Xposed framework now works on Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge and LG G4

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 18 Aug 2015

Xposed Framework

Xposed framework is easily one of the most popular mods among advanced users and developers in the Android community. However, despite its popularity, the framework has been incompatible with almost all the major flagship handsets released this year, because they all feature a 64-bit processor.

This meant that owners of Samsung Galaxy S6 and LG G4 could not install the framework and enjoy the plethora of modules created by the community on their devices. Thankfully though, popular developer wanam has managed to build a variant of the Xposed framework that works with the Galaxy S6. The framework should also likely work on other Samsung devices that feature a 64-bit processor.

On the other hand, LG G4 and HTC One M9 owners should try out the latest unofficial release of Xposed framework for Android 5.1 Lollipop that works on these devices. The latest release (v71) fixes a few bugs that led to boot loops and random restarts on these devices before.

The pre-requisites for installing Xposed framework on the above devices remain the same as before: a rooted handset is a must with a custom recovery like TWRP installed. Galaxy S6 owners will also need to deodex their ROM, which can be done using this tool.

→ Download Xposed framework for 64-bit devices