1.8.3 Changelog - Fix module not working normally on Android 10 - Refine notification on module installation - Fix hook may not work on debuggable apps/modules - Fix XSharedPreference after a soft reboot - Support Android 13 beta 1 - Fix zygisk installation on x86 only devices - Fix manager state restoration
(For developers only) LSPlant is open-sourced and uploaded to maven!! We have extracted our Android Runtime (ART) hook framework into a single, open-sourced library LSPlant (like Sandhook, YAHFA, Epic, and Pine). Integrating this library into your APP, you can hook Java methods dynamically for performance benchmark or so. You can also implement your Xposed Framework using this library (LSPosed is a combination of LSPlant, Xposed API and Zygote injection like Riru and Zygisk). We will refactor LSPosed to LSPlant-based to implement our non-root framework LSPatch more easily. LSPlant supports arm, arm64, x86, and x86_64 from Android 6.0 up to 13 DP1 in LGPL license, allowing you to freely dynamic-link it to your closed source project.
There are also some libraries in our maven group to help your Android development: e.g., AndroidHiddenApiBypass: a pure Java library to bypass Android API restriction, working on Android 9.0 up to Android 13 DP1.