[Question] Xposed still worth it with Android 9/10 ?

tomxyz

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I used Xposed a lot 10 years ago, but I don't remember much of that time. Is it still worth it? Do Xposed and the modules still work nicely with Android 9 and 10 ?

I am thinking about it, because I want to change the scroll behavior of Android, using an Xposed module. And maybe, to look around for other Xposed modules...

Magisk does not have many modules that interest me.
 

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I used Xposed a lot 10 years ago, but I don't remember much of that time. Is it still worth it? Do Xposed and the modules still work nicely with Android 9 and 10 ?

I am thinking about it, because I want to change the scroll behavior of Android, using an Xposed module. And maybe, to look around for other Xposed modules...

Magisk does not have many modules that interest me.

Using xposed is a personal choice.
I am using a samsung S8 on android 9 using about 12 modules.

Rovo's version of xposed only works up to android 8 ( oreo ).

For 8 and up you will have to use Edxposed.

Edxposed will require magisk to be installed.

Edxposed will require 3 components

Riru core - download through magisk
Riru Edxposed - download through magisk
Edxposed manager

XDA thread for edxposed

https://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/development/official-edxposed-successor-xposed-t4070199

As to what modules that work It a bit hard to say you will have to try them out. Early modules may not work properly since they haven't been updated to newer android versions.
All modules are downloaded from the xposed repository ( using edxposed manager or website ).

XDA thread for edxposed modules

https://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/06-nov-2019-list-xposed-modules-android-t3998427

https://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/list-xposed-modules-android-pie-ed-t3892768
 
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