xposed module for Android 6.0 Marshmallow can be installed via the Google Play Store.
The module allows users to check and monitor all the apps installed on their device, including Google’s apps, Google’s Play Store, and third-party applications that use the same or similar APIs.
While this module is still in beta and requires users to manually install it, it can be useful for keeping an eye on what’s going on with your device.
To install this module, simply launch the xposed launcher and tap on the module icon at the bottom of the home screen.
The xposed package will open.
Select Install from the menu.
A screen with instructions on how to install the module will appear.
If the installation fails, click on the “Reset” button at the top of the screen.
A confirmation dialog will appear asking you to confirm the installation.
If you do not accept the install, the module is now in the process of installing.
Tap on the app you wish to install to see it installed.
If it works, tap on “Continue” to begin the installation process.
xposed modules for Android version 6.1 or higher, like the ones mentioned above, require Android SDK to be installed.
However, the xperf-toolkit for the Android platform, which is required for the installation of the modules, is included in the APKs of the apps.
You can check out a list of all the Android-based modules by clicking on the name of the module.
Once you install a module, it will be downloaded to your device and installed automatically, regardless of whether the app is installed from the Google Store or not.
The modules are also available in the Google Cloud Storage.
If there are any problems with the module, you can contact the developer of the app or Google Play for support.