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By saahil40, Junior Member on 15th July 2019, 10:22 PM
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i have installed android studio and using Android 7.0 API 24 android virtual device.. i wanted to install xposed on it but for that i need root access...
i tried to start virtual device from emulator command line by using -writable-system .. after i used root and remount command through adb and pushed su to /system/bin/su and give permissions to it
after i installed supersu apk and rooted device succesfully.. but issue is when i reboot virtual device it go into bootloop.. if i do cold boot from android studio it again loose root access..
kindly suggest what i do.. i read somewhere to copy system.img from temp folder but i am not able to find system.img in any temp folder

PS::I AM USING WINDOWS 7
 
 
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i have installed android studio and using Android 7.0 API 24 android virtual device.. i wanted to install xposed on it but for that i need root access...
i tried to start virtual device from emulator command line by using -writable-system .. after i used root and remount command through adb and pushed su to /system/bin/su and give permissions to it
after i installed supersu apk and rooted device succesfully.. but issue is when i reboot virtual device it go into bootloop.. if i do cold boot from android studio it again loose root access..
kindly suggest what i do.. i read somewhere to copy system.img from temp folder but i am not able to find system.img in any temp folder

PS::I AM USING WINDOWS 7

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