Xposed Framework On Android 10/11/12/13 Using LSPosed
Are you sick of your Android device’s default features and limitations? Do you wish to maximize the capabilities of your device and personalize it to your liking? There is no alternative to the Xposed Framework. Xposed Framework is a powerful tool that allows you to modify the behavior of your device’s system and apps without having to flash custom ROMs or kernels.
With Xposed, you can easily customize your device and enhance its functionality beyond what is possible with stock software.
This article explains how to install the Xposed Framework on an Android device running Android 10, 11,12, or 13 by using the LSPosed module. Each step will be covered in depth, with simple instructions and screenshots.
During the early days of Xposed, Greenify, AdBlocker, and Gravity Box were among the most prominent applications. There have, however, been a multitude of notable new additions to its ever-growing family. However, the original Xposed was designed for Android Pie builds and higher. This is where a few other developers assumed control of the project and gave it a new lease.
Currently, I have tested it on Android 10 and 11, and the developer claims that Android 12 Beta 4 is also supported (the latest at the time of writing). The installation of Xposed is now accomplished by utilizing the underlying Riru module. In this regard, EdXposed was the first fork to utilize Riru and extend Xposed support.
However, based on my testing, the installation process on Android 11 is problematic. Even if Riru has been installed, EdXposed will refuse to recognize it and instead display the Installation Failed error. This is when I began to focus on LSPosed, and I haven’t looked back since. In this guide, we will demonstrate how to install Xposed Framework on an Android 10/11/12 device using the LSPosed module. Continue along.
Why choose LSPosed?
LSPosed is an open-source and free replacement for the original Xposed Framework. It is actively maintained, and Android 10, 11, and 12 are supported. Additionally, LSPosed is modular, so you can choose to install only the modules you need, reducing the likelihood of conflicts and crashes.
In addition, LSPosed is an open-source framework that enables users to customize their Android experience by installing modules for theming, privacy, and performance optimization, among others. This makes it a popular option among power users who wish to customize their device’s functionality beyond what the stock Android OS offers.
Before we begin, make sure your Android device meets the following requirements:
- Root access: Xposed Framework requires root access to function. Make sure your device is rooted before proceeding.
- Android version: LSPosed supports Android 10, 11,12, or 13. Make sure your device is running on one of these versions.
- Custom recovery: To install LSPosed, you need a custom recovery such as TWRP or OrangeFox.
STEP 1: Root Your Device
Initially, a rooted Android device with Magisk installed is required. If you have not already done so, please consult our guide:
STEP 2: Install Riru Module
- Launch the Magisk Application and navigate to the Modules section.
- Then, tap the Search icon in the bottom-right corner.
- Enter Riru into the search box and press the Enter key.
- Riru should now be visible in search results.
- Tap the blue download icon, then tap Install.
- The module will be installed in a matter of moments.
- Tap the Restart button that appears at the bottom right after completion.
STEP 3: Install Riru – LSPosed Module
- After your device has booted, navigate to its Module section.
- Install the Riru – LSPosed module.
- Once complete, click the Reboot icon in the lower-right corner.
STEP 4: Install LSPosed App
- You must now install the LSPosed App, which will provide you with a working interface.
- Download the most recent APK for LSPosed from GitHub.
- Once downloaded, extract the file to a location of your choosing.
- Then, navigate to file manager.apk and install it.
STEP 5: Verify Xposed Installation on Android 10/11/12/13
When you launch the LSPosed App on your device, the Status should display as “Activated.” You may proceed with Module installation at this time.
STEP 6: How to Install Xposed Framework Modules on Android 10/11/12
- Launch the LSPosed Application and navigate to the Repository area.
- Tap on the desired module after selecting it from the list.
- Tap the Assets button within the Release section.
- Select the desired APK version from the available options.
- The installation will now begin, and once complete, the application will be installed normally.
- Launch the LSPosed App once more.
- Now navigate to the Modules section.
- Select the most recent module installation from the list.
- Lastly, activate the switch next to Enable Module at the top.
- You may now utilize this module according to your needs.
How to Disable Xposed Framework/Modules on Android 10/11/12
- If you wish to disable a single module, simply deactivate it by toggling the “Enable Module” switch next to it.
- If you wish to disable the entire Xposed Framework, however, you must launch the Magisk App on your device.
- Then, navigate to the Modules section and disable the Riru and Riru -LSPosed toggles.
- Finally, restarting the device disables Xpsoded.
- To re-enable Xposed, simply toggle both of these modules back on.
How to Uninstall Xposed Framework on Android
- However, if you wish to uninstall Xposed completely from your device, launch the Magisk App.
- Tap Remove next to both the Riru and Riru -LSPosed modules in the Modules section.
- Finally, restarting your device will remove Xposed.
Launch the Magisk App first, if you want to completely remove Xposed from your device, then follow the instructions in the previous sentence. The next step is to navigate to the Modules section and then click the Remove button that is located next to the Riru and Riru -LSPosed modules. Finally, restarting your device will result in the removal of Xposed.