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04 October 2017

Full Guide On How To Install and Use Xposed Framework

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Android is known for its extensive customization potential but unless you have a rooted device, you can only customize it using widgets and...

Android is known for its extensive customization potential but unless you have a rooted device, you can only customize it using widgets and different home screen launcher apps. Rooting your device further expands the potential, giving you the ability to run apps that modify the core of the OS and do things not otherwise possible on it. Unlocking the bootloader and flashing a custom recovery takes you to a whole next level, allowing you to install custom mods and even full ROMs that can drastically change your user experience. However, with flashing custom mods or ROMs, you give up the stability, simplicity & reliability of pure vanilla Android. Wouldn’t it be great if only rooting would allow you to get the features that are otherwise available only via mods and custom ROMs? Xposed framework is a groundbreaking development that lets you do just that. It’s easy to install and configure, and already has a plethora of modules available that bring functionality to your device that otherwise requires flashing a custom ROM or mod from recovery. Read on to learn more about this amazing framework, complete with installation and usage instructions.

install xposed framework

Brought to us by XDA Recognized Developer rovo89, Xposed framework uses root access to directly access core Android resources and utilize them to run different modules on the device that bring new features to the OS. The potential here is virtually unlimited, and many developers have already started switching to it for delivering their mods. So, how do you get the framework on your device? It’s as easy as installing an app and tapping a couple of buttons. So, let’s get right to it.
Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. GoodiesTech  will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.
 To be on the safe side, take a full backup from your recovery before proceeding. If you don’t have a custom recovery, still make sure to backup all the important stuff that you can.
Also, make sure you’re running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean or later, or else Xposed will not work. Lastly, as we mentioned before, your device needs to be rooted for Xposed to work.

  1.  A Rooted Android Smartphone - See Full Guide.
  2.  Xposed Framework Installer App - Download Here.
  3.  Patience and Brain.
How To Installing Xposed Framework On Any Android Device
  • Launch the Xposed Installer app.
  • To activate it tap Framework followed by Install/Update. 
  • Grant Superuser permissions when prompted then tap OK and your device will reboot.

Now Xposed framework itself doesn’t bring any new functionality to your device that you can directly use; being a framework, it sets up the foundations for its modules, and it’s those modules that actually bring new features to your device. So, let’s take a look at how you can find and install Xposed modules, which is also just as easy as installing the framework itself. You can visit the Xposed Module Repository Site to browse through you favorite module.

Installing Xposed modules

  • When your device has restarted launch Xposed again.
  • To find modules tap the Download button.

  • Then, locate any module you want to install
  • To install a module swipe to the Versions tab and tap the Download button. When it has finished downloading the Android installer screen will open. Tap Install to finish.
  • You must reboot your phone before the module can be used. Pull down the notification shade and you’ll see a notification telling you that the module has been installed but activated. Tap Activate and reboot.

Using Xposed modules
When your device restarts the module will be activated. You’ll find it in your app drawer alongside all your normal apps. Launch the app and start testing out what it does. Many apps require the device to be rebooted before their settings are applied.

Disable and uninstall Xposed modules
If you no longer wish to use an Xposed module—or if you think it might be causing problems to your device in other ares (such as battery life) and want to temporally disable it open the Xposed Installer app and tap the Modules option.

All your installed modules are listed here. To deactivate one until the box alongside it and then reboot.

So thats all you have to know about installing, activating, using and uninstalling Xposed Module Framework. If you encountered any problem while folllowing the detailed guide, shoot your comments below. Share and remain blessed.

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