GravityBox is a name that many people know as the module that governs them all while customizing your Android device. Ask one of the longtime modding professionals, and he'll brief you on the good old times in the Xposed era. The community was booming and filled with great ideas, and there was never a shortage of fun modules to try out. Luckily, it lives on years later.
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The most important part of the setup is to install the Xposed framework. You need to download several different Magisk modules and perform some steps before you can install GravityBox on your Android 10 device. Follow the instructions below to install the EdXposed platform so you can use Xposed modules without triggering the SafetyNet flag.
Step 2: Download GravityBox for Android 10 Now you can focus on installing GravityBox Beta for Android 10. Download the app via the following link to begin the installation process.
After downloading the app, tap the "Download complete" notification to start the installation process. You may need to enable the option " Install Unknown Apps" before you can install the app at all. Once you're done, tap "Install" followed by "Done" to complete the process.
Upon completion of the installation, you should immediately receive a new notification with the note "Xposed module updated". You must restart your device for the GravityBox module to take effect. Either activate the option "Restart" in the notification or restart manually.
Step 3: Enjoy the new features
You can start after the reboot Open the GravityBox app for the first time in your app drawer, and then grant all necessary permissions. If you have never used GravityBox, you can play with the various settings! You now have plenty of old-time tweaks and tweaks – remember that this is still a beta.
You will definitely need to do some trial and error to see what works and what does not work for your device. Not to mention that you may not even know what optimizations or modifications you want to use until you research everything GravityBox has to offer. That's really all you need to know for now. Keep checking for new module updates to make things even better. Have fun!
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