least one group who have indeed been childish by their decision to simply flag repos without even sending out automated emails to the users in order to explain why. This is causing a flood of messages from confused and irate users to go to their support people, who are are now overloaded and trying to catch up.

Anyway, whatever the reason might turn out to be for that repo's disappearance, it's good that it now is back.

Onward!
 

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Don't update to lsposed 1.1.0 from magisk repo or from anywhere else, it's causing bootloop to some devices.
It does bootloop here indeed (LOS18.1/I9506/Yahfa). Coming from Edxposed Sandhook (uninstalled). I will wait for the next version. I'm interested in taking a look if its faster than edxposed (loading/app starts) as this is the most annoying thing about edxposed. Or is it all about black/whitelisting? Never used that.
 
It does bootloop here indeed (LOS18.1/I9506/Yahfa). Coming from Edxposed Sandhook (uninstalled). I will wait for the next version. I'm interested in taking a look if its faster than edxposed (loading/app starts) as this is the most annoying thing about edxposed. Or is it all about black/whitelisting? Never used that.
Works fine on my pixel 3xl running stock Android 11.
Have had no issues with lsposed.
Probably has more to do with you guys using it on custom to roms.
 

ayush.gl

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That Bootloop issue fixed.
Telegram channel resumed: LSposedArchives
I'll update the OP.

Note: The signature of the manager. Please uninstall it before installing the new version. Don't worry, your configuration won't be lost.
 

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That Bootloop issue fixed.
Telegram channel resumed: LSposedArchives
I'll update the OP.

Note: The signature of the manager. Please uninstall it before installing the new version. Don't worry, your configuration won't be lost.
Maybe fix the typos too, copy/paste:

LSPosed Xposed framework [8.0-11.0] - EdXposed alternative

Maybe even:

LSPosed Xposed framework [8.0-11.0] - EdXposed fork/alternative
 

DualJoe

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That Bootloop issue fixed.
Still bootloops here.

Magisk v22
Riru v23.6
lsposed-v1-2-0-5379-release.zip
lsposedmanager-v1-2-0-5380-release-signed.apk

