Gravity Box for Lollipop released

gravity boxGood news for the Lollipop users that Gravity Box the most popular Xposed module has made its giant step towards the latest Android version 5.0 with lots of customization options like pie control, lock screen tweaks etc. Being in the early stage some of the Gravity Box features may not seems to work but no need to worry this problem will be soon fixed by future updates.NOTE- DO NOT USE ON MOTO X 2014. IT DOES NOT WORK AND  CAUSES BOOTLOOP.

Features of Gravity box[LP] includes-
-LED Setting
-Notification bar tweaks
-Pie Controls
-Navigation Bar Tweaks
-Lock screen Tweaks
-Screen Recorder
-Advanced Power Menu and many more

Features missing
-Lockscreen wallpaper
-Quick settings management
-No ring targets in lock screen
-Brightness control on lock screen does not work
-Missing Volume Panel Feature

Lets take a quick recap on what was Gravity Box and its features,


gravity box

Talking in depth Gravity box is an xposed module for MTK which provide lots of customization options to stock ROM users making yours device customized in your own way. It is recommended not to use Gravity Box with custom roms because most of the features are already present in Custom ROMS which may cause performance issues.

Talking about the main features here goes the list:-
-Display Tweaks
-Dialer Tweaks
-Screen Recording
-Display Tweaks
-Notification Bar Tweaks
-Pie Controls
-Power Tweak
-Tile Management
-Lock screen Tweaks
-Media Tweaks
-Expanded Desktop
-Ascending Ringtone
-Advanced Power Option
-Smart Radio
-Disable LED while battery low or while charging
-Status bar icons (changing colors)
-Volume key cursor control
-Google Launcher tweaks
-Center clock
-Battery indicator style
-Clearing all recent tasks by single button
-Low battery warning policy
-Capacitive buttons backlit
and much much more.

The Premium Version of Gravity Box includes-

-Backup and Restore of Gravity Box settings
-Ultimate Notification Control

For more upcoming news and updates stay tuned.

Shravan Das

A Tech Geek who loves to write about Blogging, How-To's and topics around Android platform. He founded techulk with a sole purpose for providing visitors the exact information they need with simple and step by step working explanations.

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