VirtualXposed APK 0.19.0 Download Latest Version in 2020 [Official]
Are you searching for the VirtualXposed APK to run Limited Xposed Framework on Non-Rooted Devices?
If yes, then you don’t need to bother about the download Official version. It is one of the Official Page lets you download VirtualXposed APK on your device.
Basically, Xposed Framework is some kind of platform that helps you to customise the android appearance and functionalities with the help of Modules.
So, users are likely to modify their system-wide things and all with this framework. There are tons of things you can do with this one by enabling the modules of the particular aspect.
Within a short period, xposed got a good response and added into an XDA Native APP development section because of its most powerful way of customising Android OS.
And still some modules are developing according to the user requirements. The sad thing is the creator Rovo89 has paused this development. I hope it will be starting soon.
Meanwhile, A new development has started by China Developer Weishu and named it VirtualXposed, which is similar to to the Rovo89’s one. But, the thing is it cannot perform that much as Xposed Framework because it doesn’t require root access.
I have been using this VirtualXposed for a while mainly for the Blocking Ads on YouTube APP. And again want you to let you know that this doesn’t work as like the Rovo89’s one at all.
Even though it didn’t support the major modules and theming section, still it has 1 Million Users worldwide and mostly from China.
This is the completely Rootless solution for the Xposed Framework, but it is limited. In future, there is a possibility to upgrade this app to at least 50% functionalities of Xposed.
Currently, basic Xposed Modules are working with the VirtualXposed, which only deals without system part. The root is mandatory to deal with the system things. So, it cannot.
Table of Contents
Backup and prepare
Before you deploy the Xposed Framework on your phone or tablet, there’s some housekeeping to be done. Since there is always a risk in making root-level changes, you want to make sure there are no important files that exist on the device and nowhere else. Just upload them to a cloud storage service or transfer them to a computer.
Even though Xposed carries less risk than flashing ROMs, it’s a good idea to do a full system backup. Since this is a root operation, you probably already have a custom recovery sitting on your device—most rooting methods require this. Before installing Xposed, make a system image backup.
Before monkeying around with Xposed Framework, you’ll want to back up your phone.
Common rooting tools TWRP and ClockworkMod have a top-level menus for backups, so just accept the defaults and let the recovery do its thing. This process takes five or ten minutes and the resulting file can be quite large, depending on how much system data you have. You’ll want to keep the backup on the device at least until Xposed is up and running, so it’s easier to restore if something goes haywire. Better safe than sorry, right?
Once you’ve covered your rear end, grab the Xposed installer from the official site. Xposed isn’t hosted in Google Play, so you need to enable Unknown Sources in the Security settings. Just save the APK for Xposed to your phone’s internal storage.
Installing Xposed modules
When your device has restarted launch Xposed again.To find modules tap the Download button.
The Download screen is split into three sections. Framework shows the details for the Xposed Installer app, and you will be able to download updates from here.
Installed shows the modules you currently have, and again you will download updates to them from here.
Not Installed shows all other Xposed modules. Scroll through the list, or perform a search if you know what you’re looking for (you can also search for a specific device or manufacturer name). When you find a module you like the look of tap it to find out more information, as well as compatibility.
To install a module swipe to the Versions tab and tap the Download button. When it has finished downloading the Android installer screen will open. Tap Install to finish.
You must reboot your phone before the module can be used. Pull down the notification shade and you’ll see a notification telling you that the module has been installed but activated. Tap Activate and reboot.
After that, you’re all set up and ready to go. From now on, you can simply download any APK installer file directly to your Android device, then tap the Download complete notification to launch it. From there, press the «Install» button on the following screen, and within seconds, your sideloaded app will be ready to use.
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