Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Xposed Installer+ Make your smartphone more smart


  1. No need to modify any Apk
  2. No need to decompile, change things in smali, compile, sign, ...
  3. It will work for odexed and deodexed ROMs.
  4. Your mod is not bound to a specific version of the ROM. Unless there is a major change in the methods called for a certain functionality, your mod will continue to work even when you upgrade your ROM. Hell, it will probably even work with different ROMs.
  5. Multiple mods can be installed at the same time, even if they change the same package. So you can use these battery icons and those quick toggles. Even hooking the same method twice is possible. Of course, this only works properly if the mods are not trying to do incompatible things.
  6. It does its magic at runtime. That means you can implement options to let the user decide if they prefer the bikeshed to be painted in red or blue. Or you can have some extra logic for certain ROMs without building different mod versions.
  7. It can be disabled easily without having to reflash.
  8. It's open source.


You can download the installer from Here. The attached XposedBridgeApi*.jar is only needed for developers, the disabler zip is only needed if you are in a boot loop.

How to install:

First step for everything you do: Create a nandroid backup and make sure you know how to restore it!
I'm not responsible for anything you do with your phone/tablet/rice cooker.
There is also the risk to soft-brick your device. In such a case, restoring a backup is the easiest way to get rid of it (other possibilities mentioned below).

For the framework:

  1. Download the Xposed Installer APK and install it
  2. Launch the Xposed Installer, go to the "Framework" section and click on "Install/Update"
  3. In case you get a Segmentation Fault error, please install this additional app (not needed if the installation worked fine).
  4. Reboot
  5. Done!

You can verify this by starting the Xposed Installer again. If app_process jumped back to an older version (or none at all), you probably have a ROM with S-On or similar, which reverts any changes to /system after a reboot. Use installation via recovery in such cases.

For any modules you want to install:
Download <module>.apk and install it
Launch the Xposed Installer and go to the "Modules" section (you will also get there if you click on the notification warning you that the module is not enabled yet)
Enable the module by checking the checkbox

In case you get into a boot loop:
First, try using the safemode by pressing any hardware key repeatedly. You can find a short explanation how it works here.

If that doesn't work, you can flash the attached by Tungstwenty. It will be copied to your (external) SD card when you install Xposed as well. The only thing it does is copying /system/bin/app_process.orig back to /system/bin/app_process, which you can also do yourself (e.g. with adb shell in recovery mode).

Note : You Can Download: XposedBridgeApi-42.jar and From this Links

1.) Extended option for actions when a module is clicked from the modules list:

2.) Debug logs tab plus color coding for better readability

3.) Convert debug logs into either HTML or BBcode format, so you can retain the color coding and post it here in XDA or save it as a html file so It can be viewable from your web browser.

4.) Organize execution order of modules. In that way, you can gain full control of which module should be first executed by the xposed framework when your phone boots up and so on…

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