How to install the Xposed framework on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and actually make it work

How to install the Xposed framework on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and actually make it work

Just as we told you yesterday, the Marshmallow version of Xposed framework is already live and available for all Android tinkerers to play with. WE were quite surprised by the short time needed to port the Lollipop version of the mod-friendly framework to Marshmallow. That's unlike the long time needed to develop a stable Lollipop version of the tool, which was mostly due to the transition from the Dalvik runtime to the new ART one.

We already showed you how to install rovo89's Xposed framework on your Lollipop device, but as a new major version of the platform is available, we decided that it's time to update our guidelines and show you how to install the new variation of Xposed on your Marshmallow device.

Before we begin, let's highlight a couple of rather important prerequisites. First of all, it's a no-brainer that you need to have a rooted device with a custom recovery installed. Secondly, while not compulsory, it's advisable to make a backup your handset, preferably a full-system NANDroid one

In case you've met and fulfilled these prerequisites, feel free to go on with the actual guide right below.

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6 Comments

1. zeeBomb

Posts: 2318; Member since: Aug 14, 2014

Already have...its safe to say that's its AWESOME!

5. Jango

Posts: 371; Member since: Oct 24, 2014

Does it break encryption on the 6P? Does it break imprint security? Does it still do Ad Blockers like before? Is Tinted Status Bar working? How about V4Android? I heard this is very buggy and drivers won't stick? I root and xPose just for those things AND systemwide font change. Is that doable using Xposed via module called Fonster?

2. Hexa-core

Posts: 2131; Member since: Aug 11, 2015

Yeah, enjoy your privacy exploits, and enjoy watching spammers popping-in ads here and there all day everyday on your device - heck it'll be amazing making them earn huge ads income, and which you'll get no share, right? *sigh*

4. shahrooz

Posts: 792; Member since: Sep 17, 2013

do you even xpose bro?

3. MrElectrifyer

Posts: 3960; Member since: Oct 21, 2014

Hell Yeah! Now just waiting for a stable Cyanogen OS 13 release for my OnePlus One...

6. steelew

Posts: 219; Member since: Jun 04, 2012

I tried the arm7 version on my nexus 7 2013 and got into a boot loop. I had to go back in and use the uninstall zip. I also ran wipe dalvik while I was there and I got back in but I'm not sure what happened. I'm on marshmallow on a nexus 7 2013 wifi

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