Xposed Framework For Marshmallow Release Imminent!

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  1. DroidModderX

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    Not many people are running Marshmallow. Pretty much if you own an HTC One A9 or a newer Nexus device you are one of the few running Marshmallow. That being said pretty much every new flagship coming out after today will need to be running Marshmallow to be competitive. I have seen many of you ask the question, "Is there any reason I should root my Nexus 6P?". My answer to that is, "Well of course you should!".

    The number one reason I would personally root my device is to use the Xposed frameork. Developers of Xposed have said they hope to release Xposed for Marshmallow later this week. With Xposed you will be able to add custom mods to your device with only root. This means pretty much any "Rom" feature you could ever want can be applied to your stock rom! Head to the source link for the full statement by developer "rovo89".

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    Yep, Xposed is pretty much all I need. I don't remember the last time I flashed a custom ROM. I think the last time was back in the Gnex days. :eek:
     
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    All I need for my Nexus 6P.
    Don't need a ROM, need Xposed to customize.
     
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