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[DISCUSSION] Xposed for Lollipop

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25th April 2017, 05:05 PM |#12391  
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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

The XPosed Framework is normally common practice to install before the Installer app.


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3rd May 2017, 06:29 AM |#12392  
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So nice
14th May 2017, 04:37 AM |#12393  
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Hello, i have a silly problem 😈 i am using asarre rom s8/s7/j5 for grand prime and it came with xposed installer but it isn't fully installed ,so i tried to install (xposed installer 3.1.1) but it couldn't be installed , So i tried to uninstall the version that came with the rom (with systwm app remover) and tried to install it again but i cant ,
Any help ??!
17th May 2017, 08:42 PM |#12394  
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Android 5.1 xposed framework error
I need some help. I followed all the tutorials I found about how to install framework in my Android version. But it seems impossible. This error keeps appearing: the 87 framework version is installed, but no activated. How can I solve it?
17th May 2017, 08:44 PM |#12395  
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Does you clear cache into recovery after installing?
18th May 2017, 05:10 AM |#12396  
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Does you clear cache into recovery after installing?

Wipe dalvik cache from TWRP, once the installation of framework completes, reboot.
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19th May 2017, 05:24 AM |#12397  
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Hello

Can you help me ? I can't instal xposed framework from recovery and my phone bootloop in phone logo.
My phone samsung j5 sm500g with sdk22 and armv7.
How can i install xposed framework on my phone ? Thanks.
19th May 2017, 06:04 AM |#12398  
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Can you help me ? I can't instal xposed framework from recovery and my phone bootloop in phone logo.
My phone samsung j5 sm500g with sdk22 and armv7.
How can i install xposed framework on my phone ? Thanks.

By chosing the correct framework version.

Check post #2 for instruction about hot to identify the correct framework version.
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By chosing the correct framework version.

Check post #2 for instruction about hot to identify the correct framework version.

I am instal xposed-v87-sdk22-arm.zip but can't work, that is true version for my phone ?
19th May 2017, 10:05 AM |#12400  
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I am instal xposed-v87-sdk22-arm.zip but can't work, that is true version for my phone ?

No... read post #2 again, especially the table with the different versions.

Hint: you are using a Samsung device with stock ROM, right?
21st May 2017, 02:22 AM |#12401  
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This thread is pissing me off, I fired up my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, and there's no help for me to get xposed going, back in 2013 when I first rooted my HTC Evo 3D, there was about 8 modules in the repo, there was versions that worked with ice n jb. Will a blessed soul please put up a version that will work with jelly bean, I'd be immensely grateful!
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