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9th February 2018, 07:48 AM |#2571  
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No issue here,after clicking ,i have option to download via xda or browser,choose browser and sorted,i hope that may help.

Tried to reset preferred apps for this link, but when i click on the "download" link right unde the "uninstall official and download this" it says me that it can't analyze the URL

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12th February 2018, 08:19 PM |#2572  
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Latest version: 3.1.2 by dvdandroid - 18/10/17 - 39 - 1508330700000

What's new:
Improvements for Xposed with Android 7.0+


Changelog


09/09/17

NEW: new path for Magisk (@topjohnwu)
IMPROVEMENTS: Oreo improvements
IMPROVEMENTS: translations updates
FIX: fixed reported bugs
FIX: fixed cannot download uninstallers



04/08/17

NEW: added support for Purify Systemless Xposed
IMPROVEMENT: move downloaded modules in a temp directory (only 24+)
FIX: cannot download update
FIX: enable/disable modules if Xposed is disabled
FIX: prevent crash



26/07/17

faster zip loading
fixed download button for Android 7.0+



26/11/16

NEW: /system installation without recovery (only rovo89 zips)
NEW: module's name and description are selectable
FIX: apply default round icon
FIX: architecture error
FIX: bug when changing language
FIX: FCs
Updated translations.



13/11/16
Same as 12/11 + Fix Portuguese translation

12/11/16

NEW: Android 7.1 Quick Shortcuts!
NEW: Android 7.1 round icon!
NEW: Preparation for Xposed for Nougat
NEW: Option to force English language
IMPROVEMENT: Speed up zip loading
IMPROVEMENT: Cherry-picked changes from official Xposed Installer
FIX: Fix some preferences for Kitkat and lower devices
FIX: Fix FCs
Translation updates



16/10/16

Fixed some crash
Updated strings
Readded background update checker (check only at device boot)
Removed apk installation with root



08/10/16

Fix: Long module version names misshape card layout
Fix: When Xposed is disabled, the app uninstalled through installer is wrong
New: Animating toolbar on color change
New: Module page details now can be opened from url
New: Info dialog in log fragment
Removed: background update checker



08/10/16

UI fixes
Make folder only when needed
Synced translations



05/08/16

UI enhancements
Bug fixes
Synced translations!



31/07/16

Automatic selection of architecture of zip file
Allow to enable module only, without rebooting
Don't enable module automatically when importing (revert)
Use a prefs file to store bookmarks (revert)
Ability to change download path


Bug fixes
New language: Estonian translation!
Synced translations!



21/07/16:

Save log in internal memory
Don't show hint if Xposed is already installed
Bug fixes for Android 5.0 (removed systemless section)
Fixed FCs
Updated translations



15/07/16:

Big improvements for tablets!
Added support for new systemles method
Added a button to download a module without installing
Added option to disable updates check
When importing a list of modules, also enable them
Fixed FCs
Other UI improvements

Bug fixes
Synced translations!



23/06/16:

Installation on pre-lollipop devices is now available!
Added support for new systemless method (/vendor)
Auto selection of zip file when installing
Background update checker (only installer)
Option to skip xposedminversion check (thanks to @pyler)
Some small transitions


Bug fixes
Synced translations!



Of course, zip installation requires a custom recovery (TWRP)

Good afternoon. I'm on a VZW Note 4, running Jasminerom v7 (MM) CPF3, with the CPD1 unlocked Bootloader, and a recently updated from CPF 3 to CQI2 Baseband. The version of xposed I am running is 87.1 Custom by Wanam. The current Installer is Rovo89's 3.1.5. My question is, (noob...) if changing Installers, or the Framework for that matter, do I deactivate then uninstall all modules, clear data and cache in the Installers properties in Applications, reboot, then install your Material Installer, or can I simply uninstall 3.1.5, then install yours? My N900V seems VERY picky about which version of xposed Framework it will boot with, and seemingly, the installer that it will work with. Any version above the 87.1 Custom Modules will completely prevent a boot, requiring me to run the uninstallers from TWRP, boot to a full login, then shut down and start over. This includes clearing ART/Dalvik and Cache after every operation. I've searched, and have never seen a truly "Dick and Jane" explanation of how to work with changing versions of the Exposed Modules, the Framework, or the Installers. As well, before the install of the Framework, do I have to manually mount the system partition in TWRP, or does the script for the Framework do that automatically? A lot of questions, I know, but a great answer would probably clear up alot of my questions, and help many new people when working with xposed. Thanks in advance for your time Gents!
12th February 2018, 09:34 PM |#2573  
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The current Installer is Rovo89's 3.1.5. My question is, (noob...) if changing Installers, or the Framework for that matter, do I deactivate then uninstall all modules, clear data and cache in the Installers properties in Applications, reboot, then install your Material Installer, or can I simply uninstall 3.1.5, then install yours? My N900V seems VERY picky about which version of xposed Framework it will boot with, and seemingly, the installer that it will work with...

