Most of our routing and ROM readers should be familiar with the name GravityBox, which is a set of settings that use the Xposed framework to modify AOSP-based ROMs with features and settings typically found in third-party projects, giving ROM similar features when running stock, basically. Today we were interested to see that the tool had a list in the Play Store, but after contacting the developer of GravityBox C3C076, we discovered that it has no relation with the project.

As of now, although the listing for the application is public, it does not really seem to be compatible with any device. Given the rather superficial origin of the list and its non-association with the original developer, it is probably a good thing.

This is not the first time that GravityBox has this kind of problems. We talked to the developer of the project about the Play Store list and they told us that this is not the first time this has happened. Some time ago, another developer was caught deceivingly distributing GravityBox as a paid application. While this latest list is not so bad, the developer is still concerned that even applications that use Xposed included in the Play Store could encourage Google to take a firmer stance against it for the merits of security.

The editor of the new Play Store listing is "ONE-IT", and we could not conclusively determine who it could be. The list of the developer in Play Store does not seem to work either. We communicate with the email provided to receive assistance in the list to receive comments, and if any are provided, we will update our coverage.

However, if the list of applications expands to support more devices, you probably should not install that. Instead, stay away from the Xposed Module Depot or the official XDA threads.