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.
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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.
Manual Camera is a beautiful new camera app for Android Lollipop. With a great-looking interface, full manual controls and superfast performance it is a must-have for all serious Android photographers.
You can still get Flash on Lollipop, KitKat and Jelly Bean devices. We'll show you the apps you need to get it running on phones like the Samsung Galaxy, Moto G or HTC One with as little effort as possible.
The Guest mode and user accounts fetaures in Android Lollipop mean you can lend your phone to someone while keeping all your data private. Read on to find more about one of the best new features in Android 5.0.
Screen pinning is a feature in Android Lollipop that enables you to protect your privacy and security by restricting which apps people can use when you lend them your phone. Click through to find out how to use it.
Our test of shooting RAW and using manual controls on the Nexus 5 show how every Android phone running Lollipop is set for a major camera upgrade. Read on for the full details.
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.