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24th December 2019, 10:31 PM |#21  
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What guarantee you give for edxposed as well? It isnt officially from xposed team right?
And edxposed already posing issues with Safetynet and Taichi works simply great.

EdXposed is a Riru module and it is open-source.
EXposed aka TaiChi is closed-source.
25th December 2019, 12:51 AM |#22  
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You looks like a thief, although i have no evidence, but who knows?
You looks like a rapist, although i have no evidence, but who knows?
You are ..., although i have no evidence, but who knows?

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.

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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

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.
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25th December 2019, 01:13 AM |#23  
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Please read it.

Because there are so many situations that may lead to privacy disclosure, we should pay more attention to our privacy.
25th December 2019, 01:17 AM |#24  
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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.

This post is just a summary.
You don't understand the causes and consequences of the event.
What he says is all excuses, everything is his personal or company interests.
Remember, Taichi is a commercial software.
25th December 2019, 01:24 AM |#25  
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And edxposed already posing issues with Safetynet and Taichi works simply great.

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.
25th December 2019, 01:23 PM |#26  
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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.


I have only granted Taichi Storage permissions.
I only need 1 or 2 modules to work with and Taichi helped a lot in this with simple interface and without requiring riru core and tohse reboots for every modules etc.


Earlier installed Edxposed and it used to work for a day or two with no issues and then suddenly it used to suck whole battery of my device irrespective of trying all solutions.
Else Edxposed was too good but sadly not for me.
25th December 2019, 01:41 PM |#27  
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I have only granted Taichi Storage permissions.
I only need 1 or 2 modules to work with and Taichi helped a lot in this with simple interface and without requiring riru core and tohse reboots for every modules etc.

It's not about granting its own permissions. It injects code into your application, and it executes your application


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Earlier installed Edxposed and it used to work for a day or two with no issues and then suddenly it used to suck whole battery of my device irrespective of trying all solutions.
Else Edxposed was too good but sadly not for me.

Not use TaiChi, just try XPatch(not support Android 10 currently) or SPatch.

XPatch: https://github.com/WindySha/Xpatch

SPatch: finding links
25th December 2019, 01:43 PM |#28  
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Earlier installed Edxposed and it used to work for a day or two with no issues and then suddenly it used to suck whole battery of my device irrespective of trying all solutions.
Else Edxposed was too good but sadly not for me.

Have you tried White List mode?

Only activate modules for selected app.
25th December 2019, 04:22 PM |#29  
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Not use TaiChi, just try XPatch(not support Android 10 currently) or SPatch.

XPatch: https://github.com/WindySha/Xpatch

SPatch: finding links


Ok I went through the link. Xpatch creates a new apk.
But without edxposed or taichi how will a module work with the apk?


For eg: I have Instagram and I use Xinsta module to download from instagram.


Can both these apps work without xposed/edxposed/taichi?
25th December 2019, 04:29 PM |#30  
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Ok I went through the link. Xpatch creates a new apk.
But without edxposed or taichi how will a module work with the apk?


For eg: I have Instagram and I use Xinsta module to download from instagram.


Can both these apps work without xposed/edxposed/taichi?

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
25th December 2019, 04:43 PM |#31  
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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

Gosh! Confusions.


So I will completely remove taichi.


Then I will use Xpatch to create apk right? And then install that apk.


Now what to do about the apk of xposed module? Does that also needs to be patched with Xpatch and then installed?


I dont have "module conf file in /sdcard/xposed_config/modules.list"

But currently have modules folder in "/data/adb/modules"


What can be done here?
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