Most useful xposed modules
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Best Xposed Modules for Android.

Best Xposed Modules for Android

If you’re getting into rooting and further control of your Android device, you’ve probably come across Xposed. Xposed is a framework for modules that can change the behavior of the system and apps without touching any APKs. That’s great because it means that modules can work for different versions and even ROMs without any changes (as long as the original code was not changed too much). It’s also easy to undo. As all changes are done in the memory, you just need to deactivate the module and reboot to get your original system back. There are many other advantages, but here is just one more: Multiple modules can do changes to the same part of the system or app. With modified APKs, you to decide for one. Within Xposed, one can download different modules, there are many modules available so take this list as a jump start to find the Best Xposed Modules right for you.

Greenify : Greenify is best used on stock ROMs. Greenify is powerful on root. Greenify is insanely fast on Xposed.

YouTube AdAway : As the name suggests, this is an adblock specifically created for YouTube. Clears out all ads.

YouTube Background Playback : This is technically a YouTube Red feature, but who would mind using this for free. You can use this to make YouTube like a music streaming service. Just find out a playlist and let the music play in background.

APM+ : This is a tool to customize your power menu. The best feature is the ability to lock the Power Off. Other than this, you can add/remove Screenshot and Soft Reboot.

Flat Style Keyboard : I love this mod because it adds much needed color to Google Keyboard. You can customize buttons’ layout, background, background color, and space bar button. You can also set the keyboard to auto-detect which will change the color of keyboard based on the running app (eg. Yellow for Keep, Red for YouTube).

Flat Style Bar Indicator : This lets you fully customize your status bar. You can change position of every element. You can change icons for battery, carrier, wifi, alarm, NFC, ADB, and pretty much anything you can imagine. This can also add a network speed indicator.

DroidTint : It changes the tint of status bar based on the app you’re running.

Lucky Patcher : Lucky Patcher on turbo mode.

Play Store Changelog : This mod forces Play Store to show the entire changelog insted of first 4 lines.

Boot Manager : Lets you manage startup booting apps. I think that SD Maid Pro does a much better job at handling the booting apps, but if you don’t want to buy the app, Boot Manager is for you.

Gravity Box : Saving the best for the last. This gives you the ability to add custom ROM features without installing custom ROM. If I started listing all its features, I’ll end up making this post twice as long. In short, you can literally customize anything you can imagine.

That’s all folks!