Bootlog:
Code:
03-02 17:19:15.184  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:16.110  4896  4896 E iorapd  : Cannot get package manager service!
03-02 17:19:16.184  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:17.184  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:18.184  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:19.185  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:20.185  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:21.185  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:22.128  4896  4896 E iorapd  : Cannot get package manager service!
03-02 17:19:22.185  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:23.185  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:24.186  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:25.198  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:25.199  6711  6711 E linker  : "/system/lib/libriru_c3c7.so": ignoring DT_PREINIT_ARRAY in shared library!
03-02 17:19:25.201  6711  6711 E Riru    : access /system/lib/libriru_cbe7.so failed with 2: No such file or directory
03-02 17:19:25.201  6711  6711 E LSPosed : Connection refused
03-02 17:19:25.244  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:25.319  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:25.319  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:25.320  6711  6711 E Riru    : connect rirud failed with 111: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:25.928  6711  6711 E ActivityRecognitionHardware: activity_recognition HAL is deprecated. class_init is effectively a no-op
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #03 pc 00425027  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::SignalCatcher::Run(void*)+194)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #04 pc 000ab97b  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__pthread_start(void*)+40)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #05 pc 00063b5d  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__start_thread+30)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   (no managed stack frames)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655] "perfetto_hprof_listener" prio=10 tid=3 Native (still starting up)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | group="" sCount=1 dsCount=0 flags=1 obj=0x0 self=0xaea90a00
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | sysTid=6837 nice=-20 cgrp=default sched=0/0 handle=0x833961c0
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | state=S schedstat=( 367969 0 7 ) utm=0 stm=0 core=0 HZ=100
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | stack=0x8329b000-0x8329d000 stackSize=1008KB
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | held mutexes=
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #00 pc 0009b7d8  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (read+8)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #01 pc 0000dc01  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libperfetto_hprof.so (void* std::__1::__thread_proxy<std::__1::tuple<std::__1::unique_ptr<std::__1::__thread_struct, std::__1::default_delete<std::__1::__thread_struct> >, ArtPlugin_Initialize::$_29> >(void*)+208)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #02 pc 000ab97b  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__pthread_start(void*)+40)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #03 pc 00063b5d  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__start_thread+30)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   (no managed stack frames)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655] "ADB-JDWP Connection Control Thread" prio=10 tid=4 WaitingInMainDebuggerLoop
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | group="" sCount=1 dsCount=0 flags=1 obj=0x12c00168 self=0xaea91800
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | sysTid=6838 nice=-20 cgrp=default sched=0/0 handle=0x8328e1c0
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | state=S schedstat=( 422293 0 7 ) utm=0 stm=0 core=0 HZ=100
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | stack=0x83193000-0x83195000 stackSize=1008KB
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | held mutexes=
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #00 pc 0009cc6c  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__ppoll+20)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #01 pc 0006a8eb  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (poll+54)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #02 pc 000080b1  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libadbconnection.so (adbconnection::AdbConnectionState::RunPollLoop(art::Thread*)+604)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #03 pc 00006d63  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libadbconnection.so (adbconnection::CallbackFunction(void*)+1214)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #04 pc 000ab97b  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__pthread_start(void*)+40)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #05 pc 00063b5d  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__start_thread+30)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   (no managed stack frames)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655] Aborting thread:
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655] "main" prio=5 tid=1 Native
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | group="" sCount=0 dsCount=0 flags=0 obj=0x728ea100 self=0xaea8ee00
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | sysTid=6830 nice=0 cgrp=default sched=0/0 handle=0xaef20470
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | state=R schedstat=( 127971251 2837658 58 ) utm=6 stm=6 core=3 HZ=100
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | stack=0xbe6d2000-0xbe6d4000 stackSize=8192KB
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   | held mutexes= "abort lock"
