The mods range from simple device-specific things like
improving camera performance on a single device or
customising a specific launcher , to major utilities that
enable you to fully power-up your device. These are
available through Modules —small apps that are installed
through the Framework app.
The Xposed Framework works on most Android
devices, but requires them to be rooted first. Let’s take
a look at how to get set up with and start using
Download and install Xposed
Ensure your device is rooted before you begin, then
download the Xposed Framework APK. There’s an
official thread about Xposed on xda-developers.com
where you can find information on updates, as well as
help and support. If you want, you can also download
and view the Xposed Installer source .
Install the Xposed APK—you’ll need to have
Unknown Sources ticked first.
Launch the Xposed Installer app. To activate it
tap Framework followed by Install/Update .
Grant Superuser permissions when prompted then
tap OK and your device will reboot.
Installing Xposed modules
When your device has restarted launch Xposed
again.To find modules tap the Download button.
The Download screen is split into three sections.
Framework shows the details for the Xposed
Installer app, and you will be able to download updates
Installed shows the modules you currently have, and
again you will download updates to them from here.
Not Installed shows all other Xposed modules.
Scroll through the list, or perform a search if you
know what you’re looking for (you can also search for a
specific device or manufacturer name).
When you find a
module you like the look of tap it to find out more
information, as well as compatibility.
To install a module swipe to the Versions tab and
tap the Download button. When it has finished
downloading the Android installer screen will open.
Tap Install to finish.
You must reboot your phone before the module can be
used. Pull down the notification shade and you’ll see a
notification telling you that the module has been installed
but activated. Tap Activate and reboot.
Using Xposed modules
When your device restarts the module will be
activated. You’ll find it in your app drawer alongside all
your normal apps. Launch the app and start testing out
what it does. Many apps require the device to be
rebooted before their settings are applied.
Disable and uninstall Xposed
If you no longer wish to use an Xposed module—or if
you think it might be causing problems to your device in
other ares (such as battery life) and want to temporally
disable it open the Xposed Installer app and tap the
All your installed modules are listed here. To
deactivate one until the box alongside it and then
To uninstall an Xposed module long press on the
module in the list and the select Uninstall from the
options. It’s good practice to reboot once more.