The “holy grail” setup for most modders and tweakers of Android devices is if you can run Xposed Framework on it – that is, have a working and stable system that allows you to install the tweaks you want, when you want it.
There are a lot of applications, not to mention the Google-specific ones, that require Google Play Services to run correctly on your Android device. Without Google Play Services on your device, these apps are virtually useless.
Xposed Framework has a lot of followers out there because of the unheard of level of control it gives users of Android devices. There are those who like to tweak their Android devices, and then there are Xposed Framework users.
We have a few tweaks and tricks for Samsung devices featured today, all care of our friends over at the XDA developers’ forum. As quintessential fans of the Android platform, we usually promote ways for people to bring the
Ok, so anyone who has plans of using Xposed Framework to spruce up your Android device’s OS will know that installing it would be a pain in the nether regions. It’s difficult enough to install via custom recovery (and root is
Most smartphones these days are behemoths of power, almost as powerful as micro PCs in a pocket-sized form. While all that power is available at our fingertips, quite literally, however, that doesn't mean that our smartphones are
Anytime you want to change the hue or color tone of your display either for convenience purposes or if you just want to impress your friends – and you can basically be sure that stock Android will not allow you to do this –
GravityBox can make a claim for the title of “most loved Xposed module” and most people would probably agree. If you have at any point in time tweaked your Android device using the Xposed Framework, then you will (at the very
It was a sad, sad day for modders when Android 5.0 was launched and people started realizing that Lollipop broke KitKat’s long-standing compatibility with Xposed Framework. It made modders and tweakers actually want to go