Tag Archives: xposed mods

How to get Tablet UI on KitKat

Those of us who have been using Android for a very long time would definitely remember the tablet UI that was first introduced by Google in the Honeycomb patch. Of course, it’s been a few years and as devices have evolved, the tablet specific UI has all but vanished in recent updates thanks to Google adapting a multifunctional phablet UI. ...

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How to install Android L Theme on your device

Android L sure made quite a few headlines when it was first unveiled at the Google I/O event this year. With the developer preview already released, Nexus owners sure are having a blast enjoying the new firmware on their devices. While we don’t really have a port for the firmware on other devices yet, we do have the next best ...

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How to password protect your apps on Android

With the increasing amount of personal information that we keep on our smart phones, security is a concerning issue. Quite often, we manage to ward off potential peeping toms by the use of our screen locks and what not but let’s be honest, there are times when we just have to give our phone to some people we “trust”. Of ...

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How to control big devices with one hand

As time progresses, we are seeing bigger and bigger devices being released onto the market. While these big screened devices do bring a lot of features in terms of media applications but they do have their cons, such as the inability to store them in your jeans pockets or being able to use them with one hand, as well. Of ...

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How to hide apps from the app drawer

Quite often we manage to download apps that we don’t really plan on using all that much. These apps while only used once in a blue moon usually just clog up space in the app drawer but can’t really be deleted as there are times when we do need them. It is time like these that I personally wish that ...

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How to disable critical battery shutdown on your Android device

One of the great features of Android as we have discussed again and again is the amount of customizability it offers due to its open source nature. One prime example of this is Xposed Framework and the amount of MODs (like soft key remover or the critical battery shutdown preventing MOD) offered by the developers to customize even your stock ...

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How to get rid of the navigation bar on your Android device

There are always some features in any ROM that you’re not always a fan of, that’s why most users simply can’t seem to keep a single ROM installed in their devices for long. However, thanks to the development of the Xposed Framework, all of that has finally changed as the framework allows you to customize your favorite custom ROM even ...

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