I'm not technically inclined to develop a xposed module, but was using the 8sms app. I loved it since it mixes stock sms with cyanogenmod, but doesn't display FB contact pictures , only googles or contacts on your phone who you've added a picture for. Is there any way a xposed module could be developed to enable 8sms to pull contact pictures from fb? Not necessarily a request as far as throwing it out there and gauging community feedback (although, yeah, this would free many of us from samsungs sms app and make 8sms more appealing). What do you think? Is this possible to do?
I should probably add I'm on android 4.2.2, stock Galaxy s4 for t-mobile and rooted. And yes, I'd flash cyanogenmod but I do need t-mobiles wifi calling do to zero coverage at home.
I just got my first smartphone and rooted it yesterday, so I'm new to this stuff (but in general am good w/ tech). It's a Moto X non-dev verizon, and running 4.4.
Xposed Framework (installed 2.4.1) won't stay up to date after a hard reboot (app_process is a red dash) and thus my modules don't work at bootup. There actually was an issue when I first installed Xposed: after installing and then updating and rebooting, it wouldn't say it was up to date until I did a soft reboot. Now after a hard reboot, I have to reupdate xposed and then soft reboot for modules to work.
I've tried reinstalling Xposed, no go. SuperSU seems to work fine with my other apps too.
I've installed some modules with xposed framework, but some of them (kitkat toast report, smooth system progress bar, keepchat, swypeback, advanced power menu) are working only after a soft reboot, so if i turn off my phone for the night, when i turn it on, the modules aren't working.
I tried to uninstall/reinstall them, but it didn't change anything.
It's mtk6572 based and runs on AOSP android 4.2.2 (M-pai s720) and it's rooted.After installing Xposed Framework, I added a module named "Gravity Box" and in order for it to work , a reboot was required.The phone shut down and after turning it back on, it stuck on boot animation.
After pulling the battery out and reinserting it, i entered recovery mode (stock android recovery), wiped cache and factory formatted it. Everything goes fine. But when i try to turn it back on after resetting (in the recovery menu) , it still remains in boot animation. I have tried all possible combinations, including leaving out the battery for a period of time etc. I pressing Vol Up and power button, sends in a different menu for testing. All tests are passed, so there is not a hardware problem.
I have a rooted Iocean G7. I wanted to install the framework module with the Xposed installer app. This was no success, I got a bootloop. After this I contacted Iocean, and I have flashed my phone with the computer. It works fine now, as it should.
how can I install the framework module without getting a bootloop or other problems?
I have a device labelled Superpad VI. everything was okay but when i tried firmware update, its wifi stopped working and started giving "error" when i try to turn it on. Now I have just figured out that the original superpad VI has ralink wifi chipset whereas this device has realtek rtl8188cus chipset. so when i try to install superpad VI firmware, everything else works but wifi doesn't. Now how do I need to install the drivers for wifi? I have found the Linux/Android drivers from Realtek website but they need to be compiled. I know nothing about compiling/programming and Linux itself.
The un-compiled drivers can be found here (under rtl8188cus) [URL] ....
I am trying to compile a WiFi driver (ath6kl) for my Sony Xperia E (Android version: 4.1.1, compilation: 11.3.A.0.47). I have downloaded the source code for compilation 11.3.A.0.47 from here: developer.sonymobile.com/downloads/xperia-open-source-archives/open-source-archive-for-build-11-3-a-0-47
I have compiled required kernel modules (cfg80211 and ath6kl_sdio), but I have encountered some problems during this proccess. I don't understand why on my android device (in /system/lib/modules/ath6kl) there are two modules: ath6kl_sdio.ko and cfg80211.ko (first one depends on the second one). But when I look at my sources, I see the following module dependencies for ath6kl: ath6kl_sdio -> ath6kl_core -> cfg80211. So there are 3 modules instead of 2. Anyway, after some modification (I merged ath6kl_core and ath6kl_sdio into one module) I managed to compile ath6kl.
I have replaced compiled modules in /system/lib/modules/ath6kl on my android device, then rebooted and I got the following error:
<4>[ 23.055226] ath6kl_sdio: disagrees about version of symbol cfg80211_sched_scan_results <4>[ 23.055251] ath6kl_sdio: Unknown symbol cfg80211_sched_scan_results (err -22)
I am very desperate cause I want to modify this driver (to be able to calculate some network statistics) but I cannot load modules at all so I am stuck.
I have a D-Link WAP set up for G/N and also set so that it does not broadcast my SSID. My new Hero is able to connect at work to our WAP (WEP security), but at home it can't find my WAP (WPA security). If I change my setting so that it now broadcasts my SSID it can connect, but what the heck? Why can't it connect if I've input the SSID and WPA code, but the SSID isn't broadcasting?
I own a HTC Hero and loving the phone but unfortunately I am having problems connecting to my WiFi network. When I turn on the WiFi on my hero it will not show the SSID name of my network. The odd thing is that when I use WiFi scanner (nice program) it shows my WiFi network SSID, but I cannot connect to my WiFi using that program.
