The Xposed Framework is now compatible with Lollipop! It's only available in an alpha version so far, and installing it can be difficult. In this guide we'll show you how to get Xposed on your Android 5.1 device safely.
The Xposed Framework is now available for Lollipop devices. Read on for all the news on how you can start hacking and modding your Nexus or other Android 5.0 smartphone.
Get some of the best GravityBox tweaks on your Lollipop device without needing GravityBox or the Xposed Framework. Here's our best apps and workarounds for modding your phone.
Discover how to upgrade your phone by flashing a custom ROM, flashing a factory image or by flashing an over the air zip download on a Nexus, Sony, HTC, Samsung or other Android device.
Upgrade your phone to Android Lollipop with a custom ROM. We take a look at some of the devices and ROMs that will be getting the sweet taste of Lollipop soon.
Gravitybox is the best Xposed module and the easiest way to tweak your phone. Here's our ten best hacks from Gravitybox that require no expert knowledge at all.
The Xposed Framework is not yet compatible with Android Lollipop and may not be for many months, its developer has said. Read on for the full details.
Xposed can cause problems when trying to flash an OTA update. Here's how to disable Xposed and unroot in order for your updates to work.