This development, which allows you to get a much more advanced use of Android phones and tablets, an example is this functionality that we show in Android Help, it needs terminals rooted (unprotected) to get the most out of it. The fact is that the difficulties to be able to use Xposed Framework with the ART virtual machine in Lollipop -which is one of the changes of this development with respect to the previous ones, which used Dalvik- have been overcome.
Announcement of the “Alpha” version
The announcement of this arrival has been made in the forum XDA Developers through a message from the user rovo89 and has some conditions that are important to know. The first is that it is an initial version that can cause certain stability problems that are corrected little by little. In addition, it is important to know that Xposed Framework support for Android 5.0 is limited for now, since it can only be used with devices with ARMv7-compatible processors (That is, no models with Intel SoCs or those that offer compatibility with 64-bit architecture -ARMv8-).
In addition, and as we have commented, the user himself indicates all the modules for Xposed Framework are working for the moment, although in his tests he has been able to execute the vast majority and that app stability is pretty good (although not perfect). But, the case is that all the steps are being taken so that in a short time there will be a suitable final version.
Xposed Framework Download
Here are the links to the files necessary to install this new version of the development that is compatible with Android Lollipop and, by extension, with the ART virtual machine:
To proceed with the installation of these three files on phones and tablets, it is necessary to use a “Custom Recovery” and, because it is something that it is out of the ordinaryCarrying out the necessary steps is the sole responsibility of the user and it is advisable to have certain knowledge -or be with someone who has it-.
Source: XDA Developers