Xposed Framework Now Available For Android Lollipop 5.0 – Download Here

Ali Salman
Posted Feb 15, 2015
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The thing about Android that sets it apart from any other OS is its ability to accept third party sources. However, sometimes it won’t fit to your requirements and for the very same reason; we are here to present a framework that provides customization to a whole new level. Xposed Framework adds enumerable customization tweaks to your android device and its available in the form of an alpha build which supports Android Lollipop 5.0. In the previous days a teaser was posted on the XDA by one of the developers nicknamed, Rovo89 that stated that the Xposed Framework will be available to Android Lollipop users soon.

xposed framework for customizationXposed Framework Is Now Available For Android Lollipop

Before we jump in to details, you should be running Android Lollipop 5.0 and above all, it should be rooted. You should also keep in mind that some bugs might come to your experience along with boot loops and inconsistencies because as mentioned, it is just an alpha build at the moment. The developer also shares some friendly advice if you’re new to the ‘modding’ business. He elaborates:

‘’Because there have been huge changes since the last stable release that need to be tested by people who know how to use a recovery, escape from boot loops and report bugs properly. I strongly advise newbies to wait until Xposed has been tested by enough experienced people.’’

xposed customizationFor now, Xposed will only be working with ARM v7 devices, so make sure you know your device’s hardware specifications before making any changes. However, we can hope that it will drop by in the near future other devices as well. In addition there are some important things that the developer himself wants you to know. You can check out the additional information here, it composes of all the frequently asked questions and every aspect is highlighted that may help you install it and run it. You can download Xposed Framework from this link. If you liked this post then do share it with your friends, also if you have any questions, let us know in the comments!

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