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4531 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:
1355 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...
642 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...
475 I haven't seen any final version of ART yet, all just beta and preview versions. Even the version included in the latest emulator image (labeled "Android 5.0 / API 21") is at least a month old, or at least didn't include some of the commits of the...
473 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...