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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SavageRobot, Aug 17, 2016.

  1. SavageRobot

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    Hello,
    I have seen that systemless root and Xposed is available (unofficial at the moment, although Rovo89 has said he is working on an official one).
    I was just wondering if anyone has done this on G4 yet and have a few questions.

    Root
    I need to flash clean stock kdz as can't have any traces of root etc before, fine. But
    1. What are the different boot images need to flash? Are they device specific so G4 can't have it yet or are the different names something else?
    2. What happens when I flash a custom ROM that is pre rooted? Is the normal root and systmeless root going to mess with each other so can only have systemless on own completely stock ROM?

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    1. I assume systmeless Xposed needs systemless root installed 1st to work?
     

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  2. El Presidente

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    That's been discontinued by the looks of things and the main version of SuperSU is systemless (according to the last post in the thread)?

    Boot images are device specific, so you'd need to flash a G4 boot image for it to work (the boot.img is generally found in kernels).
     

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