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By robuser007, Senior Member on 16th November 2015, 01:21 AM
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16th November 2015, 06:47 PM |#21  
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Feel free to try the zip I posted here. Make a backup first. Normally re-flashing your ROM should solve any issues, but you never know.

Doesn't work on my relay 4g (doesn't boot).
 
 
16th November 2015, 07:16 PM |#22  
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You just posted what some other guys posted before you...

And if you would read the thread then you would know there is an update.zip for this problem! With this, Xposed is working without problems!

And if you were as helpful as you would like to be, you would provide the URL to the zip file or post. I will look for it and if I do find it and it does what you say, then I really have no issues posting the URL to help others with the same question.
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16th November 2015, 07:20 PM |#23  
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And if you were as helpful as you would like to be, you would provide the URL to the zip file or post. I will look for it and if I do find it and it does what you say, then I really have no issues posting the URL to help others with the same question.

You only have to look some posts before!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=63829277
16th November 2015, 07:28 PM |#24  
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Doesn't work on my relay 4g (doesn't boot).

Well, glad I read this before I went to attempt the flash! I'm on a relay as well.
16th November 2015, 07:36 PM |#25  
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Well, I wouldn't expect it to work on all phones of course. If it doesn't, I would recommend either you push the files via adb (and set right permissions), or ask someone more familiar with your platform to make a flashable zip for you. The two files you need from a previous ROM are mentioned in the earlier post.
16th November 2015, 07:41 PM |#26  
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You only have to look some posts before!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=63829277

Found it, thanks. Common courtesy dictates that you provide a URL to the suggested solution. That is, unless you are using a phone to post and providing a link would be unusually difficult.
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Testing now on a Motorola Droid Razr Maxx ST912X.

Flashed zip, rebooted, no change in Xposed Framework installer. Uninstalled Xposed Installer apk, flashed xposed_fix.zip again and rebooted. Does not appear to work with the cm-11-20151115-UNOFFICIAL-spyder.zip rom.

The zip does not work for this phone or rom.
16th November 2015, 07:54 PM |#27  
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Did you try this?

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FYI, I believe this commit is causing the problems:

http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/118800/

Replacing /system/bin/app_process and /system/lib/libandroid_runtime.so from previous CM builds will allow the framework to be installed without problems.

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Did you try this?

I flashed the zip, uninstalled and reinstalled the Xposed Framework. Same error, same non-responsive install buttons.
Somewhere I read you can push the files with ADB but there were no actual instructions. The author of the zip file made the flash file for a different device so it may not work on the Razr XT912 and apparently, it does not.
16th November 2015, 09:25 PM |#29  
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I flashed the zip, uninstalled and reinstalled the Xposed Framework. Same error, same non-responsive install buttons.
Somewhere I read you can push the files with ADB but there were no actual instructions. The author of the zip file made the flash file for a different device so it may not work on the Razr XT912 and apparently, it does not.

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I got it to work by extracting the named files from stargo's previous update, then booted into recovery. In TWRP, I mounted system, then used the file manager to move the files to their correct folder. I set permissions to 655, unmounted system and rebooted. Xposed installed and activated correctly.

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16th November 2015, 10:11 PM |#30  
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I pushed a fix for that issue into Omni's gerrit: https://gerrit.omnirom.org/#/c/15695/ Best bring this up with your device maintainers. 👍
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16th November 2015, 10:32 PM |#31  
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@Ohmster
I got it to work by extracting the named files from stargo's previous update, then booted into recovery. In TWRP, I mounted system, then used the file manager to move the files to their correct folder. I set permissions to 655, unmounted system and rebooted. Xposed installed and activated correctly.

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I really appreciate this but your instructions are a bit vague. Can you elaborate a bit on this please?

"extracting the named files from stargo's previous update"


Previous update, that would be cm-11-20150522-UNOFFICIAL-spyder.zip in his Unofficial server, yes?

And what are these "named files" or where are they listed? Is this the list from Post #11

"Replacing /system/bin/app_process and /system/lib/libandroid_runtime.so from previous CM builds will allow the framework to be installed without problems."

I am sure I could do this and if Brian Hughes, @brkahughes were still around, I bet he could make a really neat zip to flash for our devices.

Where did you get this file list and do I have the correct rom to extract files from? Thanks.

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I have the files from the 11-07-2015 release:
  1. app_process
  2. libandroid_runtime.so
And can try these using your method and permission settings. Please correct me if I am wrong.

EDIT 2:
Oh yeah! I did the copy over from the Official CM spyder download page, cm-11-20150901-SNAPSHOT-XNG3CAO3G1-spyder.zip in Safe Strap and did not have to set permissions. Rebooted and Xposed Framework works quite well!

* This might raise a security issue. Will copying over files from the previous release of CM11 void the security patches installed by stargo? I guess I will be "the unpopular guy" and ask him in the thread. But, having Xposed back is really nice, Baldy. Thanks a lot, man!
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