We previously covered an extensive guide that made it possible for a lot of people to run Xposed on LG G4 that was running Marshmallow. That method included flashing deodexed system apps in order to prevent from bootloading. LG recently released V20D and that method doesn’t work properly because the original developer couldn’t come up with newer version of the deodexed zips.
Luckily, we have a method for you that will help you get Xposed running on LG G4 that has Marshmallow installed, no matter the version you are using. If you are willing to have fully working Xposed on your LG G4 running Marshmallow, this guide is for you. Check out the simple steps below.
Install Xposed on LG G4 Running Marshmallow
- Reboot your phone by using the Quick Reboot app from the Play Store.
- Once you are in the recovery, simply tap on Install.
- Scroll down and choose the zip you downloaded earlier.
- Swipe to install.
- Once installed, reboot your phone.
Note: If you are running the system-less SuperSu, do not install SuperSu if the recovery prompts you to.
That is it, you have successfully installed Xposed on your LG G4 running Marshmallow, do keep in mind that the first boot will take its time as all of the installed apps will go through optimisations. In case you face any issues, feel free to let us know.