Download Xposed Framework for Oreo 8.0 & 8.1+ [SDK26 & SDK27]

Finally, all wait is over now, The xposed framework for Oreo 8.0 & 8.1+ [SDK26 & SDK27] is available as a beta version. Initially, it was tested on Pixel and Pixel 2 devices by rovo89 and Wanam. It is still in the beta stage, so we can expect some crashes. If you are the kind of person who loves using an xposed framework, then go with this beta version. If you have enough knowledge to send the bug reports, then use this GitHub thread. Rovo89 will check your reports and try to compensate for those issues.  Further, he said that the source code would be released soon when the beta phase of a xposed framework for Oreo 8.0/8.1+ is completed.

The big challenge for the Modules developers. Those have to build their modules by adjusting changes that occurred on the xposed for Oreo 8.0/8.1+. I thought many of the module developers also started their work based on the new Xposed Version v99. Reports said that some of the modules are still working fine with minor issues. I hope that these issues are solved once the Rovo89 releases the final version of the xposed framework for Oreo 8.0/8.1+.

Download Xposed Framework for Oreo

Some points to Remember SDK26 = Android 8.0 & SDK27 = Android 8.1+. Download the framework by considering the CPU Architecture of your Android devices like ARM, ARM64, and x86.

Xposed Installer Apk

Download the latest Xposed Installer Apk v3.1.5 from Given below.

Download Uninstaller for Oreo 8.0/8.1+

It is the latest Uninstaller for this Oreo build. So, if you want to uninstall completely, then download xposed-uninstaller-20180117-*.zip from the below link according to the CPU architecture. Otherwise, you will face bootloop issue.

A systemless version of the framework for magisk is still not available. I think topjohnwu is still waiting for the stable version for porting to the Magisk. We have also published the guide for the systemless xposed Check here, and we are also waiting for the download links. So you need to wait a few more days to systemless xposed.

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  1. Sorry, you need to wipe all data from the official recovery mode of your device to remove bootloop. If you’re using Xiaomi device, you have to press & hold volume up button (for about 15 seconds) when bootloop appears to go to recovery mode.

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