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[XPOSED][7.0/6.0] Nougat/Marshmallow SD Fix v2.0- save files in external sd card!

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17th November 2018, 01:21 PM |#341  
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It doesn't work for me with the latest stock ROM (6.0.1) for Samsung Galaxy S5 mini (SM-G800F). Meaning TitaniumBackup still can't use any folder on external sd card other than "./Android/data/com.keramidas.TitanumBackup" as a backup folder, but this works also without having installed this app.
Has anybody made TitaniumBackup work as mentioned above? And if yes, how?
18th November 2018, 01:04 PM |#342  
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Y'all really! just read instructions! This was put on the OP of the first page! it stated how to set seLinux permissive to get the module to work if using magisk, and people are still complaining and asking for instructions without reading them there, or even the last few posts

set seLinux as permissive using a magisk module, or by flashing AROMA-SuperSUConfig prior to flashing supersu if that's the root method you used. it's really that simple, just read!

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Y'all really! just read instructions! This was put on the OP of the first page! it stated how to set seLinux permissive to get the module to work if using magisk, and people are still complaining and asking for instructions without reading them there, or even the last few posts

set seLinux as permissive using a magisk module, or by flashing AROMA-SuperSUConfig prior to flashing supersu if that's the root method you used. it's really that simple, just read!
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Installed this Xposed module from Xposed repository. It appears functional, but does not actually allow apps to write files into external sd card. After trying various fixes it appears that it needs a kernel that is not SELinux Enforcing

My system:
Samsung Galaxy Note4 SM-N910F
Latest stock firmware 6.0.1
Rooted with TWRP + Magisk
Xposed custom build by wanam (TouchWiz compatible)
BusyBox by Meefik

Other than that the module is great looking, easy to use and pretty straightforward.
6th November 2019, 08:49 PM |#348  
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Originally Posted by dib3ns

Installed this Xposed module from Xposed repository. It appears functional, but does not actually allow apps to write files into external sd card. After trying various fixes it appears that it needs a kernel that is not SELinux Enforcing

My system:
Samsung Galaxy Note4 SM-N910F
Latest stock firmware 6.0.1
Rooted with TWRP + Magisk
Xposed custom build by wanam (TouchWiz compatible)
BusyBox by Meefik

Other than that the module is great looking, easy to use and pretty straightforward.

Even better is xinternal sd. But she doesn't work with edxposed ...
And so far no one has been found willing to upgrade to edxposed
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