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4396 Let me introduce the Xposed framework, which gives you the possibility to modify your ROM - without modifying any APK (developers) or flashing (users)! :) For a quick start, have a look at XDA's "Android Basics 101" on Xposed:
1313 Where can I find general information on Xposed, e.g. how to install it? In this thread. Does this require root access? Yes, because it replaces a file in /system/bin. Once the framework is installed, it should work without root access. For...
641 This is Xposed version 2.4 beta1. The main new features and fixes in this version are: Support for Android 4.4 (KitKat) Significant performance improvements of the framework Viewer for the debug.log in the installer Check in the installer wh...
427 Regarding ART possibly becoming the default runtime engine: I think that's good news because it means that we will get a stable version of ART then. I'm reluctant to work further on ART support at the moment for mainly three reasons: 1. Time. I...
232 Maybe you have read about my project called "Xposed", maybe not. In short, it is a framework that can be used to create modifications without touching the APKs, which in turn means that nothing needs to be flashed. Tweakbox was the first module f...