The Xposed Framework is a very powerful tool which is a fact well-established thanks to the innumerous number of Xposed modules available. These modules can modify almost any Android setting or behavior that one might think of. Of course, this kind of power is only possible because of root access, which is why Xposed Framework requires a rooted device to work. And as usual, with mods involving root, comes a fair bit of risk. Starting Android Lollipop and above, Xposed Framework had to change the way it works. Because of this, now if you were to install an incompatible module your device might end up in a boot loop. Depending on the situation, you might have to disable Xposed Framework entirely to get rid of the problem. Luckily, there are a couple of ways to temporarily disable Xposed instead of entirely removing it. This, in turn, disables the incompatible module (as well as the compatible ones) thus letting your device boot up again. There are two ways to do this - use a button combination or flash an Xposed disabler zip. Whichever method you choose, you will be able to help your device out of a bootloop situation. Using a button combination is probably the easier method of the two since it does not require you to download and move stuff. The downside, however, is that this might not work on all devices. But if you're ever stuck in a bootloop due to an Xposed module, it is better to try out this method before you do anything else.
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