I'm using a Karbonn A52+ running rooted Android 4.2.2 (stock), and haven't installed any custom recovery or ROMs. Can I run the GravityBox with Xposed framework on my device? I've heard rumors that Xposed framework works on devices running Android version above 4.4. So I don't want to take the risk of installing it on my device.

  • You need at least root access in order to install the Xposed Framework. I doubt your stock ROM is rooted. Only devices running Android > 5 need to install the framework through a custom recovery.
    – GiantTree
    Aug 2, 2015 at 11:30
  • my phone has root access
    – Tanmay Vij
    Aug 2, 2015 at 14:02

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Xposed framework is designed to work on all Jelly Bean devices and up. All you need to do is rooting the phone first. Similarly Gravity Box. There are 3 different variants like JB, KK, L which we know in Xposed modules store. In your case use Gravity Box (JB) with latest xposed framework. A quick tutorial for future readers - Install Xposed installer > Install Xposed framework from within the app > Search for Gravity Box module and install it > Activate and reboot. That's it. Gravity Box is also available in Play Store.


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