In this guide, we will show you how to install Xposed Framework on Android 13. One of the primary reasons behind the popularity of the Android operating system is the number of available customisation options.
Android already has its features, on top of that, OEMs also contribute and add their features and customizations for their devices and smartphones. Users and enthusiasts can take this one step further by unlocking the bootloader on their phones. This allows for further customization. This paves way for a lot of interesting customizations.
If you take an interest in Android customization, then you must be familiar with the Xposed Framework. For those who don’t know, the Xposed Framework is regarded as one of the best ways to install modded applications without having to flash them using a custom recovery.
You just need to install the specific module that you want to add or modify on your device and then you can check out the changes. Apart from this, Xposed Framework can also be used to customize the interface, increasing the device performance and adding system-level functionality.
Uses of Xposed Framework
The main benefit of using the Xposed Framework is modules. Normally, users tend to install and use custom ROMs on their devices to get additional features. Xposed Framework essentially eliminates the need for installing custom ROMs for these purposes.
You do not necessarily need to flash customs ROMs, you can get the features you want using Xposed Framework. Without changing the existing ROM on your device, just install a module for the feature you need and use it on your device.
Using Xposed Framework, it is possible to add features to your Android smartphone which were not present by default on the device. For instance, Google no longer supports the functionality that allowed users to control the volume of devices connected through Cast using the Volume buttons on your phone.
But, Xposed Framework allows you to bring this feature back just by downloading the Cast Enabler module. Another interesting module can be used to increase the performance of your device by increasing the CPU speed. There are many benefits of using Xposed Framework, so let’s take a look at how to install Xposed Framework on Android 13.
Before you proceed, keep in mind that installing modules on your device and tweaking system-level devices involves risks. You should only proceed if you are familiar with flashing, custom ROMs and rooting. AndroidBlog will not be responsible for anything that happens to your device in the process.
1. Take a Backup of your device
Before you start to install Xposed Framework on Android 13, it is important that you take a complete backup of your device. There is a chance that you might lose all of your device data so it is recommended to take a backup, just to be on the safe side.
2. Root Your Device
You are also required to root your device using Magisk in order to install Magisk Framework on Android 13.
3. Download and Install LSPosed and Riru Modules
Now, you are required to install the two modules provided below on your device to proceed.
When you follow the GitHub link for LSPosed, you will be able to see two files, the Zygisk Version and the Riru version. You will need to download the Zygisk file if you have enabled Zygisk in Magisk.
If not, then you will have to download the Riru file. You can check if you have Zygisk enabled or not by heading over to Magisk > Settings. After that, follow the steps given below to install the module that you just downloaded.
- First up, open the Magisk application on your device.
- Head over to the modules section.
- Select Install from storage and tap on the Zygisk/Riru module
- that you downloaded.
- Tap on the reboot button after the module is completely installed.
4. Install LSPosed Manager App
Now you need to download the LSPosed Manager app on your device. You can do so by following the steps given below:
- First, open up the LSPosed module ZIP file that you downloaded in the previous step.
- Select the manager.apk file.
- Initiate installation by tapping on the install button.
- For those who are installing a file from the File manager app for the first time, the app will ask for your permission to install apps from Unknown sources. You will have to grant permission.
5. Install Xposed Framework
Finally, you can install Xposed Framework on Android 13. Here’s how to do so:
- Head over to the LSPosed Manager app.
- Proceed to the Repository section.
- Tap on the module that you want to install on your device.
- Now go to the Release section.
- Here, tap on the Upload icon located next to Asset.
- Now tap on Install.
- Once the installation is complete, head over to the modules section.
- Here, select the module that you just installed and enable it.
How to Disable An Xposed Framework module
If an Xposed Framework module is enabled on your device and you want to disable it, you can easily do so by following the steps given below:
- Open up the LSPosed Manager app on your phone.
- Head over to the Modules section.
- Select the module that you want to disable and tap on Disable.
How to Uninstall Xposed Framework
If for some reason you want to uninstall Xposed Framework from your device, follow the steps given below:
- Open the Magisk app.
- Head to the Modules section.
- Now you can disable Xposed Framework by disabling the Riru and LSPosed modules.
- Also, selecting the remove button for these modules can completely uninstall Xposed Framework from your phone.
- Finally, reboot your device.
So that was it from our side on how to install Xposed Framework on Android 13. We hope that you found this guide helpful. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.