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #00 pc 00379f4d  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::DumpNativeStack(std::__1::basic_ostream<char, std::__1::char_traits<char> >&, int, BacktraceMap*, char const*, art::ArtMethod*, void*, bool)+76)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #01 pc 0044ba21  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::Thread::DumpStack(std::__1::basic_ostream<char, std::__1::char_traits<char> >&, bool, BacktraceMap*, bool) const+388)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #02 pc 00447167  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::Thread::Dump(std::__1::basic_ostream<char, std::__1::char_traits<char> >&, bool, BacktraceMap*, bool) const+34)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #03 pc 004189ff  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::AbortState::DumpThread(std::__1::basic_ostream<char, std::__1::char_traits<char> >&, art::Thread*) const+30)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #04 pc 00409289  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::Runtime::Abort(char const*)+1952)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #05 pc 0000d989  /system/lib/libbase.so (android::base::SetAborter(std::__1::function<void (char const*)>&&)::$_3::__invoke(char const*)+48)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #06 pc 0000d295  /system/lib/libbase.so (android::base::LogMessage::~LogMessage()+224)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #07 pc 002963db  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JavaVMExt::JniAbort(char const*, char const*)+1962)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #08 pc 002c8c63  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JNI<false>::GetStaticMethodID(_JNIEnv*, _jclass*, char const*, char const*)+1326)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #09 pc 0001bdd9  /system/lib/libriru_c3c7.so (???)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #10 pc 00018255  /system/lib/libriru_c3c7.so (???)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #11 pc 0000ada7  /system/lib/libriru.so (???)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #12 pc 0000ad01  /system/lib/libriru.so (nativeForkSystemServer(_JNIEnv*, _jclass*, unsigned int, unsigned int, _jintArray*, int, _jobjectArray*, long long, long long)+140)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #13 pc 00213b87  /system/framework/arm/boot-framework.oat (art_jni_trampoline+198)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #14 pc 00743e63  /system/framework/arm/boot-framework.oat (com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.forkSystemServer+1130)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #15 pc 00744cef  /system/framework/arm/boot-framework.oat (com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main+1718)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #16 pc 000d37d5  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art_quick_invoke_stub_internal+68)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #17 pc 004f71d1  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art_quick_invoke_static_stub+276)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #18 pc 0012beb1  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::ArtMethod::Invoke(art::Thread*, unsigned int*, unsigned int, art::JValue*, char const*)+160)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #19 pc 00402625  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JValue art::InvokeWithVarArgs<art::ArtMethod*>(art::ScopedObjectAccessAlreadyRunnable const&, _jobject*, art::ArtMethod*, std::__va_list)+348)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #20 pc 004028d7  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JValue art::InvokeWithVarArgs<_jmethodID*>(art::ScopedObjectAccessAlreadyRunnable const&, _jobject*, _jmethodID*, std::__va_list)+42)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #21 pc 00329753  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JNI<true>::CallStaticVoidMethodV(_JNIEnv*, _jclass*, _jmethodID*, std::__va_list)+530)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #22 pc 0006688d  /system/lib/libandroid_runtime.so (_JNIEnv::CallStaticVoidMethod(_jclass*, _jmethodID*, ...)+28)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #23 pc 0006c50b  /system/lib/libandroid_runtime.so (android::AndroidRuntime::start(char const*, android::Vector<android::String8> const&, bool)+514)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #24 pc 00002e19  /system/bin/app_process32 (main+992)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   native: #25 pc 0005cecb  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__libc_init+66)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   at com.android.internal.os.Zygote.nativeForkSystemServer(Native method)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   at com.android.internal.os.Zygote.forkSystemServer(Zygote.java:465)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.forkSystemServer(ZygoteInit.java:781)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]   at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main(ZygoteInit.java:920)
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:655]
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:663] JNI DETECTED ERROR IN APPLICATION: java_class == null
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:663]     in call to GetStaticMethodID
03-02 17:19:28.065  6830  6830 F system_server: runtime.cc:663]     from int com.android.internal.os.Zygote.nativeForkSystemServer(int, int, int[], int, int[][], long, long)
03-02 17:19:28.066  6830  6830 F libc    : Fatal signal 6 (SIGABRT), code -1 (SI_QUEUE) in tid 6830 (system_server), pid 6830 (system_server)
03-02 17:19:28.133  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
03-02 17:19:28.133  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : LineageOS Version: '18.1-20210206-UNOFFICIAL-ks01ltexx'
03-02 17:19:28.133  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : Build fingerprint: 'samsung/ks01ltexx/ks01lte:5.0.1/LRX22C/I9506XXSDPL2:user/release-keys'
03-02 17:19:28.133  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : Revision: '0'
03-02 17:19:28.133  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : ABI: 'arm'
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : Timestamp: 2021-03-02 17:19:28+0100
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : pid: 6830, tid: 6830, name: system_server  >>> zygote <<<
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : uid: 1000
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : signal 6 (SIGABRT), code -1 (SI_QUEUE), fault addr --------
