Will Verduzco · Aug 31, 2013 at 08:00 am

Wanam Xposed Brings Many Tweaks to Stock Samsung ROMs

Let’s face it. Sometimes, there isn’t quite as much time for device modification as we would ordinarily prefer. This lack of time, combined with simply not knowing about all the available tweaks, inevitably results less device customization than desired.

Thankfully, XDA Recognized Developer wanam compiled quite a few tweaks into one easily installable Xposed Module that works on Samsung devices running a stock 4.2-based TouchWiz ROM. And best of all, wanam’s compilation is installable via the versatile and powerful Xposed framework by XDA Recognized Developer rovo89. Due to the installation method of choice, applying the module is incredibly simple. Conversely, you can easily disable the modification in the event that something goes wrong.

Head over to the module thread to get started. The entire feature list can be found below:

  • Call Recording
  • 4 Ways Reboot (Reboot, Recovery, Hotboot, Download)
  • Full Color/Transparency customization for Status bar and Notification drawer elements
  • Secure Samsung Keyboard
  • Option to keep “Add Call” button with Call recording menu
  • Disable Camera shutter sound (+Screen Capture)
  • Flashlight trough volume button UP
  • Skip Music with Volume buttons
  • Save Call Logs View
  • Enable Keyboard Symbols
  • Enable Hangouts Calls trough cellular
  • Enable Camera while calling
  • Unlimited and Customizable Multi-View support
  • Bypass Exchange Lock check
  • Notification Panel Customization
  • Long Home key behavior
  • Long Back key to kill App (+ white list)
  • Disable increasing ringtone
  • Messaging Tweaks (raise limits and conversion)
  • Disable Scrolling cache
  • Enable Full rotations
  • White Circle Battery
  • Removed Camera permission
  • Transparent Notifications panel
  • Customize Clock format and size
  • Customize Battery text helper size
  • Customize Quick Settings buttons number per row
  • White themed Quick Settings buttons
  • Collapse Quick Settings after toggle
  • 2 line formatted date on the panel header
  • Dark themed Multi-Window
  • Disable Boot sound
  • Customize Two line date header format
  • White/Black Email App background (Supported on some devices)
  • Transparent Quick Settings buttons background
  • Default hidden SMS logs
  • Add Call button to Logs and Contacts list
  • Disable Accounts icons on Contacts list
  • Custimize Wifi AP Clients number
  • Disable Launcher page rotation
  • Add Exit button to browser
  • SMS Automatic input mode
  • Disable Call number formatting
  • Enable unlimited Contacts joining
  • Enable Gallery Rotation trough button
  • Set default Browser view to Desktop
  • Hide Wireless charging popup
  • And much more to come

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willverduzco is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Will Verduzco is the Portal Administrator for the XDA-Developers Portal. He has been addicted to mobile technology since the HTC Wizard. But starting with the Nexus One, his gadget love affair shifted to Google's little green robot. He is also a Johns Hopkins University graduate in neuroscience and is now currently studying to become a physician. View willverduzco's posts and articles here.
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