Exposed Installer is an application that you use to mode your rooted phone. Think of it as a game where you can download additional patches to improve the experience. Exposed provides these “modes” to adjust the software on your phone. Custom ROMs like CyanogenMod can also provide additional features and tweets. Exposed uses your existing software and 09` software adds what you already have instead of replacing your software completely.
The original exposed framework is something that changes the internal system. These ‘modes’ allow injection into the operating system. As you are experimenting with the basic and internal functions of Android, so be careful. In rare cases, installing a package from the repository may be incompatible with your phone model. Most of the time, nothing happens but there is a possibility of a boot loop.
Do not overuse the exposed installer
Excessive use of Exposed Installer and additional optimization of your phone may slow it down. Depending on your device, your exposure installer may have access to a wide range of tweets. There are 2 types of tweaks which are visual tweets and internal tweets. Most visual tweets are designed for Nexus models and Google Play version phones. Visual modes often combine colors, layouts, and themes.
Internal tweets are usually device-specific but they often provide more universal device support. One of the best examples of internal tweets is SNAPPRFS. When used for Snapchat, this extension allows you to perform actions that the application does not support. You can take screenshots of the photos you received without the other person knowing and even save them automatically. Try using more route optimization and monitoring SetCPU For root phone.