This is a problem with xposed framework that we are still investigating... xposed fails to load our module.If I go to the settings the app keeps telling me to reboot
and I have rebooted it so many times but it still doesn't work.
Can you tell me why?
This is a problem with xposed framework that we are still investigating... xposed fails to load our module.
If you look on your xposed log you may also find additional modules that fail to load for the same reason...
Seems like some problem with package installer... how do you restore data? through our backup / restore mechanism or through some other option?I have a problem I have never seen before
whenever I install a new version it appears to work OK and the app shows the new version. But after rebooting the app is not working, none of the functions work, although it still opens OK.
the only fix is to uninstall, reinstall, restore data and reboot. Everything is then OK.
I am also using gravity box and wondering if maybe there is an overlap of some kind ?
Hi, This is a problem with xposed - if you'll look into xposed log you'll see it fails loading our module (and probably some others)...Module dont work for me... After Reboot i get still the Reboot message and WhatsApp Mark as Read also not working.
I have a Uni C1 with Kitkat
Titanium backup can cause lots of issues when restoring old version data to a newer version install - not just on XNotifications but in general.
We have a built-in backup-restore mechanism that is designed to handle version migrations, it is highly recommended that you use it when migrating versions..
We didn't blame it on TB, just offered a tip. Are you using the Google Play version of XNotifications?I understand what you are saying though I have never experienced a problem with TB as long as you are careful restoring across Android versions.
however, TB resolved the problem here by getting the app to work - it didnt cause the problem
I dont unterstand what the Problem is, because Xposed for Kitkat (Xposed v. 2.6.) has not been updated for a while...Hi, This is a problem with xposed - if you'll look into xposed log you'll see it fails loading our module (and probably some others)...