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14th May 2018, 03:08 AM |#3611  
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Uninstaller is not fully uninstalling also the Systemless uninstaller returns 'Error 2'. Running stock 7.0 on LG V10

Hey, did you ever get this running on your V10? If so, I'm interested to know what you did. Thanks.


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14th May 2018, 06:45 AM |#3612  
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Hey, did you ever get this running on your V10? If so, I'm interested to know what you did. Thanks.


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Can't remember fully but I think it eventually did. My V10 has sinced bootlooped and LG wiped my bootloader and I doubt I'll ever get it re-rooted
20th May 2018, 04:40 PM |#3613  
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Hey guys... so if My Kernel Architecture is "armv8l" ... which Framework am I supposed to have?
I got my Xposed in a ROM and it had 3 options:
- xposed-v89-sdk24-arm
- xposed-v89-sdk24-arm64
- xposed-v89-sdk24-x86
21st May 2018, 05:40 AM |#3614  
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Hey guys... so if My Kernel Architecture is "armv8l" ... which Framework am I supposed to have?
I got my Xposed in a ROM and it had 3 options:
- xposed-v89-sdk24-arm
- xposed-v89-sdk24-arm64
- xposed-v89-sdk24-x86


- xposed-v89-sdk24-arm
21st May 2018, 08:06 AM |#3615  
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- xposed-v89-sdk24-arm

When I try "arm" it gives an Error stating
Wrong Platform: arm64
This file is for: arm

Isn't that weird?
21st May 2018, 10:23 AM |#3616  
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When I try "arm" it gives an Error stating
Wrong Platform: arm64
This file is for: arm

Isn't that weird?

Cause "armv8" is arm64 and not arm.
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