Hope this helps others. I have tried everything EXCEPT uninstalling xposed: rootcloak, xprivacy, xposed blacklist, lucky patcher, etc.
I am running lollipop 5.01 with unofficial xposed v8x for samsung. Xposed installer is a system app, the modules are not.
Using a file manager app with root, in the /data/data folder,
simply rename the folder called de.robv.android.xposed.installer
( i rename it to de.robv.android.xposed.installer2 )
Then launch the game, future fight. (Works fine for me)
you do not have to reboot! Just rename the folder.
When you are done with game and exit it, dont forget to rename
the xposed installer folder in /data/data back to de.robv.android.xposed.installer
It would be nice if someone could make an app or xposed module that could
simply toggle the renaming of the /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer folder!
I did not have to disable any modules or even reboot: simply renaming the folder above was all it took to get past the xposed security alert 2 error that prevents the game from running. Funny thing is, the xposed modules are running undetected, you just cant change module settings while the de.robv.android.xposed.installer folder is renamed.
My conclusion is that netmarble is somehow looking for specific folders/files as their way of detecting "anti-cheat" - which xposed is not!!!!
Hope this helps others out who want to play, but uninstalling xposed is a deal breaker!
( if this solution worked for you, please click on the THANKS button of my post.)
Ive looked at tasker. It would appear that it lacks a "rename" function for files: it only gives options for create, delete, copy, move, zip, etc - but no rename.
Thanks for the suggestion, however,
I guess I will just stick with the root file manager manual renaming method.
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