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By misterbobdobalina, Junior Member on 15th December 2015, 09:02 AM
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Hello. I am trying to install Xposed on a Pipo X8 dual-booting (Android/Windows selectable from start) tablet, however I get stuck in an infinite bootloop. Any ideas on how to make it work for the Pipo X8? I tried installing SELinux permissive mode apk, however that app says it is already in that mode, and it doesn't help.

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15th December 2015, 04:22 PM |#2  
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same result on X9
Just tried same on a Pipo X8. Same bootloop.
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16th December 2015, 10:14 AM |#3  
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Just tried same on a Pipo X8. Same bootloop.

Do you mean X9 or X8?
16th December 2015, 11:09 PM |#4  
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Do you mean X9 or X8?

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X9 like I said, but that really doesn't make any difference.
17th December 2015, 08:00 AM |#5  
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same result on X9
Just tried same on a Pipo X8. Same bootloop.

Yes, or X8 like you also said.
Made me wonder...
18th December 2015, 07:13 AM |#6  
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Just tried same on a Pipo X8. Same bootloop.

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Hello. I am trying to install Xposed on a Pipo X8 dual-booting (Android/Windows selectable from start) tablet, however I get stuck in an infinite bootloop. Any ideas on how to make it work for the Pipo X8? I tried installing SELinux permissive mode apk, however that app says it is already in that mode, and it doesn't help.

KitKat 4.4.4

Read rovo89's reply in the latest change log for his Xposed framework for Lollipop. Seems that he is aware of the issues with pre-Lollipop Android systems.
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Read rovo89's reply in the latest change log for his Xposed framework for Lollipop. Seems that he is aware of the issues with pre-Lollipop Android systems.

Thanks for info.
I am trying to log logcat when the bootloop occurs, but I can't trigger logcat myself because Ethernet doesn't work, there is no USB-debugging, and obviously I can't trigger something from screen. How can I write a script that logs logcat to file early on? I haven't managed...
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Thanks for info.
I am trying to log logcat when the bootloop occurs, but I can't trigger logcat myself because Ethernet doesn't work, there is no USB-debugging, and obviously I can't trigger something from screen. How can I write a script that logs logcat to file early on? I haven't managed...

Well, ADB per command line works during boot. USB debugging should be available via Developer Options, which you can activate manually.
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Well, ADB per command line works during boot. USB debugging should be available via Developer Options, which you can activate manually.

Yes, it's only that I don't have an USB jack to plug into. Only host ports...
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Yes, it's only that I don't have an USB jack to plug into. Only host ports...

At your PC or at your device?
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At your PC or at your device?

At the Pipo X8 device. It has only USB host ports.
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