For a new person it can be indeed confusing as Xposed files vary depending upon

1) Android version (different for Android 5.0/5.1/6.0)
2) Processor type (different for arm, arm64, x86)

There are also System & Systemless versions of xposed for Android 6.0.

This post is covering steps to Install Xposed in System Mode.
Next Post is covering steps to Install Xposed in Systemless Mode.

Using the guide, one can easily find, download and install right version of Xposed Framework and can start enjoying various xposed modules.

Prerequisite is to have rooted phone with Custom Recovery (TWRP / CWM) as well as rooted

Now there are two variants of Xposed Framework. To get more insights pls click below.

1) Official release by rovo89 which works fine for ROMs like CM, AOSP and others based on CM, AOSP etc. Unfortunately this official version doesn’t work with MIUI ROMs
2) Unofficial release by SolarWarez which is tweaked to work for MIUI devices. This works perfectly well for MIUI ROMs (including stock rom loaded on our phone as well as other custom MIUI versions like one from xiaomi.eu)

While I have linked to the original threads for the two xposed variants, it can be still confusing as there are total of 9 files (3 android versions multiplied by 3 processor types). Since our device, Redmi Note 3 (Kenzo), has 64-bit processor, hence we need to get arm64 files only.

STEP 1 – Downloading the right type of files

File No. 1: XposedInstaller_3.0-alpha4.apk from here

File No. 2: Now there is option of downloading v86 or v87

For Xposed*.zip (version 86) installation file from below depending upon ROM type

For devices running MIUI ROMs download one of the following files depending upon base android version (Lollipop / Marshmallow):

SDK21 for MIUI based on Android v5.0 (Lollipop)

SDK22 for MIUI based on Android v5.1 (Lollipop) (i’m using this one)

SDK23 for MIUI based on Android v6.0 (Marshmallow)

Do note that for MIUI ROMs build after 29th December 2016, v86 may lead to boot loops. Hence have v87 also handy

For devices running CM, AOSP or other similar Custom ROMs download one of the following files depending upon base android version (Lollipop / Marshmallow):

For Xposed*.zip (version 87) installation file from below depending upon ROM type

For devices running MIUI ROMs download one of the following files depending upon base android version (Lollipop / Marshmallow):

For devices running CM, AOSP or other similar Custom ROMs download one of the following files depending upon base android version (Lollipop / Marshmallow):

File No. 3: Xposed-uninstaller*.zip from here to uninstall the framework.

STEP 2 Installing the files

– Install Xposed Installer apk (file no. 1)
– Copy the Xposed*.zip (file no. 2) and the Xposed-uninstaller*.zip (file no. 3) to your sdcard
– Reboot to custom recovery
– Make a nandroid backup
– Flash “xposed*.zip” through custom recovery
– Reboot and wait, it may take several minutes to boot up depending on your ROM size and installed apps amount.

If phone doesn’t boot even after 5 minutes then reboot into recovery and restore by using nandroid backup or by flashing Xposed-uninstaller*.zip

That’s it… In case anything fails, pls read carefully and verify that right version of xposed*.zip file has been installed.

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