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    Default Xposed framework for moto X

    Does anyone know if you can do xposed framework for the Moto X on 4.4.3 for Verizon? Root checker App says I've got root access but can't figure out on how to update or install the exposed framework modules. If anyone can help me with this I would really appreciate it.

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    Default Re: Xposed framework for moto X

    How did you root? If you used an exploit like pie or towel root then the reboot cleared your root. Try using soft boots
    BTW Verizon never released a 4.4.3 build so how are you running that?
    Sent from my XT1060
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    Default Re: Xposed framework for moto X

    I was able to find the special build of 4.4.3... As far as brilliant yes I realize that my heart booth clear the route will try to mess around a thousand times. I will try soft booting to see if that helps but it hasn't helped yet. Unfortunately.

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    Default Re: Xposed framework for moto X

    Quote Originally Posted by eric002 View Post
    ... As far as brilliant yes I realize that my heart booth clear the route will try to mess around a thousand times.
    You're the perfect candidate for turning off auto-correct.



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