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    Default Root / Xposed issue

    I'm new to Android, but after reading about the Xposed framework, it looks like there's a lot to offer by rooting the phone.

    I used Weaksauce to root the phone. That worked well. Installed SuperSU. Installed the Xposed framework. That worked well, I thought. After rebooting the phone was rooted, and I was able to install Xposed. Rebooted, and it said the framework wasn't installed, even though I had installed the framework. Did a soft reboot and the framework was active. Installed a couple modules, rebooted, and now I get "root failure" every time the phone reboots, and the modules don't start (Sense 6 toolbox stops every time), and the framework is not active.

    Any help for a noob?
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    Default Re: Root / Xposed issue

    I think you can only do the soft reboot with Weaksauce as it takes a minute or two after reboot to activate. Either soft reboot only or look into a permanent root.

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    I'm in the same boat btw. Been thinking about a permanent root but I haven't researched what's involved yet.

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    Default Re: Root / Xposed issue

    Quote Originally Posted by cyberr8der View Post
    I'm in the same boat btw. Been thinking about a permanent root but I haven't researched what's involved yet.

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    Thanks. I think this is definitely the problem. I just want a root that can be removed so I can trade the device in with no issues to upgrade when there is a new model available.

    After removing Sense 6 toolbox it roots itself after reboot again but the framework won't start.
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    Default Re: Root / Xposed issue

    I see so many different options - I don't want to unlock my bootloader as I want to stay with the stock ROM.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction to simply permanently root the phone, without unlocking the bootloader? I know there's lots of information out there but I don't want to make the wrong choice. Note: I have Verizon.
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    Default Re: Root / Xposed issue

    You really should be looking at the XDA Developers website. They will be more information for you there. Of course post your progress here too.

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    Last edited by Cyberdelia; 05-01-2014 at 12:10 PM.
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    Default Re: Root / Xposed issue

    I followed the instructions from the Droidreviews site, and with that along with the guy's video above, I was able to perm root my VZW M8.

    Xposed Installer works properly now and I was able to get the Sense 6 toolbox along with the "don't panic" modules installed, after rebooting, works great.
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    This is great. Sense toolbox fixed some of the annoyances, like having to confirm I want to raise the volume above a certain level over Bluetooth, having to hit enter on pin lock, and various visual and status bar tweaks.

    I switched to Dynamic Notifications for my notification center and the don't panic module removed the "swipe down to exit full screen" messages.

    Easy worthwhile mod.
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    OK, so under my power manager my phone doesn't know how to count anymore. The phone has been off the charger (and not plugged back in) since 7:30 this morning. That's 6.5 hours ago. It thinks it's been on battery for 4 hours, 50 minutes.

    Weird.

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