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29th May 2016, 08:36 PM |#11  
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Thanks for experimenting with this!

I haven't installed it yet - I'm currently running XtreStoLite 3.1.1 with systemless SuperSu 2.74 and a conventional Wanam Xposed arm64 v85 installation on zeroflte (Galaxy S6).

Even with the conventional Xposed installation, toggling off Xposed in the latest rev (5/29) of @DVDandroid's installer and rebooting allows Android Pay to work. ART cache didn't rebuild either as noted in your post.

This is great progress!

This is actually not true on my side.
Disabling it will not make android pay to work. I just tested it.
I have to use systemless Xposed to pass safety net check.
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29th May 2016, 09:39 PM |#12  
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This is actually not true on my side.
Disabling it will not make android pay to work. I just tested it.
I have to use systemless Xposed to pass safety net check.

Hmm. How did you test? I used to get blocked by SafetyNet when I tried to add a card. Today, after deactivating Xposed and rebooting, I was able to add a card, but I haven't tried to make a purchase yet.

I'll switch to systemless Xposed the next time I update my ROM. Hopefully it will become the default install method. @rovo89 mentioned the possibility of going systemless a while ago but said he didn't plan to work on it.
29th May 2016, 10:02 PM |#13  
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Your boot image seems good.
What is your actual issue?
The framework doesn't work? Did you install the Xposed Installer stated in the OP (it has been updated)?
If you have all the things above, please post the screenshot go the Xposed Installer modules section, thanks

29th May 2016, 10:06 PM |#14  
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I'm still not sure from reading the op or any posts whether ap works with this. Anything conclusive?
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i Found one bug
i founded one bug, is in update-binary, doesnt extract xposed.prop ,xposedbridge.jar and libxposed_art.so.

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29th May 2016, 11:04 PM |#16  
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In /su i dont see any xposed files

---------- Post added 30-05-2016 at 12:04 AM ---------- Previous post was 29-05-2016 at 11:40 PM ----------

I manually put missing this 3 files to /su and works great. THX

30th May 2016, 01:07 AM |#17  
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Thank you @koko115
OP updated with a version that should be working.
I forgot to put spaces in the previous release
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The x86 version has a few downloads now.
Is the x86 working as expected? Can anyone report if it works?
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31st May 2016, 08:29 PM |#19  
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I'm getting hung up on this step: "Flash systemless Xposed"
Would that be to say reboot into TWRP, press Install and pick the arm64 for my HTC 10?

Thanks!!

UPDATE: That's exactly what I did, worried I bricked my phone there for a second the boot logo took very long but now it's optimizing all the apps and starting up.

UPDATE 2: Success!!
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31st May 2016, 09:51 PM |#20  
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Works great! Only the app says xposed 85.0 is installed but it's actually 85.1. Probably something you didn't edit because twrp also thought it was 85.0

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I don't run Xposed so I haven't tried anything, but aside from the points you raise yourself in the OP I have some comments:

(1) sukernel. Why are you including sukernel in the package? It should already be installed by SuperSU into /su/bin? Expect issues with this in the future.

(2) /su/lib: I see you are using both /su/lib and /su/lib64. /su/lib should be used for max-bits binaries: 32 bit on 32 bit systems, 64 bit on 64 bit systems - not 32 bit on 64 bit systems. Please use /su/lib32 and /su/lib64 instead if that fits better with your setup.
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