Samantha · Feb 9, 2014 at 05:30 am

Customize “Complete Action Using” Menu with Xposed Module

Having multiple apps that can perform the same actions installed on one device can get pretty annoying after a while. Ignoring the obvious question of why this is even the case in the first place, every time you press a link, a photo, or video, a whole bunch of apps pop up begging you to press them, no matter how many times you’ve made it clear that you prefer Chrome over Firefox. So with no native option to customize these menus on the Android platform, XDA Senior Member p.valenta developed an Xposed module to address this gripe.

Called the Complete Action Plus, the Xposed module provides a whole bunch of options and solutions to whatever issues you may have with the “Complete action using” dialogue. You can select which apps you want to appear as options the next time you want to send a message, set the most used apps on the top of the list, provide an option to always use a selected app, remove the annoying “Always” and “Just once” options, and even change the layout of the dialogue.

The module also has a number of different language settings, including Russian, Spanish, German, Arabic, and Japanese. Any device running Android Jelly Bean or KitKat will be able to use Complete Action Plus, but there’s no guarantees for users of other Android versions.

If you would like to check the module out, visit the original thread for more information and download.


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