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18th August 2016, 07:30 AM |#21  
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No, I don't. If you subscribe to the announcement thread, you can get email notifcations though.


Is there any plan to wrap up all the unofficial builds in one xposed installer in alpha stage or only will be done in final ? Like wanam for samsung etc as there are couple of xposed unofficial lying right now
 
 
24th August 2016, 05:07 AM |#22  
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The source code of Android N isn't released yet, so I can't work on Xposed support for it yet.

Just for if you're interesed, the code is apparently being uploaded now.

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24th August 2016, 07:27 AM |#23  
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I think it's definitely gonna take some time but worth the wait nonetheless

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24th August 2016, 09:23 PM |#25  
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Honest question, why is asking for an ETA so frowned upon here?

I mean, I understand that it's impossible to give an exact date, but I think that many of the people asking would like to know if it could be available within a week, or if it will probably take more than half a year. Or if there is no plan on updating this at all even.

Maybe no one even has an indication of how long it will take, but even "probably anywhere between 2 weeks and 6 months" would be nice.
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24th August 2016, 09:43 PM |#26  
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Honest question, why is asking for an ETA so frowned upon here?

I mean, I understand that it's impossible to give an exact date, but I think that many of the people asking would like to know if it could be available within a week, or if it will probably take more than half a year. Or if there is no plan on updating this at all even.

Maybe no one even has an indication of how long it will take, but even "probably anywhere between 2 weeks and 6 months" would be nice.

Because one ETA request is fine, but 109,248,923,058,718,293 requests feels like pressure, for something that you're not getting payed for. Not only that, but that time is time you're not getting back, you drift away from family, friends, and life - much like a real job - without the pay. So the fun starts to wear off enthusiastically speaking and it becomes a burden rather than enjoyment.

The "Frown uponment" is not actually coming from the developer, but from their fanbase, because some of the fans do understand that. It's a way of showing support, IMO.
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25th August 2016, 01:01 AM |#27  
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Curious how much work needs to be done for Xposed to work with Nougat. Don't think it is as much as the switch from Dalvik to Art, but I see lots of new stuff like seamless update using multiple partitions and direct boot encryption.
25th August 2016, 01:30 AM |#28  
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Curious how much work needs to be done for Xposed to work with Nougat. Don't think it is as much as the switch from Dalvik to Art, but I see lots of new stuff like seamless update using multiple partitions and direct boot encryption.

Seamless updates will only be for devices starting on nougat, aka LG V20 and future nexus (require different partitions layout).

On android N there's a change from ART to JIT+ART, I don't know if this impact xposed or impacts is much.
25th August 2016, 02:58 AM |#29  
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Seamless updates will only be for devices starting on nougat, aka LG V20 and future nexus (require different partitions layout).

On android N there's a change from ART to JIT+ART, I don't know if this impact xposed or impacts is much.

Google probably doesn't want do extra work supporting and/or dealing with users trying to re-partition their own existing nexus and screwing it up.
25th August 2016, 03:19 AM |#30  
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Google probably doesn't want do extra work supporting and/or dealing with users trying to re-partition their own existing nexus and screwing it up.

That is not the problem, the problem is that Google would need to re-partition (thus format data) every device to have seamless updates, and of course they are not gonna do that (apart from the risk of ****ing up some models with the repartitions, specially given all the android ecosystem).
25th August 2016, 03:35 AM |#31  
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That is not the problem, the problem is that Google would need to re-partition (thus format data) every device to have seamless updates, and of course they are not gonna do that (apart from the risk of ****ing up some models with the repartitions, specially given all the android ecosystem).

Yea, that's what I meant on doing extra work.
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