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : Abort message: 'JNI DETECTED ERROR IN APPLICATION: java_class == null
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :     in call to GetStaticMethodID
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :     from int com.android.internal.os.Zygote.nativeForkSystemServer(int, int, int[], int, int[][], long, long)'
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :     r0  00000000  r1  00001aae  r2  00000006  r3  beecec18
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :     r4  beecec2c  r5  beecec10  r6  00001aae  r7  0000016b
03-02 17:19:28.135  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :     r8  beecec18  r9  beecec28  r10 beecec48  r11 beecec38
03-02 17:19:28.136  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :     ip  00001aae  sp  beecebe8  lr  ab076631  pc  ab076644
03-02 17:19:28.149  4896  4896 E iorapd  : Cannot get package manager service!
03-02 17:19:28.331  6841  6841 F DEBUG   : backtrace:
03-02 17:19:28.331  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #00 pc 00062644  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (abort+172) (BuildId: 310183375f23e99e40c9ab529416d05f)
03-02 17:19:28.331  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #01 pc 00409189  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::Runtime::Abort(char const*)+1696) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.331  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #02 pc 0000d989  /system/lib/libbase.so (android::base::SetAborter(std::__1::function<void (char const*)>&&)::$_3::__invoke(char const*)+48) (BuildId: 7ccbe65446774e9451e73051613c2ecb)
03-02 17:19:28.331  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #03 pc 0000d295  /system/lib/libbase.so (android::base::LogMessage::~LogMessage()+224) (BuildId: 7ccbe65446774e9451e73051613c2ecb)
03-02 17:19:28.332  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #04 pc 002963db  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JavaVMExt::JniAbort(char const*, char const*)+1962) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.332  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #05 pc 002c8c63  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JNI<false>::GetStaticMethodID(_JNIEnv*, _jclass*, char const*, char const*)+1326) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.332  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #06 pc 0001bdd9  /system/lib/libriru_c3c7.so (BuildId: 905307a6fb1987af276928913f76adc885bb10a2)
03-02 17:19:28.332  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #07 pc 00018255  /system/lib/libriru_c3c7.so (BuildId: 905307a6fb1987af276928913f76adc885bb10a2)
03-02 17:19:28.332  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #08 pc 0000ada7  /system/lib/libriru.so (BuildId: 79996481344be5670952992bf11ec6efc9480e2f)
03-02 17:19:28.332  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #09 pc 0000ad01  /system/lib/libriru.so (nativeForkSystemServer(_JNIEnv*, _jclass*, unsigned int, unsigned int, _jintArray*, int, _jobjectArray*, long long, long long)+140) (BuildId: 79996481344be5670952992bf11ec6efc9480e2f)
03-02 17:19:28.332  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #10 pc 00213b87  /system/framework/arm/boot-framework.oat (art_jni_trampoline+198) (BuildId: 9d0bed2c715fc6bbe9d643eb58214402c75493bc)
03-02 17:19:28.333  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #11 pc 00743e63  /system/framework/arm/boot-framework.oat (com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.forkSystemServer+1130) (BuildId: 9d0bed2c715fc6bbe9d643eb58214402c75493bc)
03-02 17:19:28.333  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #12 pc 00744cef  /system/framework/arm/boot-framework.oat (com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main+1718) (BuildId: 9d0bed2c715fc6bbe9d643eb58214402c75493bc)
03-02 17:19:28.333  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #13 pc 000d37d5  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art_quick_invoke_stub_internal+68) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.333  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #14 pc 004f71d1  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art_quick_invoke_static_stub+276) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.333  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #15 pc 0012beb1  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::ArtMethod::Invoke(art::Thread*, unsigned int*, unsigned int, art::JValue*, char const*)+160) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.333  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #16 pc 00402625  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JValue art::InvokeWithVarArgs<art::ArtMethod*>(art::ScopedObjectAccessAlreadyRunnable const&, _jobject*, art::ArtMethod*, std::__va_list)+348) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.333  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #17 pc 004028d7  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JValue art::InvokeWithVarArgs<_jmethodID*>(art::ScopedObjectAccessAlreadyRunnable const&, _jobject*, _jmethodID*, std::__va_list)+42) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.334  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #18 pc 00329753  /apex/com.android.art/lib/libart.so (art::JNI<true>::CallStaticVoidMethodV(_JNIEnv*, _jclass*, _jmethodID*, std::__va_list)+530) (BuildId: 0a902c3faf12314cc2e96d1ceb898f83)
03-02 17:19:28.334  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #19 pc 0006688d  /system/lib/libandroid_runtime.so (_JNIEnv::CallStaticVoidMethod(_jclass*, _jmethodID*, ...)+28) (BuildId: 9258326c2cd45b0013e2d37278618ca0)
03-02 17:19:28.334  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #20 pc 0006c50b  /system/lib/libandroid_runtime.so (android::AndroidRuntime::start(char const*, android::Vector<android::String8> const&, bool)+514) (BuildId: 9258326c2cd45b0013e2d37278618ca0)
03-02 17:19:28.334  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #21 pc 00002e19  /system/bin/app_process32 (main+992) (BuildId: f3c5ce4a2d9e56c1e42631df920731f1)
03-02 17:19:28.334  6841  6841 F DEBUG   :       #22 pc 0005cecb  /apex/com.android.runtime/lib/bionic/libc.so (__libc_init+66) (BuildId: 310183375f23e99e40c9ab529416d05f)

