Xposed framework for Google’s latest and greatest, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now going to be available very soon as per its developer rovo89 on XDA community.
Xposed Framework provides lot of customizations and tweaks to any ROM. You only need to have root privileges to install the Xposed Framework and utilize it.Xposed Framework provides different modules which can be installed to extend the features, performance and battery life of your device.
In a statement released on XDA earlier today, the developer has detailed his progress on adding Marshmallow support to the framework, and overall things seem to be going quite well. From rovo89:
I have transferred most of my ART modifications to the 6.0 source code and the few app_process AOSP changes to my binary. It’s more difficult than 5.0 – > 5.1 (which was not much more than a fix update) as Google has refactored and reworked the code in many places. So I had to find out where the code has moved and how it works now (and sometimes, this led to cleaner modifications, which is nice).
Recompilation of odex files seems to work fine, but needs more testing. I also didn’t disable any ART optimizations yet, which will be necessary to ensure that hooked methods are actually called.
Currently there’s no estimated time that Developer have defined for the rollout of Xposed Framework. So we have to wait for the announcement too before the rollout.
Even Xposed Framework For Lollipop went live couple of months ago.
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