How to Customize Always-On-Display with Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge! [GalaxyXMod]


Hi guys, in this tutorial, I am going to show you how to customize your Always On Display on any rooted Galaxy S7 Edge using GalaxyXMod Xpose module.

Alright first of all, you will need to have a rooted Galaxy S7 Edge with Xposed Installer/Framework installed. If you don’t know how to root, go to and root your phone first.

Second, use my Xposed Marshmallow tutorial and install Xposed Installer and Framework. Once you have it installed, you can follow the rest of the steps.

Step 1. Run Xposed Installer app on your phone and make sure Framework has been installed correctly.


Step 2. Next, Go to, click on GalaxyXMod APK, then scroll down and find the link to the download link. Once on download page, scroll all the way down to “Download Here” then wait 5 seconds to download the file. Click on the download link to download the APK file.


Step 3. Once downloaded, use ES File Explorer to open the APK file and install. You may have to check “Unknown Sources” ON in Settings if you haven’t yet.



Step 4. Once installed, reboot your phone.


Step 5. Once rebooted, Open up Xposed Installer, tap on “Modules”, then activate the new GalaxyXMod and reboot again.



Step 6. After rebooting, you can now fully use GalaxyXMod. Launch the app and you will be able to replace the Always-On-Display date text to something you like such as “HighOnAndroid”. Turn the screen off and boomshakalaka! You got your own custom text on your Always-On-Display. Now, GalaxyXMod also allows you to customize missed messaged apps up to two custom apps. For example, if you want Always-On-Display to notify you of new e-mails and twitter notifications, you can do it right here. For G-Mail, you can even set the type of inbox to get notifications from. I hear users of WhatsApp really like this feature to replace regular messaging with WhatsApp.

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1 Response

  1. James says:

    I rooted my sprint s7, now what can I do with it….I can’t install custom recovery so I can t install ROMs ….is there anything cool I can do…I been rooting for along time but can you reccommmend some apps maybe to change my phone , I don’t think I can install xposed installer….