Xposed Framework is a development that allows users to customize your Android device and take it to the next level by installing modules that let you modify your applications and even the operating system, and offer a whole new user experience. Its only drawback? You need superuser permissions and therefore root your mobile device.VirtualXposed: Android customization taken to the extreme
Fortunately, rovo89's is not the only development that allows you to do this. The Chinese developer Weishu has created a similar system where you don't need to have root access to your phone, allowing you to install Xposed modules, unlock the bootloader, and modify the system image, and that's it. Obviously, its functions are somewhat more limited than Xposed Framework but it is well worth trying this VirtualXposed.
With the appearance of a simple launcher, this software makes it possible to create virtual or parallel spaces where you can run the APKs of any application as if they were plugins. These modules or plugins allow you to modify the OS and the applications you clone, and remove ads from applications, download YouTube videos, gain more control over your chat messages, fake your GPS position, and much more.What modules can you install with VirtualXposed?
On the official website of the service, you can access all of them, but here are the most interesting ones:
- XInsta: a version of Instagram with more options such as downloading videos or copying comments.
- YouTube Adway: a cleaner YouTube client.
- Disable-FLAG_SECURE: a service that forces screenshots in applications that do not allow them.
- Minminguard: a module that removes advertising from apps and the spaces that may remain after removing it.
- Different modules for WeChat that add automatic replies, batch message deletion, or automatic translations to messaging.