When it comes to modifying an Android device, Xposed Framework always considers the primary platform to get it done quickly. It can entirely change the behavior of your device without the need to install any other APKs, and you can get everything in modules on Xposed Framework.
Well, after a long wait, XDA Senior Recognized Developer rovo89 released Xposed Framework for Android Oreo 8.0 and 8.1. Hence, you can easily download and install Xposed Framework on a device to tweak everything you wish on your smartphone.
It is quite straightforward to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo. You will just need to install Xposed Installer and flash the latest framework zip onto your device. Let see how to do it!How to Install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo
Note: Xposed Framework is currently available in Beta so that it could be buggy. The same process should be followed for the stable version of Xposed Framework.
Before heading to the process, make sure that you have rooted Android device and enabled “Unknown Source” by heading to Settings → Tap on Security. You should also make sure that there is Custom Recover installed through TWRP. TWRP can only install Xposed Framework zip.
Step #1. First of all, download Xposed Framework installer and sdk26/arm64/ file for Android 8.0 and sdk27/arm64/ file for Android 8.1 on your Android device running Oreo from the following links.
- Download Xposed Installer v3.1.4
- Download Xposed Framework Installer ZIP for Android 8.0 Oreo
- Download Xposed Framework Installer ZIP for Android 8.1 Oreo
Step #2. Next, Reboot your device in recovery mode to install Xposed Framework .zip file. For that, just Turn OFF your device, press and hold power and volume down button to get Recovery Mode.
Step #3. Now, press Install and locate the Xposed Framework .zip file.
Step #4. Tap on Xposed Framework .zip file, press Install Image and then swipe right to confirm flashing.
Step #5. Now press the “Reboot System”.
Step #6. Once the reboot process completed, navigate to the “XposedInstaller_3.1.4.apk” in the download section and tap to install.
Now open the recently installed Xposed Installer on your Android Oreo and start modification on your smartphone by installing a number modules from the Xposed Installer. In a case, if any module doesn’t work properly, then you don’t need to worry. It is just a Beta, and it will be well improved with the final version of Xposed Framework.
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