As for open-source:
Here is my github profile: https://github.com/tiann
I do a lot for open-source community, but i don't think everything should be open-sourced. This is my respond for Why taichi is closed-source: https://github.com/taichi-framework/...ment-544934678
You may not know this, but in most parts of the world, humans have more rights than code, and comparing them the way that you are doing here strongly implies that you feel otherwise. There are significant differences between judging a person by appearance, and warning folks about software based on its disclaimer, its apparent use of obfuscated code, and the undeniable fact that its nation of origin has a very poor reputation regarding privacy, copyrights and basic human rights. No offense to you, but...well, take it however you want. I won't use your sketchy software.
Suggesting that you "...do a lot for the open source community" is meaningless. Josef Mengele "did a lot" for medical science. Think before you type, mate.
Make sure that Taichi is a virtual framework and works in White List mode(only listed applications can load modules) by default.
This means that the components of SafetyNet (GMS and GSF) will not be interfered by modules.
But EdXposed not, Edxposed works globally by default.
You can only add GMS and GSF to EdXposed's Black List, or turn on the White List in EdXposed, which can help solve the issue.
Not use TaiChi, just try XPatch(not support Android 10 currently) or SPatch.
SPatch: finding links
XPatch works independently of these frameworks
module conf file is in /sdcard/xposed_config/modules.list
The file records the package name and name of all modules
Add # at the beginning of the line to disable this module, remove to activate
note you need to uninstall TaiChi and taichi-modified app first, backup your data
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