How to Install Xposed framework on Cyanogenmod 12 or Cynogenmod 12.1 or cynogenmod 13 or any CM

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How to Install Xposed framework on Cyanogenmod

Welcome to geekwarning, we are here to discuss about Xposed Framework for cynogenmod 12 or cynogenmod 12.1 . Android is all about modding and make it more customizable so that every users can get their own personalized experience. We have already tabled the Zooper Widget which is a highly customizable Widget app for Android users and can be molded into any widget using the modules. The Whole idea behind Xposed Framework is to add more customization option to your current Android firmware rather than installing custom ROM like cynogenmod or hydrogen os. With Xposed framework developers have made it a lot easier to configure and modd different aspect of the stock ROM. You can install different tweaks named as modules.

Installing xposed framework on Cyanogenmod 12 or cynogenmod 12.1is just the same as installing on any ROM.All we have to follow the set of same procedure to install the xposed framework on Cyanogenmod like Cyanogenmod 12.1 or Cyanogenmod 12 running on lollipop.

Install Xposed framework on Cyanogenmod Procedure:

posed Installer is an essential app required to run various different Xposed Modules/Apps to add extra functionality to your Android device such as enabling tablet mode using Xposed App Settings or cloaking root through Root Cloak.    In fact, some of you use it so much that you even refuse to upgrade to Lollipop.  Xposed Installer has actually been available for awhile now and they actually work for most Android devices on Lolllipop including Android 5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.1, and 5.1.1.

Step 1.

First, you will need to download the Xposed Installer and Xposed Framework SDK for your Android device, please go to our Xposed Framework Official  and download the appropriate files to install on cynogenmod 12 or cynogenmod 12.1 lollipop or cynogenmod 13 i.e marshmallow.

Step 2.

You should have the two files for your device.  In this example, I’ve downloaded Xposed Framework SDK for my Note 4 running AOSP ROM with Android 5.1.1 and the other for my Note 4 running Android 5.0.1 TouchWiz ROM.  They each use different Framework SDK files but everything else is same.

Step 3.

Open the Xposed Installer APK file to install the app itself.  This one is compatible for any Android device so you should have no problems.  You may have to enable “Unknown Sources” in Settings->Security to install the app.  Don’t worry, this app is completely safe and developed by a trusted developer on XDA.

Step 4.

Then reboot into your TWRP or CWM custom recovery and make a backup ROM.  There is a small chance that installing the Framework SDK will soft brick your phone so make a backup ROM just in case.

If your backup is too big, then use an OTG cable with a USB flash drive OR you can also have your original ROM file handy so you can install over it if you end up in a bootloop (which will also recover your phone without loss of data).

Step 5.

Simply install the Xposed Framework SDK file and reboot your cynogenmod 12 or cynogenmod 12.1 or cynogenmod 13 i.e marshmallow. Then cross your fingers and hope that it boots.

Step 6.

If your phone booted, congratulations!  You’ve successfully installed Xposed Installer (along with Framework) on your Android device.  You can now install your Xposed Modules(apps) and use them like you did with KitKat.

If it gets into bootloop the go to twrp and wipe out cache and delvik cache and everything will work fine.

When you open the Xposed Installer app, you should see that you have Framework installed under the Framework menu.