[XPOSED] [NOUGAT] [CAN UNSTABLE] Xposed SDK25/24 for all arch

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vFs

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I have got amplify working very well. But somehow greenify was asking for module activation on every reboot and was force stoping in between.Other apps like google play store and launcher 3 were force stoping too.

After i installed adblocker and got stuck in bootlogo ,vibrating every 20 -30 seconds.

anyways great work by purifyos team

im on resurrection remix 5.8.3

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tomasz86

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Okay I've had others have issues such as mine. At first I thought it was OOS (I'm on it) but then others on custom ROMs reported this too.
Could you tell me your steps so that I know if I flashed the zip like you did.
I think I did everything the standard way.

1. Had LineageOS 14.1 with Magisk 13.3 installed.
2. Booted to TWRP and flashed Xposed-SDK25-Nougat-ARM-by-PurifyOS.zip.
3. Cleaned dalvik & cache and rebooted to system.
4. Installed XposedInstaller_by_dvdandroid_29_04_17.apk.
5. Installed Amplify and activated it in Xposed.
6. Rebooted the system.
7. Opened Amplify and gave it root access.

That is basically it. Of course, I also did a full backup in TWRP just in case something goes wrong. I have not needed to use it yet though ;). Amplify has been running for a few hours and is still reporting everything fine.

My phone is Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (the KR version with Snapdragon 800) although I do not think it really matters in this case as the actual ROM is the most important factor.
 

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I think I did everything the standard way.

1. Had LineageOS 14.1 with Magisk 13.3 installed.
2. Booted to TWRP and flashed Xposed-SDK25-Nougat-ARM-by-PurifyOS.zip.
3. Cleaned dalvik & cache and rebooted to system.
4. Installed XposedInstaller_by_dvdandroid_29_04_17.apk.
5. Installed Amplify and activated it in Xposed.
6. Rebooted the system.
7. Opened Amplify and gave it root access.

That is basically it. Of course, I also did a full backup in TWRP just in case something goes wrong. I have not needed to use it yet though ;). Amplify has been running for a few hours and is still reporting everything fine.

My phone is Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (the KR version with Snapdragon 800) although I do not think it really matters in this case as the actual ROM is the most important factor.
Are you sure you can change the parameters in amplify?

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