I used to keep my SSID broadcast at home disable, and four computers have never had a problem using the network. Only my Incredible doesn't seem to be able to reconnect to a remembered network not broadcasting its SSID. In fact, if I turn off the SSID while the Incredible is connected, it instantly drops the WIFI connection. Anyone have luck having the Incredible use a network without the SSID being broadcast constantly? I'm using WPA2 if that makes a difference.
This is something that has been addressed with other handsets, and other users, sometimes with success, and sometimes without. My friend has solved this problem with his HTC Hero. You're trying to connect to a WiFi network that is hidden. In other words, the name isn't broadcasted. In other words (again), your WiFi won't automatically find this network.
So you manually type it in Menu > Settings > Wireless Ctrl > WiFi Settings > Add WiFi network. You type in all of the details. No connection. As if it's not there. So you find that some others with their Android phones, have found success using HiddenSSIDEnabler from the Market. Removing the 'Remembered' network. Adding it freshly. Using HiddenSSID. Removing it again. Adding it again. In any order. No luck. onnecting to a non-broadcasting wireless network
Anyone have a problem connecting to a network with a hidden SSID? My wife can connect to our router fine with her Droid INc (wireless N router). But i can't unless i enable broadcasting the SSID. I found the hidden SSID enabler app, and going to try that. If that doesn't work does anyone else have any ideas? If i enable SSID broadcast i connect right away. If i disable it, i lose the connection and it is "out of range". Very annoying as i live in a condo unit with 10 other wifi networks in my range. Would like to keep my netwrok as private as possible.
I have several remembered WiFi SSIDs on my Droid, including my home WiFi and one for the local library, which are at least 4 miles apart. I just discovered that my Droid is indicating I am connected to the public library WiFi (as shown in my settings screen), when I'm actually connected to my home WiFi. Just to make sure before posting this, I used Network Discovery to confirm that the devices visible to my Droid were the devices on my home WiFi. Other than the incorrect SSID display, the connection seems fine.
Just got my hands on a Droid and now I'm working out some kinks. My iPhone and laptop have no problem roaming aggressively between multiple access points we have at work that share the same SSID. I can't seem to get the Droid to do the same thing. I've tried downloading some wifi scanners, but they don't quite cut it. Is there a setting I'm missing? The expected behavior would be for the Droid to happily associate with any AP that shares a "remembered" SSID. Right now, it requires manually going into settings and associating with each and every AP in order for it to hop automatically as I move around the building.
I'm tinkering with building and installing Android from source. Basically I've got it down fairly well, but I seem to have run into a bit of a problem with the wlan module, probably from HTC.
Having pulled the 2.6.27 kernel sources and built that with a .config pulled from the phone, and using that as the kernel image instead of the prebuilt one, I get the following wifi failure message in dmesg:
wlan: version magic '2.6.27-00205-gf2dabc0 preempt mod_unload ARMv6 ' should be '2.6.27-00392-g8312baf preempt mod_unload ARMv6 '
probably because the .config I pulled from the phone has:
So I rebuilt with the '00205' localversion and now I get in dmesg:
[61.122497] wlan: Unknown symbol trout_pwrsink_set
but trout_pwrsink_set was changed to htc_pwrsave_set way back in February:
[ARM]: trout: Switch from trout_pwrsink -> htc_pwrsink 33/8933/1 http://android.git.kernel.org/?p=kernel/msm.git;a=commitdiff;h=44a01f...
I'm clearly getting an obsolete wlan module somehow, Any ideas for how I can get a wlan module that goes with the '00392' kernel would be appreciated.
I've rooted my Sprint Galaxy S5 and it made the phone work slow. The buttons took a good 3-4 seconds before responding, and sometimes would not respond at all. "HealthService" would always crash, and other slowdowns like when I drag down the notification bar. I installed Xposed and BusyBox. However, the phone was working slow before those were installed. So I unrooted it and flashed the stock ROM, and everything worked fine. Time passed by... I decided to root it again. So I did, same method, same files, and it was working normal. No slowdowns, buttons worked perfectly and were responsive. "HealthService" still force stops but I presume that is an easy fix. Then I installed BusyBox and Xposed again. Once both were installed and after 5-7 minutes, the phone started to work slow as before.
At my work they set the wireless with two channels. One is open to everybody with an email verification and allowed users to connect for 2 hours a day and the other is a hidden SSID that the workers can use all the time. In my iphone I have no issues. I add the network manually and it connects. But on my Sony xperia Z1 when I go to wifi and add the hidden SSID it just said not in range while the other network is in range. So far I tried the Hidden SSID enabler app with no luck. My device has kitkat 4.4.2 and is rooted.
I recently installed a new Custom Rom "TheBrainsRom" on the SSpeed Kernel v3 on my Xperia U. All was fine until i tried to turn on the Tethering. It shows that it is tethering but then it doesnt broadcast. At times, the Status Bar also gives a force close issue.
Is this usually to do with the Kernel or ROM handles such functions independently. What could i do in order to avoid having to reflash the device.