Xposed framework for Marshmallow is here for Download and Install. full guide to install xposed framework for Marshmallow is given below. We all know that XDA already released xposed framework for Marshmallow 6.0 to download. Now its available so we can install it and use xposed framework for Marshmallow. We already covers how to install Xposed framework on Android lollipop so this time we will see how to install Xposed framework for Marshmallow. Ya thats true there are limited Android Marshmallow device but those who have wants xposed framework so here it is
Android is known for its extensive customization potential but unless you have a rooted device, you can only customize it using widgets and different home screen launcher apps. Rooting your device further expands the potential, giving you the ability to run apps that modify the core of the OS and do things not otherwise possible on it. Unlocking the bootloader and flashing a custom recovery takes you to a whole next level, allowing you to install custom mods and even full ROMs that can drastically change your user experience. However, with flashing custom mods or ROMs, you give up the stability, simplicity & reliability of pure vanilla Android. Wouldn’t it be great if only rooting would allow you to get the features that are otherwise available only via mods and custom ROMs? Xposed framework for Marshmallow is a groundbreaking development that lets you do just that. It’s easy to install and configure, and already has a plethora of modules available that bring functionality to your device that otherwise requires flashing a custom ROM or mod from recovery. Read on to learn more about this amazing framework, complete with installation and usage instructions.
Xposed installer for android marshmallow 6.0 is released can available for download.You can follow the links on How to install Xposed framework in Android marshmallow 6.0 (Cm13) in many devices like Nexus,Motorola,sony,Xiamoi,HTC etc.
Update : xposed-v78
– It seems to boot loop on Samsung stock ROMs! Update: Samsung has changed quite a few things in their version of ART. It will take more time to adjust Xposed for it.
How to Install Xposed Framework on Android Marshmallow
step 0 : Backup your android using Custom Recovery
Step 1: Find Your Device’s CPU Architecture
There are three different versions of the Xposed Framework for Marshmallow devices, and each is designed for a specific CPU architecture. It can be fairly difficult to find your device’s CPU architecture, so if you don’t know this information off the top of your head, I’d suggest that you download a free app called Hardware Info.
Once you’ve installed Hardware Info, simply open the app and tap the “Processor” entry. From here, look for one of three CPU architecture types—ARMv7, ARM64, or x86. The exact location of these CPU architecture names will vary, but you should see one of the three somewhere under the Processor category.
 Nexus 6P (ARM64 CPU architecture),  Nexus 5 (ARMv7 CPU architecture)
Step 2: Download the Right Files for Your Device
Now that you know your device’s CPU architecture, you can download the corresponding version of the Xposed Framework. You’ll also need to download the Xposed Installer app to browse and install modules, but that’s the same file for all Marshmallow devices.
So to begin, tap one of the following links from your Marshmallow device:
- Xposed Framework for ARMv7 Marshmallow devices
- Xposed Framework for ARM64 Marshmallow devices
- Xposed Framework for x86 Marshmallow devices
Then, grab the Xposed Installer app as well, which is the same file for all Marshmallow devices:
Step 3: Install the Xposed Framework in Custom Recovery
Once you’ve downloaded both Xposed files, the next thing you’ll need to do is boot your device into custom recovery. For most phones, simply start from a powered off state, then press and hold the volume down and power buttons simultaneously. When Android’s bootloader menu comes up, press the volume down button twice to highlight “Recovery mode,” then press the power button to select it.
Then, of course, since you’ll be flashing a ZIP, make sure you have a recent NANDroid backup on standby. If you haven’t made a full system backup before, see Tip #2 in this guide for instructions.
At this point, if you’re using TWRP recovery, simply tap the “Install” button to begin. From here, navigate to your device’s Download folder, then select the xposed-v78-sdk23-xxx.zip file.
Next, swipe the slider at the bottom of the screen to install the Xposed Framework. When that process is finished, tap “Reboot System.” It will take longer than normal for your phone to boot back up, so be ready to wait 10-20 minutes before moving on to the next step.
Step 4: Install the Xposed Installer App
When your device finishes booting back up, tap the “Download complete” notification for the XposedInstaller_3.0_alpha4.apk file, or launch the APK with a file browser app. From here, press “Install,” then open the app when that’s finished.
At this point, you’ll be all set and ready to install some modules, so head to the Download section in the Xposed Installer app to get started. Keep in mind, though, that many modules still need to be updated to support Marshmallow, but as a rule of thumb, modules that only affect apps should already be working.
Here is full list of working Xposed Modules for Marshmallow check it out !
Also, make sure you’re running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or later, or else Xposed will not work. Lastly, as we mentioned before, your device needs to be rooted for Xposed to work. You can find rooting instructions for several devices at our Android rooting guide. In case we’ve missed out on your device, you should be able to find rooting instructions at XDA or with a quick Google search.