Official Xposed Framework For Lollipop Devices


Super Moderator
Staff member
Premium Member
Oct 6, 2011
Reaction score

The Xposed Framework is by far the easiest most convinient way to customize your phone with only root. Xposed has been in Beta for Lolllipop for nearly a year. When Anrdoid 5.0 came along there was plenty to love, but it also brought some pretty large changes in the inner workings.

After months of developing and testing Xposed for Lollipop, the projects developer has released official stable builds. To install the xposed framework you will need a custom recovery which means my $700 Verizon Note 5 won't be compatible which is a crying shame. Be careful when installing as samsung's changes in ART could casuse the phone to go into a bootloop. This is not yet available for all devices, but is available for many. Head to the link below for the download.

Just in time for Android 6.0, hope what they learned doing 5.0 is easy updated to 6.0.
Really wish they could get this working on the S6 running 5.0.2. Stuff like this makes me kick myself for jumping into the S6 so quickly.
Just in time for Android 6.0, hope what they learned doing 5.0 is easy updated to 6.0.

XDA Posting said:
This version is not directly based on @romracer's port, however there aren't many differences. He had merged AOSP 5.1 into the Xposed codebase, I did it the other way around and used this opportunity to reorder and combine the commits. So it's a little bit cleaned up now, which will hopefully make it easier to port these changes to future Android versions.
Don't think you necessarily need a custom recovery on all devices, I was able to use FlashFire to put Xposed on my Verizon LG G4.