Personally, I tend to go "Above and Beyond" when it comes to certain actions like this.

I know that, what I do, is really more than what Is required but, the following is what I would tend to do if I was to change the XPosed Installer app...

1) Deactivate all the Modules and then reboot the device.

2) Uninstall the XPosed Installer app and then reboot the device.

3) Install the new XPosed Installer app and then reboot the device.

4) Open the new XPosed Installer app and confirm that the Framework is good to go (Active) and then Reactivate all the XPosed Modules and then reboot the device.

I'll reiterate... I know that this is above and beyond but, this process has always worked for me and I just stick with what the old saying goes "Don't fix what already works".

This is only a suggestion/recommendation and it's all up to you...

I wish you the best of luck! :thumbup:


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12th February 2018, 09:55 PM |#2574  
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Thank you Sir! Over and above is my way as well. I work as an Information Systems Tech with Military TUAV Systems, and although I'm well versed with our Procedures when it comes to Software, the Android OS is sometimes a bit perplexing. I've also been eyeballing your new Selinux Mode Changer, however I need to find another Kernel for my phone that will support it. Again, thank you!
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15th February 2018, 07:43 PM |#2575  
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Love the installer! 3 suggestions?

A way to block certain modules from showing up? Either individually, or if they are only in a certain language?

Also a way to block module that haven't been updated with a certain date

Lastly, a "confirmed" section? Like only show modules confirmed working (for most people) base on the SDK of xposed being used? Can always install modules via the external repository
15th February 2018, 09:18 PM |#2576  
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[Just to be sure....] You need root in order to install and use this?
16th February 2018, 12:30 AM |#2577  
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[Just to be sure....] You need root in order to install and use this?

You can install and use Xposed Installer w/o root, if you ask about Xposed Framework, then you are on wrong place.
But, it depends on which Xposed Framework you want to use and also on your device. You can simply flash normal (not systemless) Xposed via TWRP, which does not need root.

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16th February 2018, 12:37 AM |#2578  
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You can install and use Xposed Installer w/o root, if you ask about Xposed Framework, then you are on wrong place.
But, it depends on which Xposed Framework you want to use and also on your device. You can simply flash normal (not systemless) Xposed via TWRP, which does not need root.

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[I always thought TWRP needed root]
1. If I install TWRP, do I ruin further System Updates? My previous phone, after installing TWRP, and, later a system update, boot looped.
2. One example of why I wanted Xposed Framework was for Greenify.
16th February 2018, 05:17 AM |#2579  
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[I always thought TWRP needed root]
1. If I install TWRP, do I ruin further System Updates? My previous phone, after installing TWRP, and, later a system update, boot looped.
2. One example of why I wanted Xposed Framework was for Greenify.

Technically TWRP doesn't need root, it makes it easier for installation though.
Well, system updates don't expect you to modify anything so there is a good chance that it doesn't like when you do that.
Yeah, that's what you need the actual framework for, this is just an app that lists all modules and has a UI with some more info about the versions. The framework has different threads depending on your Android version and phone.
27th February 2018, 11:55 AM |#2580  
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I just installed Magisk and MIUI 9 on my Redmi Note 3 Pro. From the options in the installer, I can't figure out the difference between Xposed sdk23 arm64 and sdk23 Magisk MIUI. What is the difference, and which should I prefer?
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I just installed Magisk and MIUI 9 on my Redmi Note 3 Pro. From the options in the installer, I can't figure out the difference between Xposed sdk23 arm64 and sdk23 Magisk MIUI. What is the difference, and which should I prefer?

Does your phone have a 64bit processor
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