God damn it. I would love to explain it to you, but I just left my computer, so I'll make this short.
Xposed is a framework that allows you to install and apply individual modules. Let's say that you want the stock notification center. Usually you would have to flash a AOSP ROM to get it, but with Xposed you can simply download a tiny module that does it for you.
To install it, just google "Xposed framework" (there's a XDA thread), download and simply tap "Install" and reboot. That's it. Next you'll want a module or two...or three or whatever. Click "Download" in the app and browse through them. Find anything you like? Click install, enable the module under "Modules" and reboot. Voila!
That's the basics of it. If a module isn't compatible and you end up in a bootloop, boot into recovery and flash the Xposed "revert zip", and it'll remove your modules so you can boot again.
Here are the modules that I'm using right now:
- App Settings (change app DPI)
- Advanced Power Menu (reboot etc. in the power menu)
- Hide Stamina Icon (hides the statusbar icon)
- YouTube AdAway (removes YouTube video ads)
- GravityBox (everything that you can think of)
Well, this post was intended to be much shorter, but yeah
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