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By noboby, Junior Member on 14th July 2016, 01:28 AM
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Hello,

I have a Problem with Xposed on My Blackview BV 6000
Xposed Installer says Xposed is active (ver. 86) but none of the modules are working.
The modules alwasy asking me to activate them in Xposed and reboot, if iam doing so its the same after the next reboot.

I Tried this with some modules and it seems like really none of them is working.
I tried:
Xprivacy
Audio Balance
CPU Temp
and some more others.


Im Using a Blackview BV6000
It is a Android 6.0 Device
Im using Xposed-v86-sdk23-arm64
APK is: XposedInstaller_3.0_alpha4
I´am Using SuperSu v 2.76
When i Try to Read the Logs In Xposed it says No Such File or Directory....


Hope somebody can help me...
 
 
15th July 2016, 02:11 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by noboby

Hello,

I have a Problem with Xposed on My Blackview BV 6000
Xposed Installer says Xposed is active (ver. 86) but none of the modules are working.
The modules alwasy asking me to activate them in Xposed and reboot, if iam doing so its the same after the next reboot.

I Tried this with some modules and it seems like really none of them is working.
I tried:
Xprivacy
Audio Balance
CPU Temp
and some more others.


Im Using a Blackview BV6000
It is a Android 6.0 Device
Im using Xposed-v86-sdk23-arm64
APK is: XposedInstaller_3.0_alpha4
I´am Using SuperSu v 2.76
When i Try to Read the Logs In Xposed it says No Such File or Directory....


Hope somebody can help me...

Hi.

You can try my grorkmod. It was created for the Telephone p9000, but works also for other chinaphones.

It look like mediatek (?) had a bug in their boot.img.

To be sure you can provide the following files:
/file_contexts
/seapp_contexts

Greetings
Vsrookie

Grorkmod v1.0

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15th July 2016, 09:47 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by vsrookie

Hi.

You can try my grorkmod. It was created for the Telephone p9000, but works also for other chinaphones.

It look like mediatek (?) had a bug in their boot.img.

To be sure you can provide the following files:
/file_contexts
/seapp_contexts

Greetings
Vsrookie

Grorkmod v1.0

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I installed my Backup to have a Clean Start, then i installed grorkmod like is in the discription in the grorkmod-thread.
I Looks like Xposed is Working fine Now.


Thank You very Much for your Hint!
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12th August 2016, 01:49 PM |#4  
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I can confirm grorkmod to fix xposed on my BV6000 FW20160713.

What I did:
- Flash TWRP Recovery with the sp-flash-tool (I used Version 1628 linux)
- boot into recovery
- install Supersu
- boot into system
- install busybox
- generate a ZIP file within the busybox app (and copy it to external sd)
- power off
- boot into recovery
- wipe Dalvik/ART Cache
- wipe entire System/Data (factory reset)
- power off (either by entering halt in terminal or by holding down the power button)
- reflash 20160713_s12v55_jk_3m with sp-flash-tool, replacing recovery.img with the TWRP one. (I suppose you can just exclude it, as it is still installed)
- boot into recovery
- wipe cache again (don't know if necessary)
- install busybox, supersu, grorkmod, xposed
- reboot into system
- installed xposedinstaller
- rebooted (through normal system's power button, not xposedInstallers menu)
- activated xprivacy in xposedinstaller
- installed xprivacy
- rebooted (again the system way)
Success

The hardware reboot within xposedinstaller still returns the error:
sush: <stdin>[8]: /data/user/0/de.robv.xposed.installer/cache/busybox-xposed:not found

The software reboot did produce a bootloop, though that was before I found grorkmod. I do not intend to try it out again.

@vsrookie
What worries me a bit:
Quote:

Understand this:
SELinux is a abbreviation for Security Enhanced Linux. That isn't just a name, it's the programm.
With this mod you will loose the S in the name.

Would it make sense to make a "grorkmod-lite" that only fixes the broken contexts? (I know this question might sound dump)
12th August 2016, 11:00 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by hanseatic2

I can confirm grorkmod to fix xposed on my BV6000 FW20160713.

What I did:
- Flash TWRP Recovery with the sp-flash-tool (I used Version 1628 linux)
- boot into recovery
- install Supersu
- boot into system
- install busybox
- generate a ZIP file within the busybox app (and copy it to external sd)
- power off
- boot into recovery
- wipe Dalvik/ART Cache
- wipe entire System/Data (factory reset)
- power off (either by entering halt in terminal or by holding down the power button)
- reflash 20160713_s12v55_jk_3m with sp-flash-tool, replacing recovery.img with the TWRP one. (I suppose you can just exclude it, as it is still installed)
- boot into recovery
- wipe cache again (don't know if necessary)
- install busybox, supersu, grorkmod, xposed
- reboot into system
- installed xposedinstaller
- rebooted (through normal system's power button, not xposedInstallers menu)
- activated xprivacy in xposedinstaller
- installed xprivacy
- rebooted (again the system way)
Success

The hardware reboot within xposedinstaller still returns the error:
sush: <stdin>[8]: /data/user/0/de.robv.xposed.installer/cache/busybox-xposed:not found

The software reboot did produce a bootloop, though that was before I found grorkmod. I do not intend to try it out again.

@vsrookie
What worries me a bit:


Would it make sense to make a "grorkmod-lite" that only fixes the broken contexts? (I know this question might sound dump)

Hi.

Thank you for trying my mod.

This was a hint for the old version < 1.0.
In 1.0 everything is fine. It "only" fixes the needed files.

greetings
vsrookie

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2nd September 2016, 10:08 PM |#6  
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If you update firmware via official OTA to avoid boot loop uninstall xposed by flashing the zip xposed Uninstaller for marshmallow(on xda thread)! After first reboot u have to re flash supersu grorkmod and xposed (clearing caches). I've lost two hours to understand!
4th February 2017, 07:14 AM |#7  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vsrookie

Hi.

Thank you for trying my mod.

This was a hint for the old version < 1.0.
In 1.0 everything is fine. It "only" fixes the needed files.

greetings
vsrookie

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Which version do you think (or know) will be better for BV6000 rooted with GizBeat manual? 1.0? or 1.1?
15th April 2017, 05:18 PM |#8  
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Xposed Bv6000 Android7
Hi
I rooted my BV6000 on Android 7.
Is it possible to install XPOSED?
And if, how? (no rom of android 7 available; people with bricked phones after downgrading)
Thanks for your help!!!
Cheers
12th February 2018, 06:33 PM |#9  
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