Best Xposed Modules for 2020
Xposed is not the hot and fresh new mod in the Android world it used to be, but a lot of users still love it. The Xposed Framework opens up your phone to a huge selection of customizations. The repository for Xposed modules is much larger than Magisk, which is a popular alternative. If you’re getting started or need some fresh mods, we’ve got a great list for you.
Note: Be sure to check which version of Android and Xposed these modules require. They don’t all work for the same versions.
Battery life is something you can really improve with Xposed modules. Amplify is a mod that instantly gives you more juice. By default, it will make a difference, but you can enjoy more improvements if you adjust the settings. The mod allows you to easily see what is causing battery drain. It will show you which things are safe to limit so you don’t accidentally break something. Amplify requires a paid “pro” version to unlock some features.
Every time you boot up your phone a bunch of apps launch in the background. Android is built to manage background apps and you usually shouldn’t kill them. However, BootManager is a mod that can stop apps from launching at startup. If you have some especially performance intensive apps that open at startup you can use this app to stop them
CrappaLinks is a very popular mod that improves the experience of launching default apps with links. Sometimes an app will open a YouTube link in a browser window instead of the YouTube app. This can be very annoying. CrappaLinks fixes this problem and it doesn’t take many configurations.
4. Firefds Kit
This module is designed to give users control over a bunch of different features in Samsung phones. Find out all the features of this module in the official XDA thread.
This module works with the following phones:
- Galaxy S9 SM-G960F
- Galaxy S9+ SM-G965F
- Galaxy Note 9 SM-N960F
- Galaxy S10 SM-973F
- Galaxy Note 10 SM-N970F
- Galaxy Note 10+ SM-N975F
Gravity Box is an essential Xposed module. It’s a combination of many different tools. You can tweak the lock screen, status bar, nav bar, display, power menu, and so much more. If you only download one module from this list, make it Gravity Box. You’ll find a plethora of great customization options for just about everything.
6. NSFW Gboard
This module adds NSFW results to the GIF search in Gboard. Normally, adult-themed results are not found in the GIF results, but this module has become very popular as it adds NSFW gifs to your searches.
NeverSleep allows certain apps to prevent the display from sleeping. Instead of adjusting the screen lock time for the entire system, you can adjust it on an app-by-app basis. You might find this useful for a reading app or a cookbook app. It’s a simple tool but it can be very useful.
Some people like to use notifications as reminders to do something later. The only flaw in this system is when you accidentally remove the notification. PinNotif allows you to pin any notification. Simply long-press the notification to pin it and long-press it again to unpin. Then you can swipe it away when you’re done with it.
Xblast is similar to Gravity Box in that it includes a bunch of different tools. This includes tweaks to the status bar and nav bar, volume buttons, multi-tasking, and much more. The customization options are nearly limitless. It’s a great suite of options for anyone interested in doing a wide array of tweaks.
As the name implies, XUI is all about the system UI. The module includes tweaks for the clock, battery, animations, lock screen, notifications, and more. Even little things like the AM/PM on the clock can be changed. If you notice little details like that, this is a great mod for just slightly tweaking little things and changing the overall look.