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What is LSPosed, and what can you do with it on your Android device?

We've talked about Magisk and its modules in the past, and how they offer a world of modifications to be done in a "systemless" manner. Magisk's overlay-based interface has ballooned in popularity much like Xposed had, and not without good reason too. In addition to all the benefits that going systemless brings to the table,...

What is EdXposed, and what can you do with it on your Android device?

Magisk modules are a simple way to apply system-level mods to your device without having to make changes to your system files manually. All you have to do is download the module, activate it through the Magisk app, and then reboot your device for the changes to go into effect. Most modules focus on adding...

What is Riru, and what can you do with it on your Android device?

Before Magisk became a thing, it was Xposed Framework that vastly shaped the device-agnostic Android modding approach. Rather than having to decompile applications, modify bits and pieces, recompile, and push the modded files back to our devices, we can replace any method in any class at runtime using Xposed and a purpose-built module. The framework...

Messenger Pro is an Xposed Module that adds loads of features to Facebook Messenger

Meta's Messenger is one of the most popular instant messaging apps in the world, riding on the sheer popularity of Facebook. The Messenger app does a lot of things right for it to gain this popularity, but it also has a few limitations that are intentionally placed. For example, the inability to use text formatting...

These are the Best Xposed Modules in 2022: GravityBox, Pixelify, XPrivacyLua, and more!

If you just recently picked up Android modding, then you probably don’t really know about the Xposed Framework. With root access, the framework hooks into ART (the Android runtime) and lets add-ons, called Xposed modules, execute their own methods before, during, or in place of the original methods of the target application. As a result,...

Google Pixel’s Now Playing feature has been ported to other Android devices

Google debuted the Now Playing feature with the Pixel 2 series back in 2018, and it has remained an integral part of the Pixel lineup ever since. The feature employs a combination of onboard hardware, software, and Google’s machine learning magic to identify songs playing in the background. Now Playing was intended to be a...

You can now customize your device with the GravityBox Xposed Module on Android 11

If you have ever used the Xposed Framework before, you probably already know about GravityBox. In case you’re unaware, GravityBox is an all-in-one Android customization toolkit that lets you modify the lockscreen, the navigation bar, the status bar, the display, the actions of software and hardware buttons, and much more. It took a long time...

Enable hidden features in Twitter for Android with the Tweeks Xposed Module

Despite there being a lot of alternatives to the Twitter app on Android, I like sticking to the regular Twitter app. It works well, it's not overly bloated, and has all the features I need. It also looks good, and it's also constantly updated with new features as soon as they're out. Some are still...

Xtadia is an Xposed Module that lets you play Stadia on any Android phone and network

Google's Stadia game streaming service is already out and it's one of the main competitors in the now-rising game streaming space. Game streaming services are trying to position themselves as an alternative to actually owning gaming hardware, but before that can happen, it first needs to be readily available for everyone. As it stands, though,...

Enable Gmail’s dark theme on older Android versions with this Xposed Module

Android 10's system-wide dark theme was one of the most highly anticipated features, allowing users to make apps completely dark or black with a single toggle. However, the big issue with this feature is that it is only supported on Android 10, and while certain apps do include a manual toggle for switching dark mode...

Customize OxygenOS on the OnePlus 7/7 Pro with the latest version of GravityBox [Root]

Xposed Framework is an excellent customization tool if you're looking supercharge your Android experience. It uses apps called Xposed Modules to customize the original behavior of any system process or application to offer a better experience. While there's a host of Xposed Modules to choose from, GravityBox is among the essentials that we would recommend...

Customize One UI on the Exynos Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note 9 with this Xposed Module

One UI has been the highlight of Samsung's Android Pie rollout, bringing in a much more refined experience that has been well received by a lot of people. The refreshed UI has begun rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Note 9, but despite the improvements it brings, there's still...