Tomek Kondrat · Jan 28, 2014 at 06:00 pm

Add Some Power to GoSMS using Xposed

Despite the fact that Hangouts has become the default SMS application on Android since the arrival of KitKat, other messaging applications are still very popular. Alternative applications have tons of configuration options, and often feature added capabilities like scheduling, auto replying, and theme support. One such client is GoSMS, a legendary messaging app, which has been very popular for at least 2 years.

Even such great application like GoSMS can be refined here and there. A few useful capabilities have been added by XDA Senior Member elesbb, who created an Xposed Module that adds some extra mojo to the app. For example, with this module you can close the main window of the application by tapping send, while double tapping send won’t automatically close the main window. There are many other features such as how the keyboard can be set to auto hide after sending a message. As this mod comes in the form of an Xposed module, your phone must be rooted and have Xposed Framework installed in order to play.

More information about this module can be found in the module thread. This is a good place to start if you want to improve your GoSMS experience.


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Tomek Kondrat

eagleeyetom is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Tomek is the only Polish moderator on XDA Developers. He graduated from the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn with a degree in journalism and public communication in 2013. He's a big fan of football (not hand egg), post rock and cooking. A total addict of mobile technology, especially Android. Currently flashes dozens of custom ROMs on his OPO. View eagleeyetom's posts and articles here.
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