Version: 3.0 alpha4 (37)
Package: de.robv.android.xposed.installer
1,327,426 downloads
0.6 MB (626,521 bytes)
Min: Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich MR1, API 15)
Target: Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich MR1, API 15)
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Uploaded June 29, 2015 at 9:56PM UTC by Junior Passos
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APK Notes:

Those who had issues with installer version 3.0 alpha3 displaying the framework as not installed, please try 3.0 alpha4. ProGuard optimized a bit too much in one very specific case... unfortunately, this never appeared during development, just in the release build.
If modules aren't loaded after a reboot because modules.list wasn't found, try to disable/enable any module. This will write the file again.

One addition to the changes in framework v65: The ZIP files are now signed. This wasn't possible before integrating the custom BusyBox version as some recoveries failed to unzip the signed ZIP.

This release does not have a Play Store Description, so we grabbed one from version 3.1:

This is the installer for the Xposed framework, which is a requirement for all modules.

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. No way to combine them, unless the author builds multiple APKs with different combinations.
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Comments
  • carlos

    i need it i can download games free

  • Samer R. Gallab

    It’s not working with CM12.1 on OnePlus One. It gives s false message the framework isn’t installed though all modules are working.

    • Jason Johns

      Try disabling all modules in xposed, clear cache/data for xposed installer, boot recovery, install v65 for your phone(arm/arm64/x86), reboot, use xposed to soft-reboot(and allow root), once back up, re-enable modules and do a full reboot.
      The instructions should have included disable modules & clear cache/data for xposed alpha 3 before installing 4. Took me an hour of playing around with it before I found a post on xda that said to do the above and it worked for me.

      • Samer R. Gallab

        Thanks a lot for your help. It has worked for me. But we have to skip Xposed 3 alfa 3 as it has a bug. We should install alpha 4 instead.

        • kilo

          How do I enable root access and shell commands?

  • Micky

    It won’t work it says I need to reboot and I have to install the framework.

  • Nick Bradley (NykBradley)

    I Installed On My N5, Rooted Stock 6.0 With Elementalx 6.0. It’s Not Working. Is That Any Kind Of Compatibility Issue?

    • Rick

      xposed is not compatible with android m. it is alpha because it isnt even working with lollipop yet

  • @tul

    is it compatiable with cm 13(bacon) ROM for one plus one??