Installed Xposed yesterday on LineageOS without any problems via the Xposed Installer App. I chose Framework 88.1 and install via recovery. The phone restarted and installed the framework in TWRP automatically.
Installing of Gravitybox [N] and Rootcloak work, however I had my first (!!!) random reboot ever on LineageOS this morning.
I removed now Rootcloak (since it might not be up to date with Nougat).
Maybe it’s a good idea to move the XPosed-for-LineageOS-Discussion to a separate thread (@paulakreuzer ?). Nobody will find it here.
But I think I already mentioned (some 100 posts ago…), that it’s not the best idea to use XPosed and it’s modules with Lineage. I filed a LineageOS Bug some time ago and they clearly excluded any support when using XPosed…
I have installed Xposed and I can’t complain. I am happy to have Xposed.
However, I do not have GravityBox. This sentence, which I found in the description page of the GravityBox(N) module refrained me from installing GravityBox: “SHOULD NOT be used with custom ROMs like Lineage, AOSPA, or any other derivative- it makes no sense since most of the features are already in the ROM (may cause conflicts and unexpected behavior)”
The modules I use so far:
FakeGapps (for microg: I could not patch the signature with Tingle, so that is why I use this module, for signature spoofing)
RootCloak ( works fine so far)
This App will Run Without Google Play Services (for the App from my local football team)
Regarding battery life, I did not notice any difference. Battery life has been pretty poor ever since I started using Lineage. I have gotten used to it. I do not use Greenify. I have never been a fan of it.
Hope these lines are of help…
Have a beautiful day!
but Xposed moduls allows to do much more as what PrivacyGuard can do, not only in the sense of privacy and apps permission. I think of OS customization etc.
In particular it allows to run apps (e.g. Amplify ) what hopefully allows me to improve battery life