How to Install Xposed on Marshmallow Android 6.0/6.0.1!

If you want to install Xposed modules to get cool stuff like Pokemon Go hacks, you will need to install Xposed installer and framework on Android 6.0/6.0.1 Marshmallow.  For Android 5.0, 5.1, and 5.1.1, see How to Install Xposed on Lollipop instead.

Before beginning, you will need a rooted Android device.

For non-Samsung phones, you will also need to be running a deodexed stock ROM or a deodexed custom ROM.  (99% of custom ROMs are deodexed so you should be good to go if that is the case.)

For Samsung smartphones running TouchWiz, you can install it on odexed stock ROM or deodexed custom ROM.

Step 1. Go to our Xposed for Marshmallow Android 6.0/6.0.1 page and download the Xposed APK file along with the correct framework files for your model of Android.  Also download uninstaller just in case you need to uninstall it.


Step 2. Use a file explorer app like ES File Explorer to install the Xposed APK file.  You may have to check “Unknown Sources” ON in settings to install the file.

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After installing, if you open the Xposed Installer app you will see that Framework still needs to be installed.



Step 3. Reboot into TWRP or CWM recovery and install the framework zip file you downloaded earlier.




Step 4. Once installed, reboot.



Step 5.  Once rebooted, you should see that Xposed installer and framework have both been installed correctly.  If you end up in a bootloop, you may have used the wrong files.  Reboot into TWRP or CWM recovery and install the uninstaller zip file to recover and double-check you have the correct files.




23 Responses

  1. Mageshwaran Sankaran says:

    Hi i’m using moto G 1st gen mobile phone . i have tried all the ROM which you gave above , noon of these not suitable for me. suggest me any one .

  2. CJ says:

    For step 3, the .zip file isnt showing up for some reason. Can you help me?

  3. James says:

    When I try to reboot on step three says something about its not rooted properly and I might have blocked shell commands no idea what that it

  4. Fabian says:

    I Followed your Guide step by step. But once I installed the packed on my galaxy note 4 (Amr pack) the device doesn’t start anymore…it stay on the Samsung logo and the led light change the color from blu to bright blue.. nothing other heppens. What can I do?

  5. Alexis says:

    help when i was trying to download the xposed apk on my phone i got a ngix error what do i do please help me

  6. Rizky says:

    Man why you not screan shot

  7. Johnny says:

    So if i get it correctly, i just need root and TWRP on my Galaxy S6 to install the framework? I have still a stock rom. Or do i need to change something?
    Thanks for your help 🙂

  8. CY Lau says:

    Maybe adding that the first time you reboot after installing the “Xposed” zip will take longer than usual. Some people will hit the panic attack like me. LOL!

    By the way, great guide tho.

  9. Zerihunmark says:

    Please Make android new version download fast and easy

  10. Justin says:

    can i install in android version kitkat 4.4.2?

  11. Florian Porwich says:

    Can you help me how can I root my s6 edge?
    Because I want to hack pokemon go
    Thx for your help

  12. Jose says:

    You didn’t mention that this is for Exynos only because we need a custom recovery!

  13. shaz says:

    ok i cant do it fro my s7.

  14. Wendel says:

    Hey max can. We install the exynos TWRP of S7 edge on USA models of S7 edge

  15. noor says:

    thanks for the nice sharing 🙂

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