If someone asks me why they should root their phone, one of the main reasons I always give is, it will enables you to install the Xposed Framework. Created by developer Rovo89, Xposed basically hooks into the Android system, then allows users to simply install some mini-apps called modules that can change almost anything in a device’s interface or other installed apps.
- Device running Android 5.0, 5.1 or 6.0
- Custom recovery installed
- “Unknown sources” enabled
Step 1: Go to the website mentioned below this article and first find your suitable android version
SDK21 is Android 5.0 (Lollipop), SDK22 is Android 5.1 (also Lollipop) and SDK23 is Android 6.0 (Marshmallow).
Then Find Your Device’s CPU Architecture
There are three different versions of the Xposed Framework for Android devices, and each is designed for a specific CPU architecture.
Step 2: Download the Right Files for Your Device
Now that you know your device’s CPU architecture, you can download the corresponding version of the Xposed Framework. You’ll also need to download the Xposed Installer app to browse and install modules.
Then, grab the Xposed Installer app and install it.
Step 3: Once you’ve downloaded both Xposed files, the next thing you’ll need to do is boot your device into custom recovery. For most phones, simply start from a powered off state, then press and hold the volume down and power buttons simultaneously. When Android’s bootloader menu comes up, press the volume down button twice to highlight “Recovery mode,” then press the power button to select it.
Then, of course, since you’ll be flashing a ZIP, make sure you have a recent NANDroid backup on standby.
At this point, if you’re using TWRP recovery, simply tap the “Install” button to begin. From here, navigate to your device’s Download folder, then select the zip file.
After flashing reboot into system, it will take few minutes for first time booting.
XposedInstaller_3.1.apk: Must be installed to manage installed modules, the framework won’t work without it.
xposed.zip Must be flashed with a custom recovery (e.g. TWRP) to install the framework.
xposed-uninstaller.zip Can be flashed with a custom recovery (e.g. TWRP) to uninstall the framework.