Any idea if there is a fix for wifi?
My Xposed Installer app displays a warning:
"Xposed is not (yet) compatible with Android SDK version 26 on your processor architecture (arm64-v8a)."
I have the Xperia XZ1 Compact, 8.0 Oreo (47.1.A.12.75) and installed the 3.1.5 installer (installing the sdk26 one did nothing).
Otherwise it seems to work fine, but re-activating Xposed is a really long process:
1. Re-check the Xposed module, reboot.
2. Inside Xposed Installer, the slider is "on" but it's still not active. Another reboot.
3. Inside Xposed Installer, dismiss the warning about bootloops (even though you chose never to see it again) and re-check all your modules again. A third reboot.
Would it be possible to make it easier to re-activate Xposed by just requiring one reboot with all my modules active?
I am using latest Magisk (with fix for Galaxy S9) and (systemless) Xposed module.
Everything was running fine until I disabled the Xposed module in Magisk manager and did a reboot.
Now, my phone is stuck in a bootloop. The boot process gets to "optimizing apps", counts to 98/98 and reboots again.
Is there anything I can do except for restoring from a backup in twrp?
Is it possible to re-enable xposed in twrp via editing a config file?
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