Installing Xposed Framework on Verizon Droid Turbo is possible, manually

A new root method for Verizon Droid Mofo called Turbo was unveiled last month, though it’s not easy and free method, but there are still many people who are willing to spend $ 20 per device to be able to use this utility. But it seems that Mofo is worth the money, since rooted devices can now use Xposed and its modules. As we know Xposed Framework for Droid Turbo is one of the reasons why many people want their phone to be rooted.


Xposed is a framework for a module that could alter the behavior of the systems the app without modifying the app, and the main requirement to utilize it is root privileges. However, the regular installer can only work on devices running Android 4.0.3 (Jelly Bean) to Android 4.4.4 (Kit Kat), but when you’ve Android 5.0.x devices, installation involve a custom recovery to flash the framework.

Unfortunately, installing Xposed on Droid Turbo is not easy at the moment, when you make an attempt to install the regular installer apk directly, it will not install, most likely because the system partition write protection is still enabled though it rooted. We have to install it manually, by following some steps plus flash a pre-rooted image files.

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Xposed installation procedure for the Verizon Droid Turbo might be quite complicated for common users, but not too difficult for the geek users, since there’s no too technical procedure. If you are interested you need to provide $20 to purchase Mofo, xposed apk installer, a pre-rooted image and terminal emulator app.

You can directly follow a guide by Ekkoria from



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  1. Archer
    January 6, 2017 at 2:11 AMReply

    I have an unlocked Moto Droid Turbo that is under the Verizon production line. I know I can force stop, disable, and clear the cache the Verizon bloatware (including Verizon login etc.) but that doesn’t get rid of it and it still sits deep in my phone taking up space I could use for something actually “useful”. Is there anyway to do that without rooting the phone?

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