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

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13th June 2016, 12:52 AM |#531  
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Supersu works just fine on CM as long as built-in root is disabled. There's no issues whatsoever. And your Xposed point only applies to some modules that affect system apps or system frameworks such as GravityBox. Actually, many universal Xposed mods work better on CM than heavily modified manufacturer UI's such as TouchWiz. Also, you can do a lot more with xposed than to modify system apps or framework. You can hook into downloaded apps and do wonders. That doesn't affect the system in any way, nor will it have any conflicts with system behavior, was it CM or TouchWiz or Nexus or whatever.

Ofc it's highly dependent on which rom one is using. There's official CM and then there's many roms built on top of it. Everything has always been smooth with Xposed on all CM roms I've ever tried. Only issues I've ever had with Xposed was with AOSP based rom.

Ps. You want to know why Xposed is not supported by many rom devs? - because most of the times the errors users get with Xposed are not related to Xposed framework nor the compatibility with the rom, but to the modules the users have installed. It's not the rom dev's issue if module A breaks something in the rom itself, it's out of their control.

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That's why I used the words does not work well and officially... By the way, it's not me asking what are the capabilities of xposed as I know all those... I don't know what's your point popping up just like that mate... If you want to help the guy, then do so...

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13th June 2016, 01:18 AM |#532  
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But you are using CM, maybe that's your problem... Why even bother using systemless in a custom rom?

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Then use the alternative version for systemless too...

Many games and social apps will detect either root or xposed and won't allow you to use them, that's why I'm using systemless also the new safrtynet will disable more and more app as it get implemented. Right now this is .y safrtynet results. Also I want to keep my device update since motorola is dropping support.

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13th June 2016, 01:47 AM |#533  
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Many games and social apps will detect either root or xposed and won't allow you to use them, that's why I'm using systemless also the new safrtynet will disable more and more app as it get implemented. Right now this is .y safrtynet results. Also I want to keep my device update since motorola is dropping support.

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Aw, so that's why you're using CM and is based on lp... It sucks when oem's drops support for a device, but that's the way it has been, so we have to adopt... You better wait if the dev can do something about it... Or you could try other available roms for your device, perhaps an aosp based...

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13th June 2016, 01:55 AM |#534  
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Aw, so that's why you're using CM and is based on lp... It sucks when oem's drops support for a device, but that's the way it has been, so we have to adopt... You better wait if the dev can do something about it... Or you could try other available roms for your device, perhaps an aosp based...

Lest hope he can work something out, I'm up for providing logs and all the info needed

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13th June 2016, 02:14 AM |#535  
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I have encountered the second error in the FAQ section where it says "Xposed Framework version 85.5 (Systemless by topjohnwu) is installed, but not active. Please check the logs for details." as demonstrated in the screenshot below.
Here is the link to the logs "recovery.log and liveboot.log"
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jx3fu9xrz...7dmjKthva?dl=0

HTC One M9
Android 6.0
MaximusHD ROM 7.0.0 (stock ROM)
Systemless root installed
Systemless Xposed v85.5 sdk23 arm64 installed
Xposed installer v3.0 alpha4 by dvdandroid

Hope I am clear enough
Thank you!

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13th June 2016, 05:02 AM |#536  
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Originally Posted by teddy0209

That's why I used the words does not work well and officially... By the way, it's not me asking what are the capabilities of xposed as I know all those... I don't know what's your point popping up just like that mate... If you want to help the guy, then do so...

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Well, as I said, xposed works at least as well on CM than on any OEM version of Android, often even better. Besides, OEM's (nor Google) don't support xposed either, do they?

I just let you know many reasons why one would install systemless xposed on CM roms, when you were asking why would one do that.

Not a personal attack towards you, just an eye opener

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13th June 2016, 06:37 AM |#537  
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As I said, I am well aware of the capabilities of xposed... I was having a conversation with someone... I did quote, right?.., and he already gave his answer... I don't know why you think I was asking in general...
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Well, as I said, xposed works at least as well on CM than on any OEM version of Android, often even better. Besides, OEM's (nor Google) don't support xposed either, do they?

I just let you know many reasons why one would install systemless xposed on CM roms, when you were asking why would one do that.

