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Default MotoXposed and GravityBox

Which do you prefer (or do you use both?) and why?

I currently have MotoXposed installed, and so far I'm happy with the minor tweaks that are available therein. I guess I'm just wondering if GravityBox is worth installing - I've read that these two modules can conflict with one another, and that GravityBox doesn't fix WiFi icon spacing. Thoughts?

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Which do you prefer (or do you use both?) and why?

I currently have MotoXposed installed, and so far I'm happy with the minor tweaks that are available therein. I guess I'm just wondering if GravityBox is worth installing - I've read that these two modules can conflict with one another, and that GravityBox doesn't fix WiFi icon spacing. Thoughts?

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I use both and they work terrific and kinda compliment the other. Keeps me happy, try it out yourself and see if ya like it.
 
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I use both. MotoXposed for the circular battery icon (with white %) and GravityBox for everything else.

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Is MotoXposed the only way to use Xposed on the Moto-X? I've never used Xposed before, and my phone hasn't gotten here yet (hasn't even been shipped, damn Cyber Monday backlog...) but I want to get it up and running ASAP.
 
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Is MotoXposed the only way to use Xposed on the Moto-X? I've never used Xposed before, and my phone hasn't gotten here yet (hasn't even been shipped, damn Cyber Monday backlog...) but I want to get it up and running ASAP.
MotoXposed is a module for Xposed. So anyway you'll have to install Xposed
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Gravity Box has the circle battery indicator mod.... with percentage.

I only use Gravity Box.
 
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MotoXsposed kept crashing systemui on 4.4, so I'm only using GravityBox now. It does everything I need anyway.

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