Xposed have 3 different versions: arm, arm64 and x86
Which one should I use for Nexus 5X?
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The LG Nexus 5X is the first device with Android 6.0(.1) so it's running SDK23.
X86 is only for x86 processors, which except for the ASUS Zenfone, no one is using.
ARM is for usual 32-bit ARM processors (and 32-bit ROMs). This was the standard about 1/2 to 1 year ago.
ARM64 is the newest generation of 64-bit ARM processors and ROMs supporting this architecture. I suspect your phone is 64-bit capable (at least the processor is).
If you have custom ROM please define it. And if you are using stock ROM you probably have ARM. Or just download cpu-z from play store and find it there.
Hope that was helpful, Nik
Go ARM, not ARM32, so far all the Armv8 phones I have use 32 boot loaders, 32 bit Roms, and etc, a lot of them dont even have the memory to utilize 64, I believe Armv8 is more of a performance tweak, with a future capability to go 64. I could be wrong, but you KNOW Armv7 software will definitely work.