03-02 17:19:28.711  6711  6711 E Zygote  : Zygote failed to write to system_server FD: Connection refused
03-02 17:19:28.712  6711  6711 E Zygote  : Exit zygote because system server (pid 6830) has terminated
 
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I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I installed Yafha latest from the op n Lsposed manager . It's saying

Lsposed not installed or not activated

Edit: lineage os 18.1 , magisk 22.0
 

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I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I installed Yafha latest from the op n Lsposed manager . It's saying



Edit: lineage os 18.1 , magisk 22.0
You need to install the lsposed framework before you install the lsposed manager.
Framework then manager.
The instructions for installation specifically instruct framework then manager.
Not sure if you are doing it this way or not. Could be your issue.
 

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You need to install the lsposed framework before you install the lsposed manager.
Framework then manager.
The instructions for installation specifically instruct framework then manager.
Not sure if you are doing it this way or not. Could be your issue.

Yes sir!😯 I did that

Edit2: I uninstalled app n module, reinstalled module then manager 1.2.0 n somethin funky happened to my s10. It reset everything to default , as in it went to lineage setup screen🧐 even set my gboard to default lineage one 🤯🤯🤯
 
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I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I installed Yafha latest from the op n Lsposed manager . It's saying



Edit: lineage os 18.1 , magisk 22.0
Same here , I have been using Lsposed since it has been released , after updating to one ui 3.1 i started to getting this error, also for edxposed.
Other users with the same ROM like mine said it works.
 

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  • 4
    V1.3.5 released
    Changelog

    - Reduce size by using self-build libcxx
    - Fix crash when a repo does not have any release
    - Support hooking default methods of interfaces (a feature of Java 8)
    - Replace DobbySymbolResolver with AndroidELF
    - Fix in some rare case, LSPosed cannot be activated
    - Higher optimization level of compiling
    - Refine installation scripts
    - Minimum Magisk requirement updated to 21+ (even so, 22.1+ is strongly recommended)
    3
    "requires access to all apps, and have to pay for AppOps on each mobile."

    Can you please add a little more detail on this finding. Are you saying that you have to buy an app called AppOps to use Lsposed and Xprivacy? I am not familiar with AppOps, so I was looking for more information. Thanks

    no, not true. Sorry for confusing wording. AppOps is a (Magisk) app, it's limited w/out payment. I need to apply any template on new apps for my lame users who reinstall malware apps like Facebook all the time (which extracts contacts as a first operation even when it is disabled in app itself), and there are 3 ways:
    1) XPrivacyLua and its simple but working template. Only Pro version has history.
    Requires: EdXposed which doesn't limit apps or LSPosed if you ready to select apps manually every day.
    2) AppOps, but only the paid version has templates
    Requires: Sui magisk plugin (open source) so no Xposed
    3) get LineageOS AOSP with its privacy tool, but lose vendor functionality

    Both AppOps and XPrivacy are pay to play, and pretty agressive in policy (cannot use Family share, pay for every little feature). Which is fine, privacy oriented people need to be milked as they have no choice + there are not many of them ;) Since i paid to XPrivacy several times and there's no development, i rather shell out money at AppOps now. It will get history soon and it's easier to set up. It also works during the transition period of new Android, when XPosed has a traditional delay of couple of months (which might not be the case in future).
    LSPosed is free, and it works better than EDXposed for me in Android 11. Despite the broadly hated app filtering feature:)
    Attached is your decision chart:
    2
    Using MagiskHide and XPrivacyLua as examples, new apps are not enabled by default and we need to enable them manually.
    Yes this is the biggest hurdle I've faced in LSposed hence I switched back to EdXposed... Hope devs do something about this soon..
    2
    One more question, everytime I installl a new app, I have to enable it through LSPosed for XPrivacyLua?
    Yes.
    2
    it seems that this is problem on devices like Samsung and Huawei, LSPosed tries to patch it, but it doesn't work on these devices, so Magisk needs to fix it. But looking at several threads with this issue i didn't identify a working canary version. So i'm just going to wait.
    now LSPosed plugins work again with Magisk 22.1.
    * XPrivacy (the main XPosed plugin) is out of question now as it requires access to all apps, and have to pay for different solution AppOps on each mobile instead.
    * XPosed Edge works with some limitations (no icons displayed in app menu, you can't capture app screen etc) because it requires access to all apps.
    * 3C will work with limitations, it requires access to all apps.
    Basically every plugin except Firefds requires all apps but i will adjust by not using app interacting functions so it's ok. Thanks.
  • 30
    Developers: LSPosed Developers
    Homepage: GitHub
    Requirements:
    • Magisk 21+
    • Android 8-11
    Riru
    Description: Riru module providing ART interception framework (natively for Android Pie) that provides consistent API -interfaces with OG Xposed, using YAHFA (or SandHook) interception environment, supports Android 8.0 ~ 11.
    & Installation:
    • Install Riru 23+
    • Install Riru - LSPosed via Magisk Manager
    • Install LSPosed Manager app
    • Reboot your device.

