How to Install Xposed Framework on Android 13

One of the primary reasons why Android OS is so popular is because of the insane level of customization it offers. In addition to core Android features, smartphone OEMs pack their smartphones with an additional layer of features and customizations. If this is not enough, you can take further customize the phone by unlocking the bootloader. This is where things start to get super exciting.

How to Install Xposed Framework on Android 13

If you have ever looked for ways to customize your Android phone, you would have probably come across the term Xposed Framework. In case you don’t know what it is, the Xposed Framework is one of the easiest ways to install modded applications without having to flash them via a custom recovery. Simply install the particular module that you want to add or modify and explore the changes.

Not just tweaking the user interface or looks, you can even increase the device performance and add/modify system level functionality with Xposed Framework.

Benefits of Xposed Framework

With Xposed Framework, you can add features or functionalities that your smartphone manufacturer has not implemented in your Android phone. For example, Google has dropped support for the ability to control the cast devices’ volume using the volume keys on your phone running Android 12. But, you can bring back this feature by installing the Cast Enabler module. There are some modules also that can increase your device performance by increasing the CPU speed.


Modules are the primary advantage of using the Xposed Framework. You might have installed a new custom ROM (for eg. Pixel Experience, Havoc OS, etc.) on your phone to add new functionalities. But what if I say to you that you do not necessarily need to change the custom ROM to get new features. You can simply install the particular module using Xposed Frame to add that particular feature. You do not need to replace the existing custom ROM.


All of this sounds super exciting. Let’s now briefly look at how to install Xposed Framework on your Android 13 smartphone.

How to Install Xposed Framework


Installing modules or broadly saying tweaking system-level changes involves risk. Please proceed only if you have at least some knowledge of custom ROMs, flashing, and rooting. GetDroidTips is not responsible if anything happens to your device. With this disclaimer in mind, let’s move on to the first step.

Step 1: Take a Complete Backup of Your Phone

You might lose all data on your phone. And therefore, it is highly recommended that you take a full backup of your phone and then proceed to the next step. The best and safest way is to use Google Drive and Google Photos for storing backups. You can also use other could backup platforms like Mega, Dropbox, etc.

How to Backup Your Data on an Android device

Step 2: Root Your Android Phone

Your Android 13 phone should be rooted via Magisk to install the Xposed Framework. Use this guide, if you don’t know how to root your phone using Magisk.

What Is Magisk and How to Use It to Root Your Phone?

Step 3: Download and Install LSPosed and Riru Modules

These two modules are required to be installed on the Android device to reach the next stage. Grab the files using the download links below.

  • LSPosed Module – Download Link (GitHub)
  • Riru Module – Download Link (GitHub)

On the GitHub download page of LSPosed, you’ll see two files – one is the Zygisk version and the other one is the RIRU version. If you’ve enabled Zygisk in Magisk, download the Zygisk version, otherwise grab the RIRU build. You can go to Magisk > Settings to check if Zygisk is enabled or not.

Here’s how to install both the modules using Magisk:

  1. Open the Magisk app on your Android phone.
  2. Go to the Modules section.
  3. Click Install from storage and select the Riru module.
  4. After the module is installed, tap the Reboot button.
  5. Repeat the same steps to install the LSPosed module.

Step 4: Install LSPosed Manager App

Here’s how you can get the LSPosed Manager app:

  1. Open the LSPosed Module ZIP file that you just downloaded.
  2. Click on the manager.apk file.
  3. Tap on the Install button.

If you have never installed an app from the File Manager, you’ll have to allow the File Manager app to install applications from unknown sources.

Step 5: Install Xposed Framework Modules

We’ll use LSPosed Manager to download, enable, and disable the modules that we want.

  1. Open the LSPosed Manager app.
  2. Go to the Repository section.
  3. Select the desired module you want to install.
  4. Go to the Release tab.
  5. Click on the upload icon next to Asset.
  6. Tap on Install.
  7. After the module is installed, go to the Modules section.
  8. Tap on the Module that you just installed and enable it.

How to Disable Any Xposed Framework Module

In case you don’t want a module to run on your phone, you can disable a particular module. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Open the LSPosed Manager app.
  2. Go to the Modules section.
  3. Select the module you want to disable.
  4. Tap on the toggle to disable the module.

How to Uninstall Xposed Framework

  1. Open the Magisk app.
  2. Go to the Modules section.
  3. To disable the Xposed Framework, turn off the toggle next to Riru and LSPosed.
  4. To completely remove the Xposed Framework, click on the Remove button on Riru and LSPosed.
  5. Reboot your phone.

We hope that this detailed guide was helpful to you in installing the Xposed Framework on your Android 13 phone. Did you come across any issues or errors? Let us know your thoughts, suggestions, or doubts (if any) in the comments section below.

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