Xposed Framework and its modules can be downloaded and installed for free on any Android device starting from KitKat, Marshmallow, Nougat and Oreo from XDA, the main thing that needs to work properly is the privilege of access to root files of the device, in layman’s term you need a rooted device to get the Android framework perform without any error.
What Is Xposed Framework
Xposed Framework is an Android framework that works on a rooted Android device which enables a different set of modules to work and are not present in the default system. It lets you access a certain function on your phone without having to flash a custom ROM.
The Xposed app itself has many modules under the download section of the app where you will be able to choose the particular module according to your wish, such as playing YouTube in the background mod, changing the music track using the volume rocker keys, etc.
The Xposed framework can be installed on any Android device that has been rooted. There are different modules for KitKat, Marshmallow, Nougat and Oreo-based devices, you can check all the functions and features of the modules individually and download it accordingly.
Why Install Xposed
- Installing Xposed is easier than flashing a custom ROM
- It has many modules that can be found in the downloads section
- You can install Xposed for KitKat/Marshmallow/Nougat/Oreo
- Works on Stock ROM
- Helps you customize the user interface
- Lets you change the Carrier Label
- Zoom images on applications like Instagram/Snapchat
- Skip tracks using Volume buttons
- Advanced restart options
How To Install Xposed
- Custom recovery
- Rooted device
- The device should be running on Android KitKat and above
- Xposed Framework APK
Step 1: Once you have rooted your Android smartphone you must take a backup of your system. Boot into the custom recovery and take a nandroid backup.
Step 2: Now, download the latest Xposed Framework installer APK file from here.
Step 3: Go to the settings > security > enable 3rd party applications/unknown sources
Step 4: After which, you’ll need to launch the Xposed Installer app, go to the Framework section and click on Install/Update.
Step 5: Reboot your device and you are done.
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Hey..Robin…I am a moto e2 user…tell me if we flash cm13 on our device..then can we use xposed on our phones ?