    Download:
    For stable release, please go to Github Release page For canary build use telegram.
    Go to second post for latest version Download

    Notes:
    I'm just sharing this from github, I'm not responsible if you bricked your device.

    GPay and other banking apps working fine without any issue so this xposed alternative is worth trying and safer.

    Note: If anyone facing bootloop issue, don't panic, hard reboot again and it will work.


    Screenshot:
    11
    Download:
    Flash zip file through magisk and then install LSPosed Manager app

    Update 1 March 2021
    V1.2.0
    10
    I have it working on the Poco X3 NFC, running RR, loaded and runs without issue, I used the YAHFA option, has updated without issue.

    Thought I should add that I can't get SafetyNet on, but I've never been worried about that, I think I've only ever had it working once on one of my devices years ago. The one app that refused to play nice I just used MagiskHide on, and it's not a problem now.

    In saying that I only have one module loaded, I haven't had time to go looking for the below answers, to install any others.

    The only thing I haven't figured out yet is what apps need to be picked with what modules, sure some are obvious as they are named after the apps, but is there anything else that needs to be picked with them? For example, do I need to pick the framework app with everything, I'm sure I don't, but how do I know?
    I'm using YAHFA myself, even though I was using SandHook earlier with EdXposed. Also, I'm passing SafetyNet without an issue and Play Store shows certified as well, so that's nice.

    Coming to your question about "scope", basically for a module, you have to select the apps that are hooked by the module. This is pretty straightforward for modules that hook a specific app, for example, if you're using WATweaker, you have to select WhatsApp in its "scope". Similarly, another example, if you're using Instaprefs, you have to select Instagram in its "scope". However, for more systemwide module (like GravityBox, for example), multiple apps have to be selected in the "scope" as the module is more global in nature, so to speak.

    The only way to figure out which apps need to be added in scope for a module is to ask the module developer or by trial and error. Taking GravityBox as an example, you'll find the list of apps that need to be selected for its scope in the first post of its thread (under apps that need to be whitelisted; "whitelisted" term being used in context of EdXposed, since when the post was written, LSPosed wasn't a thing).

    Also, modules are can support for auto-adding recommended apps to their scope, but that responsibility lies with the module developer. Once again, taking GravityBox as the example, if you install GravityBox in LSPosed, you don't have to select apps manually in its scope. They're auto-selected since the developer has added support for LSPosed and auto-selection of scope apps.

    I know the reply is long-ish, but I hope it helps you and the others who had similar questions. :)
    8
    Can you please provide me with an up to date list of all Android apps (literally millions) ? Do you see the problem?
    Solution could be to implement some kind of direct interface between LSPosedManager and modules using IPC (e.g. service).
    Apart from manifest listed scoped packages, LSPosed could query all modules that implement that predefined interface to query for additional required packages. This way module could dynamically manage whitelisted apps.
    8
    So who is maintaining edxposed now versus this new version? Why the need to develop this, versus just banding together to make a stronger edxposed?
    I think this is an excellent question.

    As it is now, LSPosed is just a random spin off, causing only more confusion and fragmentation. It reportedly works okay though. On the other hand the project could be abandoned tomorrow.

    So, why was LSPosed started exactly? And by who(m) exactly?

    You @YiPing_Huang say it are the same developers. Can you please introduce them?

    Note that people put a lot of trust into the developers. Xposed modifies Android at the core after all.

    Moreover, EdXposed was removed from the Magisk repository for consistent poor maintenance quality. So, the same developers wouldn't even be a good thing.
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