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5th September 2019, 06:38 PM |#211  
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I've uninstalled it and have installed it again, this doesn't help. When I activate it I have to reboot to be fully functional and it makes the system freeze. It is not so when it is deactivated from EdXposed.

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6th September 2019, 09:39 PM |#212  
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I've uninstalled it and have installed it again, this doesn't help. When I activate it I have to reboot to be fully functional and it makes the system freeze. It is not so when it is deactivated from EdXposed.

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For me it still doesn't work too. The animation just disappears (the screen immediately gets black if turning off, even no standard Android dimming animation). Xposed Log included. In the log is something with "remove native screen off animation failed, class not found" written.

ScreenOffAnimation 1.9, pixel 2, pie, edxposed yahfa.

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I need proper logcats in order to fix the issue, some of you sent the xposed logs that have nothing to do with the issue and some have sent nothing
7th September 2019, 02:07 AM |#213  
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In order to make one adequate .log we have to get the opportunity to do it and save it, but unfortunately when this moment comes the system is unstable to make whatever operation you want freely. In case there is another sophisticated method we don't know about.
7th September 2019, 05:13 AM |#214  
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Not working for me on OP6 stock pie. When I preview the animation, nothing happens. There is no entry in the log so nothing to attach here.
7th September 2019, 01:02 PM |#215  
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@gkillershots ok, i made a normal logcat, strating at boot and also locked the device 2 times (at 13:56:06 and 13:56:13). Yes, i agree
that logcat contain much more relevant info as Xposed log. Hope it will help you)
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8th September 2019, 10:39 PM |#216  
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@gkillershots ok, i made a normal logcat, strating at boot and also locked the device 2 times (at 13:56:06 and 13:56:13). Yes, i agree
that logcat contain much more relevant info as Xposed log. Hope it will help you)

nice... but no errors are found on the logs, do the module appears as enabled for you? when it's active on edxposed and you go to the main app screen is that red inactvie module message present?

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Not working for me on OP6 stock pie. When I preview the animation, nothing happens. There is no entry in the log so nothing to attach here.

select a animation and reboot, preview is bad

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In order to make one adequate .log we have to get the opportunity to do it and save it, but unfortunately when this moment comes the system is unstable to make whatever operation you want freely. In case there is another sophisticated method we don't know about.

logcat is over adb, also liveboot from chainfire
9th September 2019, 07:07 AM |#217  
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nice... but no errors are found on the logs, do the module appears as enabled for you?

No red message, module active, rebooted even 2 times, after activating of module and after selecting animation.
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