Launchers – The Reason Why Android Is Awesome One of the good features about Android is its capability to be fully customized by the user so it fits him and his needs. Every time I am asked about Android’s advantage compared to the other mobile OS, I illustrate my answer with this example: If you take […]
Custom ROMs are unofficial firmwares, often made by independent developers trying to get the most out of their Android devices. LineageOS (formerly CyanogenMod), Paranoid Android, ResurrectionRemix are few examples. These firmwares aren’t developed nor maintained by the manufacturer. But.. why? There are many reasons why someone would install a custom ROM: You can update your […]
Days after the release of Xposed framework for Android Nougat, the number one module GravityBox is updated to support the new version.
What is GravityBox?
It’s a module that offers custom ROMs’ features on any device. In other words, it can tweak almost anything in the system. It gives users a lot of options to customize their devices (up to 100 options). Like many custom ROMs, you can modify many parts of the system such as the status bar, the notifications panel, navigation bar, pie, lockscreen, etc. But, that is in a very light and modular format. Which gives the user the ability to install or uninstall at any moment.
To download it on your Android N device, head on over to the official repository.
No one can deny that stock ROMs sometimes offer feature that we miss in custom ROMs. And for everyone switching from stock Xperia, I bet Stamina mode is one of these features. Luckily, Power Nap for Xposed brings this feature to every phone running Android +4.1. Of course, you need to have root privileges in […]
After a long year of waiting, Xposed v88 is finally released supporting the versions 7.0/7.1 of the operation system. This is big news for people who want to stay on stock ROMs and have the features of custom ones and for the customization enthusiasts in general. What is Xposed? It’s a framework that integrates into your […]