Xposed framework and its modules have been among the greatest innovation of the Android community in recent times. The framework when coupled with modules can bring nearly all the features that we see in a custom ROM nowadays to any Android device with root access.
Xposed framework is one of the most innovative feature to come out from the Android development community in recent times. For the unknown, Xposed is a framework for modules to change the behavior of certain apps or features on your phone. It is a great way to get the customizability of custom ROMs on your Android device, without the need to flash any custom ROM.
The G2 is LG’s current flagship Android phone. It was announced in August and went on sale earlier this week at AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile. It’s been a little over a day, and both the AT&T and the Verizon version of the handset have been rooted. The root was worked out by djkineticover over at xda-developers .
A couple of days ago, we reported that temporary root has been achieved on the Verizon Moto X. Today, the developer has released his full work to the public, which allows Moto X, Droid Ultra, Mini and Maxx handsets on Verizon, AT&T and Sprint network to be rooted easily.
Yesterday, the Google Play edition of the Galaxy S4 and the HTC One started receiving the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update from their respective OEMs. While Android 4.3 is still known as Jelly Bean, it brings about some major under the hood improvements for better performance and battery life. You can read our What’s new in Android 4.3 Jelly bean post to find out more.
If you own a Galaxy S4 (I9505) variant, you can also flash the stock Android 4.3 ROM on your handset without any issues, provided you are rooted and have a custom recovery installed.
The HTC One has undoubtedly been the most popular Android smartphone released in the first half of 2013. With HTC recently rolling out the Android 4.2.2 update for the One, that adds some nice new features and enhancements, the One is an even better buy right now than before.
If you are looking to root your One, running either Android 4.1.2 or Android 4.2.2, there is no need to look further. Below, we have a very simple guide on how to root the different variants of the HTC One without much of a hassle.