How to Customize Your Mobile with Xposed Framework without Installing Custom ROM | KingoRoot

If you have used Android smartphone for a long time, you might have heard about the custom ROM. And a lot of users intend to root their device become they can install the custom ROM. Xposed Framework is one of the best root apps for Android which can be used to customize the phone to the fullest without installing custom ROMs.

Xposed is a framework for modules that can change the behavior of the system and apps without touching any APKs. However, you still need to root your Android, because Xposed only works on rooted device. Fortunately, KingoRoot can provide both PC software and Android APK for your smartphone to root your smartphone.

How to Root Your Device with KingoRoot APK Before Customize Android with Xposed

Step 1: Free Download KingoRoot APK

You can download the root tool from the following button. Keep your Android smartphone powering on with enough battery level. During downloading, if Chrome warns you about KingoRoot.apk, just click OK to proceed.

Step 2: Install KingoRoot APK

If you receive the following "Install Block", take the following steps. Head to phone Settings  > Security > Unknown sources > Check the box and allow download from unknown source.

Step 3: One-Click Jailbreak your Android phone

Launch the KingoRoot app and click "One Click Root" to start rooting.

Step 4: Succeed or Failed

You may get the root result. Hope your device is successfully rooted by KingoRoot app. Detail tutorial please refer to: How to Root Android 6.0/6.0.1 (Marshmallow) with KingoRoot APK

How to Customize Your Phone with Xposed without Installing custom ROM

Xposed Framework Features

  • Use modules that run on memory that can make any changes by simply disabling the modules and rebooting;
  • Xposed Additions. Allow remapping of hardware button, reset the duration of long-press action and etc.;
  • BootManager. Prevent running upon system startup using with BootManager;
  • Phab7 No-Reboot UI Switcher. Switch Android UI into Phone mode, Phablet mode or Tablet mode without rebooting;
  • DynamicNotifications. Light up Android device screen discreetly to show notifications without unlocking the lock screen.;
  • XPrivacy. Restrict access to certain app permissions to prevent leaking of privacy sensitive data;
  • Tinted Status Bar. Change status bar color to match the current active app. Can be edited manually too.

How to Customize Android with Xposed Framework

  • Root your Android with KingoRoot Software (tutorial above)
  • Download the Xposed Framework.
  • Enabled Unknown Sources inSettings > Security
  • Once installed, open the app and tap on Framework;
  • Tap on Install/Update and Grant Root Permission;
  • Choose the module you would like to download, tap on it and then tap on Download;
  • When you receive the notification to activate the module, in the drop-down notification bar, tick it to enable it.
  • Reboot your device afterwards for the changes to take effect.