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29th April 2015, 09:12 AM |#11  
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After successfully disabling xposed in order to get the device to boot, how do we reenable it? Because after uninstalling the module which caused the problem the framework is "not active". A reboot did not work.
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29th April 2015, 03:06 PM |#12  
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After successfully disabling xposed in order to get the device to boot, how do we reenable it? Because after uninstalling the module which caused the problem the framework is "not active". A reboot did not work.

Delete the "disabled" file in the folder op showed
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29th April 2015, 03:54 PM |#13  
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Delete the "disabled" file in the folder op showed

Silly question but how can I delete it? I tried locating it using HTC file manager and es file explorer but cannot locate it.

Is there a command I can use using terminal emulator or something?

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29th April 2015, 04:30 PM |#14  
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Silly question but how can I delete it? I tried locating it using HTC file manager and es file explorer but cannot locate it.

Is there a command I can use using terminal emulator or something?

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You need you use Root explorer or Es file explorer that supported Root and locate to /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer/conf

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You can even delete the "disabled" file in recovery by using file management, if you are using TWRP. Same as previous method, just locate to /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer/conf
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You need you use Root explorer or Es file explorer that supported Root and locate to /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer/conf

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You can even delete the "disabled" file in recovery by using file management, if you are using TWRP. Same as previous method, just locate to /data/data/de.robv.android.xposed.installer/conf

Thanks, method 2 worked a treat.

For some reason, even though I have root access, it wasn't showing in either root explorer or es file explorer, however, when looking through TWRP file management was all there.
1st May 2015, 02:18 PM |#16  
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Delete the "disabled" file in the folder op showed

can you please explain the process.
i entered the twrp and advanced and terminal command and went through the shown path yet i didnt see the file "disabled"
he has said to create a file; how could i create a file??

please explain the process...
1st May 2015, 02:45 PM |#17  
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can you please explain the process.
i entered the twrp and advanced and terminal command and went through the shown path yet i didnt see the file "disabled"
he has said to create a file; how could i create a file??

please explain the process...

If you can't normally boot to system, boot to recovery(twrp or some other custom recovery which has file management function)
Try copy a small file like host or something, paste it the that /data/data/dev.*****installer/conf folder and rename it "disabled".
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1st May 2015, 03:03 PM |#18  
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2nd May 2015, 02:31 PM |#20  
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Worked On Yu Yureka CM 5.1
Thanx this worked for me.... Just follow the steps...
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