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[2019.5.1][Magisk] Systemless Xposed v89.3/v90.2-beta3 (SDK 21-27)

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1st June 2016, 09:22 PM |#111  
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1st June 2016, 09:27 PM |#112  
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I'm having a similar issue posted earlier in the thread, where the Xposed Installer is not recognizing the framework. Here's my boot image. I tried from a clean /system, one that had normal Xposed but then uninstalled before flashing the zip, and one that only had SuperSU. Same issue every time. Using a HTC 10.
1st June 2016, 09:33 PM |#113  
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I'm having a similar issue posted earlier in the thread, where the Xposed Installer is not recognizing the framework. Here's my boot image. I tried from a clean /system, one that had normal Xposed but then uninstalled before flashing the zip, and one that only had SuperSU. Same issue every time. Using a HTC 10.

Do you have systemless supersu or is it installed in system partition?

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1st June 2016, 09:36 PM |#114  
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Do you have systemless supersu or is it installed in system partition?

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1st June 2016, 10:21 PM |#115  
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Sorry for the noob question but I have Stock Nexus6P 6.0.1 May 2016 Update with 2.74 SuperSU. How can I confirm if it is systemless or not?
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Sorry for the noob question but I have Stock Nexus6P 6.0.1 May 2016 Update with 2.74 SuperSU. How can I confirm if it is systemless or not?

2.74 is systemless by default...

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1st June 2016, 10:34 PM |#117  
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2.74 is systemless by default...

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Actually it checks device info and then either installs systemless or system root.

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1st June 2016, 10:38 PM |#118  
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Actually it checks device info and then either installs systemless or system root.

AFAIK on 6P and all other Nexus devices is systemless...

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1st June 2016, 10:49 PM |#119  
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Sorry for the noob question but I have Stock Nexus6P 6.0.1 May 2016 Update with 2.74 SuperSU. How can I confirm if it is systemless or not?

To properly answer your question, easy way is to check whether su.img (or .supersu (hidden file)) is located in /system/ (system-root) or in /data/ (systemless root).

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1st June 2016, 11:25 PM |#120  
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I'm having a similar issue posted earlier in the thread, where the Xposed Installer is not recognizing the framework. Here's my boot image. I tried from a clean /system, one that had normal Xposed but then uninstalled before flashing the zip, and one that only had SuperSU. Same issue every time. Using a HTC 10.

Is the problem that you had modified your /system by installing normal Xposed, even though you uninstalled it?

You need to start from stock|unmodified /system, install systemless Xposed and SuperSU.
1st June 2016, 11:45 PM |#121  
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Systemless

That happened to me a couple of times on my HTC M9... it was like it wasn't seeing the framework zip. I had to go restore a rooted stock backup and start over again and then it would work I tried uninstalling the Xposed app, reflashing the Romracer zip, etc but I always ended up having to basically start fresh. Did you by any chance restore data from your last device?
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