LSPosed Magisk Module

  • Version 1.9.2
  • File Size 2.25 MB
  • Last Updated March 26, 2024

LSPosed Magisk Module is an open-source framework that provides a way to hook into the Android Runtime (ART) for system and app modifications without modifying APKs. It's a successor to the Xposed Framework, leveraging the LSPlant hooking framework to deliver consistent APIs.

Key Features:

  • ART Hooking: Allows modules to change the behavior of the system and apps dynamically.
  • Compatibility: Supports Android versions from 8.1 to the latest.
  • Ease of Use: Changes are done in memory, making it easy to deactivate the module and revert to the original system.

Developer Information: The LSPosed project is developed by a team of contributors on GitHub. It's licensed under the GPL-3.0 license, ensuring it remains free and open for users and developers.

Usage: To use LSPosed, you need to have Magisk installed (version 24+). After installing LSPosed via the Magisk app and rebooting, you can manage modules and apply them to selected apps through the LSPosed manager.

 

 

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