One of the best features that comes from owning an Android smartphones is the shear amount of customizability the OS has to offer. You can change almost anything from the kernel that commands your phone to the littlest bit of detail in your firmware just to make your phone more fun and personal.
One of the best ways to customize your Android smartphone doesn’t really come from a custom ROM but by installing Xposed Framework on your device and just tweaking away at the things you want to change. This is why, we here at Android Junkies often love to bring you the newest Xposed mods that appear, so you can achieve that personal look you always craved. Keeping in touch with that tradition, today we are more than estatic to bring you the latest MOD from GalaxyInABox (XDA Developers Senior Member) that allows you to change any or all icons on your Android OS.
Now, I know that this isn’t something unique as you could already do that with any ROM by decompiling it and doing a whole lot of other technical stuff but with this MOD it’s fairly simple and less time consuming. So if you’re interested, just follow our simple guide below to get started.
Disclaimer: We take no responsibility for any damages that might occur to your device either during or after the process.
Prerequisites: You will need a rooted device along with Xposed Framework (check this comprehensive guide that we have over here if you have any questions on how to install Xposed Framework).
- Download the ad remover module from here
- Install the module like any other apk you may download from the internet after copying it into your phone.
- Launch the Xposed Installer and go to the “Modules” section to enable the installed module by checking the checkbox, change whatever icons you want
- Reboot your phone for the desired Mod to be activated.