Xposed Installer 1.12

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Xposed Installer is a service tool that allows you to change the settings of applications and firmware for Android devices, without the need to decompile them first. Able to perform "deep" debugging of the operating system and utilities installed in it, after which the changes made are "saved" even after restarting the device. Equipped with a tool which creates and edits a "list of rules and permissions" for applications. Capable of making backup copies of user, "system critical" and "streaming" files, with the feature of their subsequent introduction into the OS directly from the interface in case of firmware corruption. Xposed Installer supports interaction with files "written" to "locked" partitions of ROM. Xposed Installer functionality Scans system, creates lists of "system critical", user and "streaming" files, categorizes them by their partitions and visualizes the created lists in the interface; Automatically backs up the "marked" file or process when debugging is initiated; Deletes the backup independently if no changes have been made; Creates a local "temp copy" of the "marked" file or process, reads user made changes, "safely" terminates (if necessary) the "original" process and "implements user made changes from the "temp copy" into the "original", initiates the launch of the modified process or application; Replaces files and registry entries associated with the modified process or application to preserve the changes after restart; Analyzes the process of launching the system and automatically "rolls back" and restores all modified files and processes from the reserve copies; in case it is impossible to launch the system normally after a manipulation, the interface displays a corresponding notification. Features of the utility Possibility of "deep" editing of files and processes, including "critical" ones; Backups and automatic rollback of the system after "unsuccessful" manipulations; Saving your edits after a restart; No need for pre-decompilation - all manipulations are performed in a local copy; Constant updates; Active work of the technical support. Minuses The automatic "rollback" feature is not always able to "deal" with the changes made by the user; The "critical" files and processes require a lot of system resources; Created backups and temp-copies are not always deleted automatically, thus "clogging" the memory.

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