There is.. but we're not allowed to say it's name. All I can say is think of the "smiley face" app. I've been able to disable signature verification on Pie & 10; so it is possible.. I'm just not entirely sure how he managed to do that. I'll try to get in contact with that mysterious fella & see what he can tell me.
I realize that, but that notorious app isn't only for bypassing license verification. It's also for installing downgraded versions over installed ones & installing different signatures (useful when translating apps, as it becomes signed with a new test certificate).
L.P.'s Rebuild & Install feature fails on my device with the following error :
Where's the setting to bypass it ?
I'll take a look at those two projects (hopefully they still have active accessible GitHub repositories. If it's just a matter of updating the template from old Xposed to LSPosed & zygist; I could do it myself. I remember InstallerOpt being released for a very old framework (like 6 or 7), and that would put a fork in the process by having to change all the hooking process & basically the entire way the module works. If anyone knows the GitHub source to either or both of those modules, that'd help me greatly
I just re-read the error & a second process to do is Settings->Toolbox->Patch to Android. the alternative route is using the xposed module, but that has been highly regarded against, as it only works on very specific devices & bootloops the rest.
No problem, happy to help