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MrWasdennnoch

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Why would it? It's designed for roms that lack n features not n itself. It doesn't even make sense to install lol.
Also I see alot of people complaining about gravity box not working, I wonder where they got gravity box for N...
You seem to have missed something :p
Because I know for sure it doesn't work anywhere but on L and M.
 

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You seem to have missed something :p
Because I know for sure it doesn't work anywhere but on L and M.
Yeah I know, I'm just pointing out they are complaining a non existent module is not working, so I'm guessing they are just using a module from an old version of android and complaining that it doesn't work
 
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Regarding GravityBox. It won't work as it has a safety fuse which does not allow it to run on SDK it was not designed for to save people from trouble.
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        if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT != 23) {
            XposedBridge.log("!!! GravityBox you are running is not designed for "
                    + "Android SDK " + Build.VERSION.SDK_INT + " !!!");
            return;
        }
Migration to N will start as soon as there is Xposed Framework which is ready enough for module development. Current unofficial builds that started to appear all over the forums are unfortunately not ready, especially for the complex modules.
 

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rovo89 didn't want to release half working code to avoid this exact kind of situation.
Both of the Nougat versions are not stable and the repackagers* that released them are not going to be able to fix them.

* Yes I'm calling them repackagers and not developers because they basically took the heavily experimental work of abforce and made it flashable, knowing that it isn't even supposed to be used like that.

And here's rovo89's opinion on the matter if anyone is interested.
 
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TL;DR of Rovo's answer:
 

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Regarding GravityBox. It won't work as it has a safety fuse which does not allow it to run on SDK it was not designed for to save people from trouble.

Migration to N will start as soon as there is Xposed Framework which is ready enough for module development. Current unofficial builds that started to appear all over the forums are unfortunately not ready, especially for the complex modules.
Can u plz tell me the way to remove this safety fuse, want to take risk on my own responsibility

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Can u plz tell me the way to remove this safety fuse, want to take risk on my own responsibility
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The whole and official sources of the project are available at github
thus anyone can fork it and make its very own version. But please note I wouldn't be happy about unofficial builds for N starting to pop up in public forums, just like rovo89 is not happy about the framework that works partially and is source of many troubles for everyone.
 

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The whole and official sources of the project are available at github
thus anyone can fork it and make its very own version. But please note I wouldn't be happy about unofficial builds for N starting to pop up in public forums, just like rovo89 is not happy about the framework that works partially and is source of many troubles for everyone.
I'm not a developer so just cant build it from github source, I thought editing some smali will do the work and somehow even if I'm successful in removing the fuse I'm not going to upload it without your permission, thankyou

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rovo89 didn't want to release half working code to avoid this exact kind of situation.
Both of the Nougat versions are not stable and the repackagers* that released them are not going to be able to fix them.

* Yes I'm calling them repackagers and not developers because they basically took the heavily experimental work of abforce and made it flashable, knowing that it isn't even supposed to be used like that.

And here's rovo89's opinion on the matter if anyone is interested.
Good job abforce. Leading the way and getting us the best status update from rovo89 we've seen in a long time.

This should be an encouraging sign to other interested developers. It seems rovo is ready to review and comment on your Xposed progress.
 
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rovo89 didn't want to release half working code to avoid this exact kind of situation.
Both of the Nougat versions are not stable and the repackagers* that released them are not going to be able to fix them. * Yes I'm calling them repackagers and not developers because they basically took the heavily experimental work of abforce and made it flashable, knowing that it isn't even supposed to be used like that. https://github.com/rovo89/Xposed/issues/230#issuecomment-316623920". And here's rovo89's opinion on the matter if anyone is interested.[/URL]
TL;DR of Rovo's answer:
This is a very nice thing for providing us with the information/feedback regarding those unstable releases.

Purely as a matter of my, personal, opinion... I would have liked to see @rovo89 do a quick Status Update addressing this but, getting the information itself from member(s) with first hand information from him is better than not getting it at all.

I'm not complaining at all... Just providing my, personal, opinion and appreciation for those who are filling us in on this.

I'm wondering if anyone thought about the fact that, after a stable version has been released, how many individuals would be quick to assume that it was broken because one or more of their favorite XPosed Modules wasn't working at all.

I believe that there's too many XPosed Module Developers that should be outlining a fact that their modules are not N+ compatible and, even after Rovo89 has released the stable Framework for them, the users of their modules should wait till they have stabilized their Modules for the N+.

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I'm not a developer so just cant build it from github source, I thought editing some smali will do the work and somehow even if I'm successful in removing the fuse I'm not going to upload it without your permission, thankyou

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I removed the fuse myself. It still doesn't work at all.
 
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