Xposed Framework is now available for Android Marshmallow Devices

If you are rooted, then chances are you know what Xposed is. Xposed Framework is a Popular method to change the System Settings by simply adding and removing Tweaks. It has quickly become an alternative to custom roms fast and a lot of users are enjoying it. With the release of Android Marshmallow, the developer of Xposed rovo89 has finally updated the app to work with Marshmallow. That’s some great news for the hardcore Nexus Users.

At the moment the 6.0 version of Xposed, version 77 has only been tested with the SuperSU root permission manager, and some modules and capabilities may not work with newer versions of SELinux. Some Samsung and Sony phones on stock software are seeing bootloops. And individual modules like GravityBox may need to be updated to work.

You can download Xposed from the XDA Thread here.

Before you try it, Make sure you have a backup before you try this because there maybe inconsistency issues and it might cause bootloops for some devices according to the developer.

If you try it, let me know how it goes, and Share this with your friends who are interested in trying it out.

Source – XDA