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Root Xposed and LG Weather App - Marshmallow

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  1. tube517

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    Be careful if you like the LG Weather app/widget for your Stylo. There is a conflict with Xposed (MM) and the LG Weather App in Marshmallow on the Stylo. (I did not have this issue in Lollipop)

    I flashed and installed Xposed (Marshmallow) and my Weather app/widget did not work (would not open at all. Widget did not appear in app drawer)

    I used this fix from the G4:

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/g4/themes-apps/g4-marshmallow-xposed-weather-fix-t3250273


    Other options:

    Freeze the Weather app and associated Weather apps in Titanium Backup *before* flashing xposed. Not sure if this works. Someone suggested this in the G4 forum in XDA.

    Use Xwidgets version of the LG weather app.

    Use your own custom weather widget.
     

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    sorry this is off topic

    But if would be so kind would you link me to how you ended up with root/tarp/xposed for marshmallow?

    I'm running stock tmo marshmallow on the metro pcs variant ( and yes I'm still on metro service)
     
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    I appreciate you trying to help me but that thread just says how to root/twrp. But what about xposed?

    I checked the thread on XDA (this one http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3034811 and if link posting isn't allowed i apologize)

    But there's many files and I'm not sure about what i need and could use clarification on some things.
     
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    Your processor is arm
    Your SDK is 23
    Go ahead and flash that
     
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