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Gautam Padirooted

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How to install the Xposed Framework and Use it ( Thanks to Rovo 89)

I made this guide because I thought the RAZR community lacked the knowledge about these xposed frameworks and how to use it. Only a few devs have actually implemented it. I have made this as simple as possible.

I have moved this thread here because the old one has been made for apps only

For the framework:
Download XposedInstaller.apk and install it ( download below)
Launch the Xposed Installer and click on "Install/Update"
Reboot
Done!


For any modifications/modules you want to install:
Download .apk and install it ( first install the app settings)
Launch the Xposed Installer and go to the "Modules" tab (you will also get there if you click on the notification warning you that the module is not enabled yet)
Enable the module by checking the checkbox
Reboot
Done!




Instructions for using modules :

Starting with Gmail
At this point i believe u have rebooted your phone after installing app settings and before that the Xposed installer itself

Open app settings and search for Gmail.

To get the kind of result displayed below
1. Change Screen(dp) settings to preferably 600*1024
2. Change font scale to 80 otherwise the dual panel will look messed up.
3. I would suggest u change the orientation to always landscape - worked best for me - depends on your liking
press the save button on the right top corner (then press yes) and check your newly designed gmail app right away
You can tinker with the settings and change it to your liking



Now lets move on to System Settings menu. (Dual panel!)( If u dont use Liquid smooth or AOKP)
search for settings in App settings
in the settings menu
Change DPI to 160
Screen(dp) to 1000*1600
and font scale to 130 ( ORIENTATION PREFERABLY ALWAYS LANDSCAPE )
Now save and check it out!



For the same thing - But If u use LiquidSmooth or AOKP)
Search for force dual panel in your system settings menu and check it.
Then go to app settings -> settings -> and then
Change DPI to 160
Font Scale to 110
Save and enjoy!




Now one last example for the PLAY STORE
Search for playstore in the app settings list and enter it.
Change DPI to 160
Font Scale to 110
Screen(dp) to 1000*1600 ( ORIENTATION PREFERABLY ALWAYS LANDSCAPE - YOUR CHOICE - WORKS BOTH WAYS )




Additional Settings for each app:

1. U can check fulscreen to disable statusbar in that app
2. Check screen on to change display timeout to never!( it will always stay on in that ap
3. Go to locale settings and select the language u want to display it in!
 

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woonaval

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I want to try this and I have a question, the xposed .apk installer, must be the one you attached to the thread, or we could use the "generic" one (here) which is a newer version?

Thanks!
 

rOman2205

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No space left on device

Could u explain a bit more.
Where and when are u getting that error and what exactly did u try?

I am using BOBCAT Rom v12 (NI4) where xposed framework is pre installed. I opened xposed, clicked install/update it showing me the following error

"Copying Xposed-Disabler-Recovery-zip...
Mounting /systen writable...
Backup already exist at /system/bin/app_process...orig
Copying app_process...
cp:write error: No space left on device

Could not copy app_process to /system/bin"

I have tried disabler_xposed.zip via recovery mode but no result.

Changed the installation method of xposed....no success either.

The rom is working fine except modules cant be used.........

Any suggestion...................

Thanks in advance.
 

rOman2205

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Jan 6, 2014
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Dhaka
Solution of xposed framework installation problem

Solved the problem.......atlast.........

use the kitkat externat sd patch. requires SU permission.
Reboot into recovery.
Install Zip from ExtSd Card
Select Xposed Installer.Zip

Had to flash it twice coz I disabled the xposed to be able to boot.

Thanks Developer for the excellent work.....
 

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GEWELY

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Solved the problem.......atlast.........

use the kitkat externat sd patch. requires SU permission.
Reboot into recovery.
Install Zip from ExtSd Card
Select Xposed Installer.Zip

Had to flash it twice coz I disabled the xposed to be able to boot.

Thanks Developer for the excellent work.....
not working also
 

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    How to install the Xposed Framework and Use it ( Thanks to Rovo 89)

    I made this guide because I thought the RAZR community lacked the knowledge about these xposed frameworks and how to use it. Only a few devs have actually implemented it. I have made this as simple as possible.

    I have moved this thread here because the old one has been made for apps only

    For the framework:
    Download XposedInstaller.apk and install it ( download below)
    Launch the Xposed Installer and click on "Install/Update"
    Reboot
    Done!


    For any modifications/modules you want to install:
    Download .apk and install it ( first install the app settings)
    Launch the Xposed Installer and go to the "Modules" tab (you will also get there if you click on the notification warning you that the module is not enabled yet)
    Enable the module by checking the checkbox
    Reboot
    Done!




    Instructions for using modules :

    Starting with Gmail
    At this point i believe u have rebooted your phone after installing app settings and before that the Xposed installer itself

    Open app settings and search for Gmail.

    To get the kind of result displayed below
    1. Change Screen(dp) settings to preferably 600*1024
    2. Change font scale to 80 otherwise the dual panel will look messed up.
    3. I would suggest u change the orientation to always landscape - worked best for me - depends on your liking
    press the save button on the right top corner (then press yes) and check your newly designed gmail app right away
    You can tinker with the settings and change it to your liking



    Now lets move on to System Settings menu. (Dual panel!)( If u dont use Liquid smooth or AOKP)
    search for settings in App settings
    in the settings menu
    Change DPI to 160
    Screen(dp) to 1000*1600
    and font scale to 130 ( ORIENTATION PREFERABLY ALWAYS LANDSCAPE )
    Now save and check it out!



    For the same thing - But If u use LiquidSmooth or AOKP)
    Search for force dual panel in your system settings menu and check it.
    Then go to app settings -> settings -> and then
    Change DPI to 160
    Font Scale to 110
    Save and enjoy!




    Now one last example for the PLAY STORE
    Search for playstore in the app settings list and enter it.
    Change DPI to 160
    Font Scale to 110
    Screen(dp) to 1000*1600 ( ORIENTATION PREFERABLY ALWAYS LANDSCAPE - YOUR CHOICE - WORKS BOTH WAYS )




    Additional Settings for each app:

    1. U can check fulscreen to disable statusbar in that app
    2. Check screen on to change display timeout to never!( it will always stay on in that ap
    3. Go to locale settings and select the language u want to display it in!
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    Hey , im getting an error " no space left" what can i do ?

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    Hey , im getting an error " no space left" what can i do ?

    Sent from my Liberty using Tapatalk 4 Beta

    Could u explain a bit more.
    Where and when are u getting that error and what exactly did u try?
    1
    I want to try this and I have a question, the xposed .apk installer, must be the one you attached to the thread, or we could use the "generic" one (here) which is a newer version?

    Thanks!

    Always follow the original link.(new link). This post was just to introduce newcomers to xposed with detailed instructions

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