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6 Must Have Xposed Modules For Android

If you have rooted your Android Phone to enhance its Performance and Customize. But don’t know where to start from, Xposed Modules is the answer. And for those of you who don’t know what is Xposed module is,  It is the ability to make system-level changes to the rooted Android without installing custom ROMs.

Xposed uses modules, Small applications that plug directly into the Android system and give you unprecedented control over the look and feel of your phone. Therefore, any changes made can be removed easily by simply disabling the modules and rebooting.

How To Install Xposed Framework On Android Phone

So, Basically, you need a rooted smartphone. If your Phone OS base on Android KitKat 4.4.4. The install the Xposed framework on it just like any other APK file. Download  Xposed Framework.

But system level flashing is available for Lollipop(5.0.1)  and Marshmallow(6.0.1)  users. You need to flash zip file for active the Xposed Framework. You will find here

Let’s look at Top 6 Best Xposed modules of 2017 which packstones of options.

6 Best  Xposed Modules For Android

1 Gravity Box  

This module is my personal Favorite, The Gravity Box Module. The feature of the Module is countless. This module allows you to add extra functionality yo your keys like Double pressing Volume keys to skip tracks. Some of the most famous features are CyanogenMod Pie Controls, Hardware key actions, Power tweaks and Notification control and many more. So try it out and see what you can do with your smartphone.

Compatible With Android JellyBean(4.2.0)  To MarshMallow (6.0.1).

2 XPrivacy 

XPrivacy is a permission manager that enables you to control which functions and data on your device apps can actually access. For example, It yo restrict an application to read your contacts, then a list empty contacts will be sent to your phone. In the same way, if you restrict location, that fake location will be sent to the Android Phone.

Compatible With Android JellyBean(4.2.0)  To MarshMallow (6.0.1).


XSTANA is an Xposed module that themes your navigation and status bars. For example, you can change Status bar of Samsung and Navigation bar of HTC.  In Status Bar you can change these icons:- Alarm, WiFi, signal, Bluetooth, GPS, battery, headset. In Navigation Bar you can apply some theme which changes:- back, back-time, Home, Recent, Menu And many more.

Compatible With Android JellyBean(4.2.0)  To MarshMallow (6.0.1).

4 Boot Manager 

A lot of apps take liberties with your system resources, setting themselves to load whenever you boot your device.  You can then choose to exclude or include it’s depending on your choice. choose the apps you don’t want automatically launching and then reboot your phone. It’s like a more intelligent version of a task killer.

Compatible With Android JellyBean(4.2.0)  To MarshMallow (6.0.1).

5 Amplify 

Amplify puts you in control of how your device uses your battery by controlling how often your device can wake up, And how long it can stay awake. It’s perhaps best seen as a companion to that other top battery-saving app, Greenify, which also has some xposed functionality. I will talk about Greenify later. If you want Maximum battery life, Use Amplify With Greenify.  It will give you amazing battery backup.

Use the recommended settings for easy battery savings, or Customize Every alarm and wale lock on Your Phone

Compatible With Android JellyBean(4.2.0)  To MarshMallow (6.0.1).

6 Greenify 

Now, If Amplify is so great, why do I need to also install Greenify?  You are not incorrect in your thinking, however, this alternate method of battery life improvement is different enough that we think it’s worth looking at. Greenify help you identify and put the misbehaving apps into hibernation when you are not using them, to stop them from lagging your device and leeching the battery.

Compatible With Android JellyBean(4.2.0)  To MarshMallow (6.0.1).

6 Must Have Xposed Modules For Android
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