Do you enjoy snoozing in the morning as much as i do? Hate how you always have to look at your phone to determine if you can snooze one more time or not?
This tweak tells you the time, everytime you snooze your alarm. Actually, it can tell you about anything.
You can set your own text and use a variety of variables. (Currently there are only a few. More might follow, if people like this tweak - for example unread mail count, weather, etc.)

This works with the standard AOSP Clock/Alarm App
(Package: com.google.android.deskclock | com.android.deskclock)

Author(s): MythosXe

Support/Discussion URL: http://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/modules/mod-alarm-clock-plus-t2783894/

Package: com.chrisxe.xposed.alarmtelltime

Version name: 2.0.1

Release type: Stable (low risk of bugs)

Download: com.chrisxe.xposed.alarmtelltime_v8_ee113c.apk (264.85 KB)

Having recently bought a Google Nexus 10 for the rather respectable (for Google's pockets) sum of £320, I was somewhat dismayed they seem to think that you shouldn't be able to watch YouTube in fullscreen, if you are connected to HDMI.

Needless to say, this doesn't seem reasonable to me - the YouTube app can stream at insanely high qualities for a reason - to fill my 1080p screen with this video, minus their comment feeds and associated crap around the video.

As such, I present this modification, which re-enables the ability to use YouTube in full screen mode, without pandering to Google's arbitrary restriction.

This functionality was possible before a recent app update, to version 4.2 of YouTube. While you could roll back or revert, that's not a long-term solution. So it's time to give you back the choice that was removed from you... Hit Download and give it a shot!

This is for YouTube version 4.2 and above (tested on 4.2.16)

Author(s): pulser_g2

Package: uk.co.villainrom.pulser.youtubeallowfullscreenhdmi

Version name: 1.0

Download: uk.co.villainrom.pulser.youtubeallowfullscreenhdmi_v1_430999.apk (185.6 KB)

Run only the apps you want at system start.

Installation: Install this module, enable it in Xposed Installer, reboot device.
Usage: Open this app and select the apps that should not start at system boot. Done.

With this app modul you could prevent selected apps of running on system startup. Only apps with the permission BOOT_COMPLETED are shown in the list. System apps are marked with an exclamation mark. To restrict system apps you have to donate.

No self-promotion in the app.
System apps could also be selected
You support this app and further development!

This app does not connect itself to any websites or hosts!

Website: http://apk.defim.de

Author(s): defim

Support/Discussion URL: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2432359

Package: de.defim.apk.bootmanager

Version name: 2.1.1

Release type: Stable (low risk of bugs)

External download link: http://bootmanager.apk.defim.de/sideload/BootManager-211.apk

Uploaded on: Monday, July 7, 2014 - 01:46