Xposed Framework tool is one of the best way to customize your android mobile and tablets without installing the Custom ROM. With Xposed Framework you will enjoy lots of modification and custom tweaks on android without using custom ROMs. To enjoy all these tweak and modification on your device all you need rooted device and Xposed Framework installed. Today in this tutorial we will show you how you can easily setup Xposed Framework on any of your android phone or tablet.
As we mention above, to install the framework you will need a rooted phone, if you don’t have the rooted device read some of the best how to root guide here. Once you have the rooted device follow the below mention tutorial to setup the Xposed Framework on Android.
How to Install Xposed Framework on Android
Step 2. Now Enable Unknown Sources features on your device. To do this go to Settings -> More -> Security, and under Device administration, checked the Unknown sources option.
Step 3. Now Download the latest Xposed Installer app on your device. Open this link on your Android phone browser to install the apk file. Once the download is completed on your device, you will see the de.robv.android.xposed.installer_v#.apk on your mobile notification panel.
Click on the file to install.
Step 4. Once the installation is finished, run the application from your device. Select Framework and tap on the “Install/Update” button. See the screenshot below:-
Step 5. To complete the setup process reboot your device.
The Xposed Framework is installed on your device. Now you are ready to Install Xposed Framework Modules on your device to add more tweak and customization.
How to Install Xposed Framework Modules
Again run the Xposed Framework on you device and select the “Download” option. Here you will see long list of available Xposed modules that you can download. Or you will find lots of free Xposed Modules on Google play store.
Select the Xposed modules from the download list and install them on your device, you will see the whole list of downloaded modules from the “Modules” option of the application
There are lots of other free Xposed modules are available on the web. Check out this XDA thread and browse lots of other modules.