XPOSED Posts on XDA

Xposed Framework for the LG G4 – XDA Xposed Tuesday

I have had the LG G4 for some time, and I have done for you guys how to a root and TWRP installation video. The one thing that we have been missing is the Xposed Installer, actually the Xposed Framework.First we need to do is download a few files from this page. The first item...

How to Install Xposed Framework on LG G4

Great news for LG G4 owners! XDA Senior Member tabp0le posted a guide on how to get Xposed working on the LG G4. All you need is root, no unlocked bootloader required. The method involves installing the arm64 version of the framework by flashing it through Flashfire, and then getting the Official Xposed Installer (through the APK)...

Xposed Released for Galaxy S6 and arm64 Samsung Devices

Recognized contributor wanam has released a version of Xposed that should work on all Galaxy S6 variants and he hopes that it will support upcoming Samsung arm64 devices. It is still in an experimental phase, however, and it has been confirmed as working so far on selected tested modules. As users of Samsung devices may know, they...

Making Your Own Xposed Modules Is Easier Than You Think

Close to the heart of XDA is the Xposed Framework by Rovo89. Most of us will have used it but you may feel that the module repository is missing something. We have the solution with several guides aimed at getting you started to build your own modules, something that may be daunting but can open an entire new field of development with a little...

How Strong Is Your Connection? – XDA Xposed Tuesday

Everyone is always talking about their bars. How many bars of WiFi do they have? How many bars of 4G? What does a bar really represent? Does it give you any indication of the “strength” of the signal? Does it give you the throughput? If you had this information, you could know more about your...

Take Control with Action Widgets – XDA Xposed Tuesday

Our smart devices do so much, but those awesome features at times come with draw backs. Things like WiFi or Bluetooth eat up your battery.  Other items like flashlight or other neat settings are buried so deep, by the time you find them the desire has passed. Wouldn’t it be great if you had a...

Wanam Kit for Android Lollipop – XDA Xposed Tuesday

It has been a few months since the Xposed Framework became compatible with Android Lollipop. More and more different Xposed Modules are moving towards being compatible for Lollipop. A popular combination pack of modules is known as Wanam. The Wanam Kit is for AOSP like ROMs and gives you many different tweaks in one convenient...

How to Lock and Protect Your Apps – XDA Xposed Tuesday

The smartphone revolution has passed. Everybody has mobile apps. Some of these apps have access to very important information. Your mobile banking app gives you access to your money. Your Dropbox app could hold your secret plans to world domination. These apps should have greater protection than your Trivia Crack game.In this episode of XDA...

Make Your Network Smart – XDA Xposed Tuesday

We rave about the features and abilities of our smartphones. However, in order for the device to be so smart, there is a lot of items running in the background. Running all these processes behind the curtain can impact battery life. If you can control how often something runs in the background, you may be...

XHangouts to Customize the Look – XDA Xposed Tuesday

Most of us here at XDA use Hangouts on a regular basis. Unfortunately, that’s not because Hangouts is the best, most customizable chat program. Google tells you what to like about Hangouts and doesn’t make it easy for you to change that.In this episode of XDA Xposed Tuesday, XDA TV Producer TK reviews an Xposed...

XBridge for Lollipop – XDA Xposed Tuesday

On your device you get a lot of notifications. Usually, all you can do with a notification or an entry in the recent applications screen is open the app. Some notifications have other options, but sometimes we want more options on what to do with the notifications.In this episode of XDA Xposed Tuesday, XDA TV...

Xposed: Best of XDA

Xposed Framework is exactly what its name says it is, and in software this means that it allows generic code to be overridden by user code to expand or modify functionality. In other words, this "exposes" the system’s code to the framework, which requires root privileges, and allows you to plug in different modules which...