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Remove Unnecessary WhatsApp Elements with Xposed
In modern life, you can’t underestimate the power of
the dark side messaging applications like Facebook, Snapchat, or WhatsApp. These apps are used by millions every day, so it’s definitely a large user base.
If you use WhatsApp just for typing plain text messages without sending selfies or cat images to your friends, or maybe you often misclick selecting the photo or voice record buttons, you might be interesting to try an Xposed module made by XDA Senior Member jayshah.
Jayshash’s module allows you to entirely re-configure the look of the message bar by removing unnecessary elements. Users have options to remove the camera shortcut and disable the voice messages button. With these simple modifications, you gain a bit of control of the WhatsApp application and make it more streamlined for you to use.
Since WhatsApp mods is an Xposed module, it uses Xposed Frameworks to apply these changes. And of course to use Xposed, your device must be rooted. You can find a rooting guide by visiting the home forum for your device.
Are you using WhatsApp to stay in touch with your friends and family? If so, don’t hesitate to visit the WhatsApp mods module thread to get the most of this great application.
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