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Addon.d script for Xposed to survive CM13 dirtyFlashes!! thnx to @adlx.xda

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25th December 2015, 03:23 PM |#11  
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Must say, works great with MoKee MM, v79, on G3 D851.

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25th December 2015, 04:10 PM |#12  
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Thanks you!
Can you make a script to survive SuperSU and ViperFX too? After every nightly I (and probably many other peoples) must flash it again.
25th December 2015, 10:11 PM |#13  
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Thanks you!
Can you make a script to survive SuperSU and ViperFX too? After every nightly I (and probably many other peoples) must flash it again.

I dont really use them... I'll see what I can do as soon as the xMas vacations ends

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26th December 2015, 04:03 PM |#14  
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It does not work in @Sultanxda for CM13 ROM.
When upgrading to a new version is fixed at bootlogo and not continuous load
26th December 2015, 04:38 PM |#15  
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It does not work in @Sultanxda for CM13 ROM.
When upgrading to a new version is fixed at bootlogo and not continuous load

Ok. Sorry, I will look into it as soon as I have more time on?

Listen do you have any logs?

Did you wait enough? Sometime it take more time to boot. Or maybe there is something wrong with latest ROM.

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26th December 2015, 04:49 PM |#16  
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Ok. Sorry, I will look into it as soon as I have more time on?

Listen do you have any logs?

Did you wait enough? Sometime it take more time to boot. Or maybe there is something wrong with latest ROM.

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Thanks for your quick response.
I installed the zip is 81-Xposed-update-signed-modified.zip
I've seen one that is xposed-addon.d-script-arm.zip
What should I install?
I think it had two at a time and possibly that the problem is not it?
The time was 10 minutes bootlogo doing nothing.
How I can create a log to send?
26th December 2015, 06:21 PM |#17  
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Please sir, consider using mine "81-Xposed-update-signed.zip"
Or just try the copy paste thing in the addon.d folder under system.

U can try making some test to determine either the problem comes with my zip or from ur ROM, like flshing your update without my zip and verifying if it boots.

For the log, I use to grab it from TWRP recovery after I flashed my stuff and before rebooting.

You can find the option under "Advanced" tab the "copy log to SD".

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9th January 2016, 10:31 PM |#18  
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Does this work on AOSP Marshmallow? I'm on OnePlus One SlimSaber rom.THis script would be very useful. Thank you.
10th January 2016, 03:16 AM |#19  
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Does this work on AOSP Marshmallow? I'm on OnePlus One SlimSaber rom.THis script would be very useful. Thank you.

It should work just fine. Make at least a nandroid backup and try it out.
Report back if works

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14th February 2016, 08:29 PM |#20  
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/system/addon.d/ is a folder in CM ROMs where the user (and sometimes apps) can put scripts that will be run when you flash a new version of the ROM.

Tipically those scripts are used to backup system apps, and their files, so that they can survive a format and reFlash.

For example, this is how you would keep SuperSU (root), Avast Agent,...

I made the script below so that @rovo89's Xposed for Marshmallow will survive (that is keep it installed) when I flash a new CM13 nightly.

Tested on my phone #MotoG #Falcon (32bits), just flashed latest CM13 nightly, wiped cache and dalvik-cache and the phone rebooted fine (and Xposed was still working). Tested on latest TWRP might not work with other recovery.

Warning: It's for Xposed for Marsshmallow only. It work as of today. It might not work later with new future versions of Xposed. Also not sure it would work for 64bits.

If you use superSu or you have root permitions, you can put this file under "/system/addon.d" and give it the right permitions as the other files in the folder:
81-Xposed.sh

Or just flash the zip attached!!

Haven't tested it on 64bit but It should work, please try and report back!!

this was possible thanks to @adlx.xda so just go over his thread and grab him a beer!! Thank him as well!!

Thank me if you appreciate

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14th February 2016, 08:32 PM |#21  
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Where' s the script?

It's attached to OP, opening post / oroginal post
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