Before my question (or inquirí if doesn't exist yet), must say that this is a very great work, so congrats to developers involved in it.
Well, my question is about the possibilities of install it on Phoenix OS x86_64, so I tried all kind of ways to do it, but always failed. The last failed try, made me reinstall Windows and lost all my files (yes, I'm a Little noob in this yet using console sh commands with incorrect .sh file).
A list what I get success (v) and failed (x):
- Full Root system.img with Supersu Pro using AndroidPCToolBox (v) (can't share the link here, so is a external forum, but is in the oficial phoenixstudio org forum.
- Install/Update Gapps with AndroidPCToolBox (x) [Was imposible to update Play Services. Always -501 error, neither following solution steps provided on Phoenix OS thread ]
- Install Xposed Framework (x)
- Install Magisk (x) [The same that XposedInstaller. Magisk app was successful installed but must install XposedFramework before.]
In short words, How can we, the users of any versión for Phoenix OS x86_64 (or another Android x86 Project based systems) succesfully install and use XposedFramework?
Thanks in advance, and still getting the hope to anyone make this possible soon.
Edit: Of course, was trying on the v2.5.8 (Based on Android7.1) versión for Phoenix OS. Now I will install the new one that was updated to v2.5.9.
Do not install SuperSU at all. Start with a clean image and only install Magisk!
Check this thread for instructions on how to install Magisk on Phoenix OS. This was literally the second result on Google....
If you installed Magisk successfully, install proper Xposed framework from Magisk Manager (for 7.1 it is SDK 25). Reboot your device. Install Xposed apk from DVDandroid. You must use DVDandroid's version for Magisk install.
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