Can someone share a success story about running Magisk and Systemless Xposed on the current LOS 15.1 build for the FP2?
(I’m currently running FPOS 18.07.2 (Nougat Beta) and consider going “O”. But I use some apps which require root and some which won’t run on a rooted device. Magisk Hide makes it possible to use both at the same time. I also have the need to run some apps in a language other than the primary system language. The Xposed module App Locale 2 is the only way to achieve this that I’m aware of.)
Thanks, this is very helpful!
So if I understand correctly, Magisk and Systemless Xposed aren’t usable, but the “original” Xposed Framework (xposed-v90-sdk27-arm-beta3.zip) works?
And is there a way to hide root for individual apps when using the Lineage su addon?
I had MagiskHide setup with LOS 14.1 before to hide root access from my banking app.
However with LOS 15.1 I managed to install Magisk but I was unable to install any app. It would always fail. Apparently MagiskHide changes a few system props which (I guess) messes with signature verification.
I finally managed to setup Magisk with MagiskHide on my phone without side-effects (so far).
This is how I made it work:
Flash Magisk Image from here via TWRP (3.2.2) (I used 16.7, but 16.0 might work as well) reboot
is there any new solution for LOS 15.1 with Magisk (now version 17.1)? I flashed it after update LOS from 14.1 to 15.1 The flash was annouced as successful but I had no chance to install MagiskManager and Magisk was not installed obviously as I could not give root permission
Thank you that helped, perhaps I did not read properly was a bit sick the last days. But with hide disabled I can indeed install apks.
But the ROM has some deficits it’s not only the Magisk issue in Nanodroid/MicroG settings I have as well some problems, the last two tick boxes are empty, but SatStats is working and OsMand as well, only some weather applications don’t work - so this is no big problem