what about 'Mount Namespace separation' should i check or uncheck?
if someone xposed installed can be used, after restart device xposed not active，this boot script may be helpful:
#!/system/bin/sh setenforce 0 chmod -R 777 /data/user_de/0/de.robv.android.xposed.installer chmod -R 777 /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer
Ok uploading is a pain without an account and just by mobile.
But the zip just contains 2 things:
1. Initd script support app (you can find in in playstore)
2. A txt.file with the permission settings:
chmod -R 777 /data/user_de/0/de.robv.android.xposed.installer
chmod -R 777 /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer
Just create the file and choose it in the init d script support app!
No more installed but not active!
Ps: Kudos to the one that created this method! Can't remember his name right now...but a really big THX!
Edit: welcometoken! Thank you!
the sam eproblem is also occuring with me
but i did.nt have the file that u stated...
what to do now
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i have the same problem
but i didn.y find any such file that u stated , now what the solution
kindly please revert me back
I'm new to xda and to xposed, root and Cyanogen(oh actually I mean Leneage OS, Cyanogen died about a year ago..).
I run this all on my HTC One M7 and don't feel like using Google apps under any circumstances … Alas, I NEED EXPOSED .
I got the same error as OP said here after my first installation.
The installer had no error, but xposed wasn't 'installed'.
When I read this post I thought what PS2004 said must have been false:
I tried reinstalling xposed.
I tried all sorts of ways of reinstalling the xposed framework, patching and installing just using root.
Still this HTC gave me the same error.
Then I tried this:
And my reaction was pretty similar to this:
The /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer folder didn't exist even though I was surprised to see /data/data/ existed(I'm a bit of an Android noob, I know).
Out of my deep desperation I even cleaned the Dalvik cache just to be sure that everything was actually in place..
That didn't work either.
So I got thinking:
If it's already installed but inactive.. and my setting for activating it was already set to active, it didn't work.
What if it's actually inactive (just like the phone stated), but the xposed installer thinks it's activated?
So the solution for my problem was:
1. Open the xposed installer
2. DISABLE xposed by using the switch in the top corner of the screen
3. Restart my device(I used the dots in the corner and selected restart device)
4. Open xposed Installer
5. Enable xposed
7. Open xposed installer
And voilá, it said "xposed framework version 89 is active."
I hope this helps everyone else with the problem.
It works like a charm for me
Really, it did work for me.
After that I installed another ROM(now using LineageOS 14.1, Android 7.1.2) and the same thing happened.
Turned it off, reboot, turn on, reboot, magic.
The only thing that's not fully working out is SafetyNet.....(but that's a whole other thing)
Did it work for you @abu13 ?
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