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  • Xposed For Ugoos?

    It is kind of sad, but I am now running Ugoos fw on my Tronsmart Telos since the stock TS fw sucks so bad. One thing i am troubled by is that installing the xposed listed for the Telos seems to hose up lots of stuff - especially root stuff - on the ugoos fw. I am not sure why this should be since the boxes are virtually clones of each other. Obviously there are some differences but I would have thought them minor. Thankfully, the xposed uninstall works. So does anyone run xposed on ugoos am1? I am on fw version 006. Thanks
    Hi, Does anyone know how to install the Xposed Framework on Vega S95? I tried normal methods but i can't find a C... - English (United Kingdom)

  • #2
    Hi davidw


    the AM Devices use S905 on my QBox S905 it works,try it.First apk install without starting the App,reboot to Recovery TWRP and install the right sdk zip,look here

    http://freaktab.com/forum/tv-player-...on-v1-0/page14


    Post #200 from Sam Taylor.


    good luck

    gefattern

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    • #3
      Thanks for the info, pointer, and encouragement. After much trial and error, it turns out the problem was how the box was rooted. the vendor offers a root mechanism in the android settings. so this is what I used. and it simply is not compatible with xposed. I undid it and flashed the Finless ezroot found elsewhere here on freaktab, and then flashed xposed. now all is normal. whew! cheers

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      • #4
        Hi,

        nice to here,so wrong root was the Problem,maybe it works in the same Way on my UT4/RK3368.

        Did you it like explained,or how ???


        nice Day

        gefattern

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        • #5
          I just had a hunch that the root was the problem because after installing xposed I got some root requests that I have never before seen - like for "su". That didn't seem right at all. I have no idea how either of the root methods work in the details. But I suspected they were different and decided to try before giving up in frustration. The finless ezroot I used is for s905-based devices only. Rockchip will be very different.

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          • #6
            Hi davidw

            thanks for Info.

            nice Day

            gefattern

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