XPOSED Posts on XDA

This is Why We STILL Root!

A little over 3 and a half years ago, legendary XDA TV Host azrienoch posted a video explaining the reasons that XDA members and Android enthusiasts rooted their devices. Over the past couple of years a lot has changed with Android. Many people are saying that rooting is not necessary anymore. So today XDA TV Host...

Top 5 Xposed Mods of 2015 – XDA TV

Yesterday we took a moment to reflect on the Top 5 News Stories of 2015. As the year wraps up, it is always fun to look back at what goodies got released over the last 12 months. In today’s video XDA TV Host TK talks about the Top 5 Xposed Mods from 2015. At the beginning...

Top 5 News Stories of 2015 – XDA TV

It’s that time of year where you look back and remember the things that happened during the year. You learn from the bad things, and celebrate the good things. It’s been a great year here at XDA TV and we are looking back at some of our favorite items from the year. There have been a...

Wanam Xposed Pulled Out of Play Store

XDA Recognized Developer and Contributor wanam is a well known hacker of many Samsung devices, and he's a reputable developer has created numerous applications and kernels for Samsung phones since the Galaxy II days. Because of this, if you ever used a Samsung phone and love XDA, then you must have heard of Wanam Xposed. It's likely the...

GravityBox for Marshmallow – XDA Xposed Mods

The Xposed Framework has been available for the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow for a little over a week now. Last week XDA TV Host TK showed you how to install the Xposed Installer on the Nexus 6P. Even though the Xposed Installer is available for Marshmallow, not all modules have been updated to work. Yet. In...

Xposed Framework for Marshmallow on the Nexus 6P – XDA Xposed Mods

Marshmallow has been out on the Nexus 6P for some time, and recently, TK has done a how to a root and TWRP installation video. The one thing that we have been missing is the Xposed Installer, actually the Xposed Framework. So today TK is going to walk you through the process of installing that on...

Xposed for Marshmallow is Here!

Xposed is one of the most beloved tools an Android enthusiast can have, as it allows for all sorts of modifications to extend the functionality of our favorite devices. Each new Android release, however, brings with it a small wait for the next version. Marshmallow’s wait is over! Xposed version 76 is here with support for Android...

View and Control Your Google Play Playlist in Your Notifications With Xposed

The playlist is discrete when not in use, being accessed via a small button in the top right of the notification. Due to constraints with scrolling whilst in the notification shade you can only see 7 tracks at a time, although hopefully in the future scrolling left and right in the panel may allow you...

Sony Xperia Z5, 2nd Gen Moto 360, Samsung Gear S2 and More Unveiled at IFA! – XDA TV

It's Friday, September 4, 2015, and let's talk about what happened this week over at XDA-developers.com. IFA is going on this week, so we've got a lot of new device announcements to go over. Sony, obviously, is going to be releasing the Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact, but they're changing things up and including a third...

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...