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Blurred System UI
This module will apply native android Gaussian Blur effect to your System UI Expanded Notifications Panel.
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Statusbar Scroll to Top
This module allows you to tap the status bar to scroll, comes handy and saves you a lot of time when scrolling back to the top.
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SwipeBack
This module adds global swipe back gesture to your Android phone or tablet. Making it easy for you if you have a big phone and you want to use it with one hand.
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No Lock Home
This module will bypass the lockscreen when its connected a trusted wifi network (ex. your home network)
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BootManager
This module will let you prevent apps from running on each system startup. One of the best module you can use to improve your device.
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Xposed Gel Settings
This is a must have module that will let you change the settings of Google Now launcher, of course only of you are running a KitKat Rom
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Greenify
This is one of the best xposed module so far, it let you hibernate unnecessary apps that are running in the background. making your device runs faster and smoother.
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