Finally, Xposed for Android Pie is here as a Magisk Module. Oh, wait it’s not official one which is from the master of the xposed framework, Rovo. Meanwhile even we don’t know the exact development status and yet no news or statement from the developer too in XDA-Forums.
But here is the unofficial ported one by the developer Elder Driver since the official version is open-sourced. So far everything is working fine while installing on my Xiaomi MI5 running with Syberia OS based on AOSP.
It is named EDXposed in which you can able to install as a magisk module. And you must install Riru Core before installing since it is based on this Riru core Module.
Download Xposed Framework for Pie 9.0
Below are the requirements to make it work.
- Riru Core Magisk Module Download
- EDXposed Magisk Module Download
- Uninstall EDXposed – Download
- EDXposed Manager
- Guide to uninstall Modules from TWRP – If you stuck into a
- Guide to Install Magisk
Once you are done with the download, let’s jump into the installation procedure.
How to Install Xposed on your Android Pie Device
Step 1. Download the 3 Requirements.
Step 2. Open Magisk Manager and head over to the modules section through the menu.
Step 3. Click on + button and navigate to the Riru Core Zip file and install it.
Step 4. Now, Install EDXposed and reboot the system to activate the modules.
Step 5. Install Xposed Installer APK by DVDandroid. Open it to know the status either active or not.
Does this method pass SafetyNet?
Yes, You can see the screenshot from below. One of the most excellent parts is; EDXposed will help you to pass the Safetynet measure. However, this thing was not possible with the topjohnwu systemless xposed.
So, install it with your own risk. Peace ✌️