Which of these can I use on Android-x86 6.0r3 64bit?
xposed-v86-sdk23-x86-MIUI-edition-by-SolarWarez-20160710 ---> This one looks like it's for x86 but might be 32-Bit only
xposed-v87-sdk23-arm64-MIUI-edition-by-SolarWarez-20161126 --> This one is for Arm64 right so it will not work for Android-x86 6.0r3 64bit?
I decide to share it there because I don't know better place for this...
This is an Xposed framework variant built for MIUI based devices running Android 5.0, 5.1 and 6.0.
Tested and working on latest ROM's on various devices.
Fully working resource hooking and themes.
- Custom recovery (CWM, TWRP)
- If you get any lag, broken feature or any App force closing, post your Xposed logs.
- If you get a boot-loop, reboot and get the logcat with "adb logcat -v time".
Please pay attention:
Archive with Xposed installation contains some necessary information and it is very important to successfully installation to choose right archive.
- "arm" means the devices that are running arm32 operating system and uses ARM architecture CPU.
- "arm64" means the devices that are running arm64 operating system and uses ARM64 architecture CPU.
- "x86" means the devices that are running x86 operating system and uses x86 architecture (Intel) CPU.
- "sdk21" means Android Lollipop 5.0.x
- "sdk22" means Android Lollipop 5.1.x
- "sdk23" means Android Marshmallow 6.0.x
If you try to install wrong archive it will not installed and error message appears in TWRP installation log.
Magisk (systemless) variants of archives separated only by Android versions (sdk21, sdk22 and sdk23). CPU architecture will be detected automatically.
How to install:
- Install Xposed Installer app
- Make a nandroid backup
- Copy the Xposed file and the uninstaller to your sdcard
- Flash "xposed-vxx-sdkxx-armxx-MIUI-edition-by-SolarWarez-xxxxxxxx.zip" through a custom recovery (TWRP/CWM...)
- Reboot and wait, it may take several minutes to boot up depending on your ROM size and installed apps amount. If phone still not boot after 5 minutes then you need get boot log by "adb logcat -v time", reboot into recovery and restore backup or de install Xposed
Starting from v86 official version of Xposed become more compatibly with ROMs that use a Resources subclass for e.g. theming, like MIUI.
So, try firstly official Xposed on your device. If it will works well (take a look at themes, if they works well, then all Ok), then you doesn't need this version of Xposed.
But I suppose that on some devices official Xposed still may cause bootloops.
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All credits go to @rovo89 for his amazing job on Xposed framework
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