xposed is an Android mod that allows you to install third-party apps, add custom widgets and more.
The first thing I wanted to do when I got the phone was install the Xiaomi Mi 5 app.
It had a few issues and I had to install it manually through the app, but it seemed to work perfectly.
I installed the app to see what the XDA app review section would look like.
You can find it in the Downloads section, right next to the Xcode apps section.
What you get: The Xiaomi Mi Notebook 5 is a great phone with a decent display, good battery life, and the best camera in the world.
Its a really nice phone, but if you have the Xcom Launcher installed, it wont work.
If you have Xposed installed, you can install the Xmodem app to turn off the X-com launcher and it wont take effect.
Once you install it, the Xiaomi Notebook will be ready to use.
To install Xposed, go to Xposed.com and click the download button.
Tap the Install button and choose Xposed Installer.
After a few seconds, Xposed will ask you if you want to reboot the phone and you can confirm the installation by clicking Yes.
Xposed should take a while to install, so make sure you reboot before it finishes.
Now that the phone is in the XCM Launcher, open the XModem Launcher and launch the app.
It should be ready.