Xposed is a versatile tool that gives rooted users access to almost every imaginable mod and tweak to their phones.

Android enthusiasts have been waiting on updates from Rovo89 about getting Xposed compatible with the latest Lollipop OS. The transition from the JellyBean era to KitKat went quite quickly as compared to the transition from KitKat to Lollipop. However, more and more phones are getting Lollipop OS updates, as 2015 progresses.

Being stand-up developers, Rovo89 has taken a significant step and released an alpha version of the Xposed Framework that is suited to ARM v7-based phones running Android v5.0 OS. Noteworthy is the compatibility with ARM v7 architecture, meaning this cannot be used for 64-bit phones (MT67xx series included) yet.

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The v3.01 of the app is tagged to be an experimental release, with the disclaimer of a high possibility of bugs. Background discussions, FAQs, and other warnings are discussed on XDA.

The downloads for the Xposed Framework v3.01 zip file, Xposed Installer v3.01 apk file, and Xposed Bridge API v3.01 jar file have been posted online.

The installation still follows the same process as with KitKat version. The phone will need root access and requires a custom ROM installed. The zip file should be saved to the root of the external SD card and installed through the custom recovery. The apk should then be installed in order for the Framework to work properly.

As mentioned, the release is experimental, so brave souls who will try this version should be mighty prepared for a storm. Full ROM backups, NVRAM backups, and user data backups via custom recovery must be at hand.

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Xposed is a versatile tool that gives rooted users access to almost every imaginable mod and tweak to their phones. Android enthusiasts have been waiting on updates from Rovo89 about getting Xposed compatible with the latest Lollipop OS. The transition from the JellyBean era to KitKat went quite quickly as...
Xposed is a versatile tool that gives rooted users access to almost every imaginable mod and tweak to their phones. <span id="more-6518"></span> Android enthusiasts have been waiting on updates from Rovo89 about getting Xposed compatible with the latest Lollipop OS. The transition from the JellyBean era to KitKat went quite quickly as compared to the transition from KitKat to Lollipop. However, more and more phones are getting Lollipop OS updates, as 2015 progresses. Being stand-up developers, Rovo89 has taken a significant step and released an alpha version of the Xposed Framework that is suited to ARM v7-based phones running Android v5.0 OS. Noteworthy is the compatibility with ARM v7 architecture, meaning this <strong><em>cannot</em> </strong>be used for 64-bit phones (MT67xx series included) yet. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/XposedLollipop.jpg"><img class=" size-full wp-image-6519 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/XposedLollipop.jpg" alt="XposedLollipop" width="300" height="351" /></a> The v3.01 of the app is tagged to be an experimental release, with the disclaimer of a high possibility of bugs. Background discussions, FAQs, and other warnings are discussed on XDA. The downloads for the <a href="http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=3164266&d=1423864887">Xposed Framework v3.01 zip file</a>, <a href="http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=3164198&d=1423860398">Xposed Installer v3.01 apk file</a>, and <a href="http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=3164199&d=1423860398">Xposed Bridge API v3.01 jar file</a> have been posted online. The installation still follows the same process as with <a href="http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/Thread-Tutorial-Installing-Xposed-and-GravityBox-for-modifying-your-China-phone">KitKat version</a>. The phone will need root access and requires a custom ROM installed. The zip file should be saved to the root of the external SD card and installed through the custom recovery. The apk should then be installed in order for the Framework to work properly. As mentioned, the release is experimental, so brave souls who will try this version should be mighty prepared for a storm. <a href="http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=2483">Full ROM backups</a>, <a href="http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/Thread-Tutorial-Backup-your-NVRAM">NVRAM backups</a>, and user data backups via custom recovery must be at hand.