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Xposed Framework for Android 5.0 Lollipop now available
The popular Xposed Framework, which adds tons of customization options to Android, is now available as an alpha build for Android 5.0 Lollipop. Just the other day, developer rovo89 posted a teaser on XDA hinting that Xposed for Android 5.0 would be available ‘soon’. That day has finally come, so if you’re rooted and running Lollipop, get to it!
Before you jump in, though, just remember that this is an alpha build, so there are bound to be a slew of bugs, inconsistencies and even boot loops. If you’re new to the modding community, the developer strongly advises that you sit this one out. He explains:
Because there have been huge changes since the last stable release that need to be tested by people who know how to use a recovery, escape from boot loops and report bugs properly. I strongly advise newbies to wait until Xposed has been tested by enough experienced people.
Note that this framework will currently only work with ARMv7 devices. So, no 64-bit or Intel-based devices are supported yet, but we’re assuming those variants will get support sometime in the near future. Additionally, the developer has a lot of important things to say about this build, so I suggest you head to this page first to check out what he has to say. If you’re interested in trying the alpha build, head to the link below to get flashing!