How To Install Xposed Installer On Android 8 Oreo

How To Install Xposed Framework On Android 8 Oreo Via TWRP Recovery (Super Su) And Magisk:

Truly, Xposed Framework is something benefiting for Android users who don’t wish to keep flashing custom ROMs just to get new look or to add more features on their devices. Xposed Framework was developed by rovo89, it utilizes the root access on a device to allow users to customize their device on the system level.

Most of us are aware of the launch of the new Android OS "8 Oreo" which most devices haven't gotten the update yet, but for those whose Android is currently running on Android 8 Oreo — there’s great news for you. Hence, it's for all Xposed fans out there as the Xposed Framework is now available for Android 8 Oreo devices.

However, this can only be installed on your rooted devices and thus, do note that since this is the first release for Android Oreo, rovo89 is treating it like a beta release and you might encounter some bugs. Additionally, some Xposed Modules won’t work properly with the latest port until they’re updated to support Android 8 Oreo devices and to Install Xposed Framework on it, simply follow a couple of easy steps.

Disclaimer: We are not to be held responsible for any damages you got, hence the Xposed Framework can be installed in two different ways and thus, it depends on the method you choose to root your phone (Magisk or Super Su). However, both methods are thoroughly explained below, but be certain you use the appropriate method or you might brick your phone.
Also Check: How To Unlock Bootloader, Install TWRP Recovery, Root And Check Root On Android Oreo 8.0 Update
Note: The Xposed Installer APK used in each method is different, make sure you install the appropriate APK or the installation process won’t work.

Install Xposed Framework On Android 8 Oreo
Install Using Magisk:
  • Rooted device running Android 8.0/8.1 Oreo
  • Magisk manager
  • Modified Xposed Installer Apk v3.1.4
  • Launch Magisk manager on your device.
  • Tap on the hamburger menu "option" at the top left corner of the app and select “Downloads”.

  • Scroll down to locate Xposed Framework SDK 26 or 27 depending on your Android version.
  • Tap on the download button next to the module and in the following pop-up, tap on “Install”.

  • The app will then download and install the Xposed Framework.
  • Reboot the device to activate the Xposed module.

  • Once activated, install the modified Xposed Installed APK linked above.

  • Xposed Framework should now be active on your device.

Install Using TWRP (Super SU Devices Only)
  • Rooted device running Android Oreo 8.0/8.1
  • Custom Recovery (latest TWRP recommended)
  • Xposed Installer APK v3.1.4
  • Xposed Framework SDK 26/ Xposed Framework SDK 27
  • Download the Xposed Installer v3.1.4 APK and the Xposed Framework SDK for your respective device (SDK 26 for Android 8.0 Oreo and SDK 27 for Android 8.1 Oreo).
  • Copy the files to your device.
  • Install the Xposed Installer on your device.

Reboot to recovery:
  • Turn off your device
  • Hold the power button and volume down button to enter Fastboot mode
  • Use the volume rocker to highlight Recovery mode and click the power button to select
  • Tap on “Install” and locate the Xposed Framework SDK you copied to your device.

  • Select the ZIP and swipe to install

  • Wipe cache/dalvik and reboot the device.

If you follow the aforementioned instructions to the T, the Xposed Installer will display a check mark and the service will be activated on the device. If by any chance you experience a boot loop, we’d recommend clean flashing a ROM and repeat the instructions once again.



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