A simple app to use Xposed without root, unlock the bootloader or modify system image, etc.
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VirtualXposed is a simple App based on VirtualApp and epic that allows you to use an Xposed Module without needing to root, unlock the bootloader, or flash a custom system image. (Supports Android 5.0~10.0)
The only two restriction of VirtualXposed are:
Usage for Commercial Purposes are not allowed!!! Please refer to VirtualApp's declaration.
Download the latest APK from the release page, and install it on your Android device.
Open VirtualXposed, Click on the Drawer Button at the bottom of home page(Or long click the screen), add your desired APP and Xposed Module to VirtualXposed's virtual environment.
Note: All operations（installation of Xposed Module, APP）must be done in VirtualXposed, otherwise the Xposed Module installed won't take effect. For example, if you install the YouTube app on your system (Your phone's original system, not in VirtualXposed), and then install YouTube AdAway (A YouTube Xposed Module) in VirtualXposed; or you install YouTube in VirtualXposed, and install YouTube AdAway on original system; or both of them are installed on original system, neither of these three cases will work!
There are three ways to install an APP or Xposed Module to VirtualXposed:
For Xposed Module, You can install it from Xposed Installer, too.
Open Xposed Installer in VirtualXposed, go to the module fragment, check the module you want to use:
You only need to reboot VirtualXposed, There's no need to reboot your phone; Just click Settings in home page of VirtualXposed, click
Rebootbutton, and VirtualXposed will reboot in a blink.
Almost all modules except system-relevant are supported, please try it by yourself :)
VirtualXposed also supports GameGuardian, you should use the separate version for GameGuardian.(Download it in release page).
VirusTotal might report VirtualXposed as a malware, it is stupid, you can refer to my explanation.
And obviously, VirtualXposed is open source, so you can refer to the source code. I am sure that it is safe to use.
If you still couldn't believe in me, you can install version 0.8.7; VirusTotal reports this version as safe.
Contributions to VirtualXposed are always welcomed!!