Step 4. Then reboot into your TWRP or CWM custom recovery and make a backup ROM. There is a small chance that installing the Framework SDK will soft brick your phone so make a backup ROM just in case.
If your backup is too big, then use an OTG cable with a USB flash drive OR you can also have your original ROM file handy so you can install over it if you end up in a bootloop (which will also recover your phone without loss of data).
Step 5. Simply install the Xposed Framework SDK file and reboot. Then cross your fingers and hope that it boots.
Step 6. If your phone booted, congratulations! You’ve successfully installed Xposed Installer (along with Framework) on your Android device. You can now install your Xposed Modules(apps) and use them like you did with KitKat.
When you open the Xposed Installer app, you should see that you have Framework installed under the Framework menu as shown below.
Credits – Want to thank the guys who made this possible? Don’t forget to donate to XDA user Rovo89, creator of Xposed Installer, donate to XDA user Arter97 who made Xposed possible for Samsung devices on Lollipop, and donate to XDA user ROMRacer, who made Xposed possible for Android 5.1/5.1.1.
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