If you are looking for a powerful phone software editing tool, we suggest that you use Xposed Framework. It is said to be the most effective and efficient framework for modifying the software of your phone. Due to its power, it seems that things are always under development. This is why many Modules tend to have alpha beta releases before they go to the mainstream.

For example, if an app is updated, it might break or remove an Xposed module that you have previously used in order to change the app’s UI or add some functionality to it. Although the module developers try to get things back to running in no time, so they release the alpha, beta versions. If you can’t wait for the final version, these versions are the best way to get your modules functionality back.

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There are number of things that you can do using the most powerful tool and because of this very reason, you will come across constant updates. These updates will help you get rid of the previous bugs, however many of these updates do have issues of their ow. Nonetheless, it is imperative to keep things updated. In order to keep users on their toes, the developers tend to release alpha and beta version.

Here alpha is also referred as the Experimental version. It is basically a version that is released as soon as some update is made, beta on the other head is a version close to the final one. It has less bugs and is more efficient. Experimental version is used by people who are not able to wait for the final version.

Change the Global Settings

The first option is the easiest, however there is one thing that you need to ensure and that is that you don’t accidentally download any pre-release modules when you don’t intent to. If this option is enabled, every module in the Xposed repository will offer test versions that are available.

To use it, head to the side navigation menu of the Xposed Installer app. Now select Settings, from there select the option ‘Versions to be shown’. Here all the versions of the modules will be displayed, if you want to be updated as soon as anything is out there choose experimental but if you want something stable, we suggest you opt for Beta version.

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Here you will be able to see the beta versions of all the pre-released versions of the modules. Just keep an eye on the badge that differentiates between the beta version and the experimental version.

Change Pre-Module Settings

In case you don’t want to enable the pre-release for the downloads on all your modules, you can even do it on per-module basis as well. In order to select this method, you first need to select the module from the Download section in the Xposed Installer app.

Now look for the Settings tab and swipe it. Then you have to tab on the versions to be shown option. Here, select the Beta provided you want to see the extra download links for the pre-release versions of this particular module. Or you can opt for the Experimental option. This means you will be able to see even the earliest versions of the modules.

Now head back to the version tab by swiping back, here if the module has any test builds available, you will be able to see the pre-release versions that were mot previously available for download. These pre-release modules will be marked either as beta or experimental and the newest versions are going to be listed at the top.  We hope this has helped, if you still face any problem do let us know, we will be more than happy to help.

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