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MaxLock, an AppLock Xposed Module alternative, now supports Android Nougat and Oreo

AppLockers are a great way to prevent people from getting into apps on your phone. Maybe your banking app doesn't use any security or you have some sensitive photos in the gallery. Whatever the case may be, sometimes it's nice to lock an app. Traditional AppLockers use a polling service to detect running processes. This...

Android P-ify Xposed Module lets you use Android P features on your Android Oreo device

Android P Developer Preview 1 was released on March 7 for the Google Pixel/XL and the Google Pixel 2/XL. The new Android version brings plenty of new features, including support for display cutouts (notch), improvements to messaging, privacy improvements, a multi-camera API, and more. We have thoroughly explored all the new UI changes in the...

OnePlus Alert Slider Customization now possible with an Xposed Module

It's a common complaint of OnePlus phones that the alert slider, while a major time saver, is configured in a way that isn't terribly useful for most users. It wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for the fact that there isn't an easy way to customize it in Oxygen OS -- putting the phones...

All-in-One Xposed Module for Customization, GravityBox, Updated for Android Oreo

It took a long time for the Xposed framework to be updated with support for Android Nougat, but after an immense amount of work, XDA Senior Recognized Developer rovo89 accomplished the feat in October. Thankfully, it took significantly less time to bring Xposed to Android Oreo. Popular Xposed modules are already starting to receive Android Oreo compatibility...

Xposed Installer v3.15 & Xposed Framework v90-beta2 are out with Android Oreo Fixes and Optimizations

It may have taken XDA Senior Recognized Developer rovo89 a while to get Xposed Framework working on Android Nougat, but that wasn't the case with Android Oreo. Three months after Xposed was released for Nougat, the first beta version of the framework for Android 8.0 and Android 8.1 Oreo was released. Today, the Xposed Installer—the Xposed Framework's frontend...

Xposed Framework for Android Oreo 8.0/8.1 Now Available in Beta

With the Android Oreo update, Google continues to polish the Android experience for all users. The update notably brings picture-in-picture mode support from Android TV, the Autofill Framework which replaces the need for password managers' laggy accessibility services, and notification channels for more fine-grained control over your notifications. In addition to these changes, some previously...

XPrivacyLua is an Xposed Module that Protects Your Data

If you've ever mistakenly downloaded an application you didn't trust with your data, you might have stumbled upon XPrivacy. It's an Xposed module that protects your privacy by feeding applications fake data or no data at all, or by restricting applications from accessing data categories such as contacts and location. It doesn't revoke or block...

Xposed v89 Fixes Bugs and Lays Groundwork for Android Oreo Support

It seems like it was only yesterday we saw Xposed v88 for Android Nougat's first release. It was followed by Xposed v88.1, a proper launch that brought fixes to heavily skinned versions of Android like Xiaomi's MIUI. This week marks the debut of a new Xposed release, Xposed v89, which features bug fixes, improvements, and news of support for Android...

Amplify, Xposed Module to Block Wakelocks/Alarms and Save Battery, Updated for Nougat

Before Android 7.0 Nougat was launched, one of the most popular modules for the Xposed Framework was Amplify. Amplify, to put it short, is an Xposed Module which allows users to take full control of wakelocks and alarms on your Android device. Since it's able to control some of the worst system wakelocks, like NlpWakelock and...

Enable Twitter’s Hidden Tweetstorm and 280 Character Tweets with Xposed

Here at XDA, we've shown you how to unlock hidden functionality within applications on numerous occasions, such as with Facebook Messenger internals or Google Allo secret features. Today we're here to share how to access more hidden features— including Twitter's upcoming "Tweetstorm" feature! A tweetstorm is a series of tweets posted in rapid succession by the...

Unofficial Xposed V88.1 for MIUI 9 Released

We recently covered the much anticipated Xposed V88 release for Android Nougat, followed by the quick release of V88.1 for bug fixes and optimisation, including a mention for possible MIUI optimisation. Now thanks to XDA Senior Member Psy_Man, the MIUI problems have been fixed and Xposed functions properly on MIUI 9 based on Android Nougat now...

GravityBox Xposed Module Updated with Android Nougat Support

GravityBox is the pinnacle of what defines Xposed on Android. With tweaks for everything imaginable, it's hard not to be drawn to it. If you've ever used a Resurrection Remix ROM, it's similar in its potential, but in a modular form which can be installed or uninstalled at will.  The options available to the user...