Not a personal attack towards you, just an eye opener

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13th June 2016, 06:44 AM |#538  
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Can somebody help me with installing systemless xposed on RR?
So far this is what i have tried.
I have installed systemless supersu
I have tried to install systemless xposed and i get a successful message post installing but when i open xposed app, it says xposed is not installed.
the normal version of xposed installs just fine but i am wanting to install systemless.
Any help with respect to this would be of much help. Thanks
I am using an Onplus 2 running RESURRECTION REMIX (latest build)
13th June 2016, 07:39 AM |#539  
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Can somebody help me with installing systemless xposed on RR?
So far this is what i have tried.
I have installed systemless supersu
I have tried to install systemless xposed and i get a successful message post installing but when i open xposed app, it says xposed is not installed.
the normal version of xposed installs just fine but i am wanting to install systemless.
Any help with respect to this would be of much help. Thanks
I am using an Onplus 2 running RESURRECTION REMIX (latest build)

Did supersu successfully install as systemless? You can check in the supersu app in settings under system (it should say not available in system-less root mode)...

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13th June 2016, 07:55 AM |#540  
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@DVDandroid

I have encountered the second error in the FAQ section where it says "Xposed Framework version 85.5 (Systemless by topjohnwu) is installed, but not active. Please check the logs for details." as demonstrated in the screenshot below.
Here is the link to the logs "recovery.log and liveboot.log"
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jx3fu9xrz...7dmjKthva?dl=0

HTC One M9
Android 6.0
MaximusHD ROM 7.0.0 (stock ROM)
Systemless root installed
Systemless Xposed v85.5 sdk23 arm64 installed
Xposed installer v3.0 alpha4 by dvdandroid

Hope I am clear enough
Thank you!

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I'm sorry, but I can't help you. Xposed Installer app works fine; Xposed initialization doesn't work.
Maybe @topjohnwu can help you.
Here are some of the log line that I extrapolated:

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36,2789,6025012,-;type=1400 audit(1465779310.499:8): avc: denied { write } for pid=526 comm="e2fsck" name="xposed.img" dev="mmcblk0p67" ino=13 scontext=u:r:fsck:s0 tcontext=u:object_r:system_data_file:s0 tclass=file permissive=0
@line397
38,2790,6072949,-;type=1400 audit(1465779310.549:9): avc: denied { mounton } for pid=533 comm="mount" path="/xposed" dev="loop0" ino=2 scontext=u:r:init:s0 tcontext=u:object_r:system_file:s0 tclass=dir permissive=1

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I/Xposed  (  525): Mount: Image mount failed, use manual loop mount 
6,3377,6720009,-;read descriptors
E/AudioDaemon(  679): No audio device events detected
6,3378,6720031,-;read strings
E/AudioDaemon(  679): put cur_state to online
6,3379,6720039,-;[USB]ffs_ep0_write:line#356, ret of __ffs_data_got_strings=0
E/AudioDaemon(  679): sound card up is deteced before while
6,3380,6720066,-;[USB]ffs_ep0_write:line#361, ret of ffs_epfiles_create=0
E/AudioDaemon(  679): bootup_complete set to 1
6,3381,6720073,-;[USB]functionfs_bind:line#1320
E/AudioDaemon(  679): read for event state change before while
6,3382,6720082,-;[USB]functionfs_bind:line#1351,set ffs->gadget
W/e2fsck  (  526): type=1400 audit(0.0:8): avc: denied { write } for name="xposed.img" dev="mmcblk0p67" ino=13 scontext=u:r:fsck:s0 tcontext=u:object_r:system_data_file:s0 tclass=file permissive=0
6,3383,6720089,-;[USB] android_enable: android_enable: disable_depth 2 -> 1
I/mount   (  533): type=1400 audit(0.0:9): avc: denied { mounton } for path="/xposed" dev="loop0" ino=2 scontext=u:r:init:s0 tcontext=u:object_r:system_file:s0 tclass=dir permissive=1
6,3384,6720097,-;[USB] android_enable: android_enable: disable_depth 1 -> 0
I/Xposed  (  538): Mount: Image mount still fails...
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13th June 2016, 08:47 AM |#541  
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Systemless is working only with SuperSU v.2.74-2 or is working also with SuperSU v.2.65?
P.S. the version 2.74-2 of SuperSu is not working on my zenfone 2 laser ze500kl

Yes, it will work with v2.65.
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