Xposed breaks Safetynet.
So that seems quite normal.
If you want Safetynet and Xposed, you're going to have to revert to a pre-november 2016 ROM.
Or either hope that RootSwitch won't disable the Xposed modules you need.
Quite frankly, I believe your best move would be to get rid of Xposed.
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Unfortunately, no. This depends on your phone. You need to find a ROM for your phone that is not Nougat and built before November 2016,
After that, you'll need systemless superSU, suhide, AND rootswitch.
This is not a very comfortable setup. And, as I wrote, I firmly believe that you'll be better off with a recent Nougat ROM and letting go of Xposed. I'm sure you can find a solution to 90% percent of what's bringing you back to Xposed.
Thanks for responding that quick
Since I didn't get USB MASS STORAGE Enabler working on my Galaxy S7 (delivered with Nougat) I downgraded to Marshmallow and there was nothing else to do but installing Magisk (v12) Just for interest I also installed Xposed systemless and - surprise - it worked as well! I only need to disable Xposed via Xposed installer switch and reboot to pass Safetynet. So it's almost perfect - my 90% solution
I already found a MM rom from oktober 2016. You said "systemless superSU". Magisk is also fine I guess? If you agree, I'll try
Im using minimal os v3 Android 5.1.1 kernel 3.4.67 armv7 r3 v71 .when my devices has 4.4 kitkat,i was used Xposed installer 2.4.1 because i tried hard for flashing Xposed latest and get bootloop.but only Xposed 2.4.1 version is supported for my phone.And now in my lollipop device i have tried many Xposed framework but no good result(bootloop again).
Sir please told me that what can i do in this situation for flashing Xposed framework.
My phone name is-Symphony E78
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