And thanks for helping me...
Is it time to give up on Xposed for 7.0? I'm not trying to be snide in any way. I've enjoyed Xposed for years and appreciate the dev greatly. He/she has been very generous with all of us. But all things change. I hate to move on to 7.+ without Xposed but maybe I should.
I will apologize ahead of time if this has already been answered. I want to install xposed but my cpu is reading 32 bit and 64 bit. I have a lg l82vl from straight talk witch comes with android 5.1. Antutu says that my android version is running on 32 bit but my cpu is actually a 64 bit. I just dont want to install until i know witch one to go by and risk a brick... Again sorry if this has already been answered I really couldnt find an answer that made me feel comfortable making a decision. I would post pics i have of the info from antutu but i cant figure out how. I am more then willing to send in email or do what ever i need to do to get them on here if someone will tell me how. I am fairly comfortable with root and xposed on other devices, I just have not tried with this one yet. I want to make sure I am getting the right files before I go installing anything. @rovo89
This took me a bit to get additional information about it... LMAO!
It is, in fact, a 32/64 Processor and, after a bit of research, I'll give you the bottom line without too much the technical jargon.
It's an ARM that is ARM64 Capable. This means that they left the capabilities for providing an ARM64 ROM open for future ROM releases. The ARM64 is not open for use yet.
Bottom Line... "ARM"
I'm sure you're wondering "if it's ARM64 capable, why can't I just use the ARM64?" and the simple answer (as best as I can provide via text) is because the ARM64 option for that device was not unlocked for use yet.
I have an Asus Tablet that is also in the same boat and I still can't use the 64-bit capabilities yet.
I hope you understand this okay...
I wish you the best of luck!
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Do I brick my phone if I install the framework first and then the installer?
I tried installing xposed recently but I accidentally first flashed the framework and then I wanted to install the installer. But then my phone had a boot loop and it hasn't been fixed although I flashed the uninstaller. Was that my mistake or have I done anything wrong? I would try to install the installer first and then the framework but I don't want to flash CyanogenMod again and set Android up again.
Samsung Galaxy S3 neo, CyanogenMod 12.1
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