Xposed Framework is the key Mod for the many of the android device rooted users. It gives you best modules for customising your Android device completely. Even you don’t need to install Custom Roms for getting amazing tweaks and mods. There are many modules developing day by day for compensating the user needs. In today article we will guide you to install System-less Xposed Framework on Oreo Android devices. Yep, you heard right! Just follow the simple steps from below.
Recently we got the official Xposed-Framework for the android nougat devices after so many days from Rovo89 ( the master of xposed). But for Oreo 8.0 & 8.1+ devices it takes very much less time to come out. Now, the developers of Xposed modules are started updating their modules for the latest release.
What is System-less Xposed Framework?
Xposed Framework is the most powerful tool lets you bend your android operating system. This needs the xposed installer to manage the modules. The modules are the android apps which are specially designed for the xposed-framework. These will help you to tweak the android device as you want. You can get them from the popular android forums like Xda developers or download directly from the Xposed Installer android app via download section.
System-less Xposed framework is the modified version of the Original Xposed-framework from rovo89. This will help you to get the OTA updates and pass the Googles new security standard (safety net). Meanwhile, this will help you to work with the apps which don’t run on rooted devices. That is the main benefit for most of the users. It is ported as the magisk module by the topjhonwu (developer of magisk systemless root).
- Magisk Root Here>>
- Magisk Manager
- Xposed Installer
- Magisk Xposed module
Steps to Install System-less Xposed Framework on Oreo
Xposed framework is available for the ARM, ARM64, and x86 CPU architecture devices. In general xposed-framework, you need to confirm that the what CPU architecture you are having. But in this Universal System-less xposed-framework, you don’t need to consider this thing. It will automatically select by itself.
Points to be considered:- SDK26 = Android oreo 8.0 and SDK27 = Android oreo 8.1+
Step1:- Download the Magisk Module Xposed Framework according to the android oreo version
- For Android SDK26 (Android v8.0) by topjohnwu:- Download
- For Android SDK27 (Android v8.1+) by topjohnwu:- Download
Step2:- Download the Xposed Installer Apk from below link.
- Xposed Installer Apk:- Download
Step3:- Install the Xposed Installer apk as like the normal apks which are downloaded from unknown sources. You would get a popup if you didn’t enable the unknown sources option on system settings. Just enable it and install.
Step4:- Open Xposed Installer app and grant the Super User permission. Now tap on 3dots at the right, right corner of the app. Select the Reboot into recovery option. It will boot your device into recovery mode. Or you can do it through manually.
Step5:- Now, tap on install button if you are using TWRP custom recovery. Now, Select the Magisk Module Zip file from the storage.
Step6:- Swipe the Install button. It will install the System-less Xposed Framework within a minute. Now, tap on reboot button. Your device will turn-on usually.
Step7:- open the xposed installer app and check the framework is installed correctly. And also open magisk manage app to check the module is active or not in the modules section. Even you can directly flash the zip file in the Magisk manager modules section by tapping the yellow colour + icon.
This the best way to install the Xposed-framework without changing the system partitions. The official one from rovo89 will disrupt the Safetynet pass so better to install this magisk module version. If you have any further quires regarding this article then comment below, we will respond to your comments as fast as possible.
Is there a way to flash Xposed Framework for Oreo using SuperSU and SUhide for the Pixel XL?
Why even publish this article without the “coming soon” SDK26 and SDK27?
Not cool, not even out yet
Burn in hell. “Coming soon ” Die.
These morons will do anything to attract traffic to their site. Fucking die you idiots.
Coming soon -_-
Thanks for wasting my time.
Great guide. thank you
Finest guide thanks bro.
Superb I work Both Magisk and Xposed. Great work well done
I’ve istalled xposed v90-beta3 systemless on my Xiaomi Redmi 4x with Aex oreo rom.
No problem installing it, but when I reboot after having activated modules I get bootloop.
Was doing the same with the system version, but uninstalling it was fine.
The problem is: how do I uninstall the systemless version?
I can’t boot phone for uninstalling via Magisk and I don’t have a uninstaller file…
use your pc to transfer uninstaller file via twrp
i have a problem
when i was install xposed framework zip and magisk
update prosses ended with error :1
yea,i got it
Thank you for the uninstall.zip and… wait a minute… WHERE IS THE GOD DAMN UNINSTALL.ZIP !!!
Thank you for brick my phone ! :*
Xiaomi redmi note 5 bootloop
Hello. I want to know, if i can use the module Imei Changer Pro . I want to change my imei. Is this possible? Is there any update of IMei changer pro working??? thank you
IMEI changer pro can only mask the IMEI number. It is not meant for changing your IMEI number permanently
I found this VirtualXposed from XDA developers forums. Will it be the best alternative for Current Xposed Framework?
Not at all. It just deals with modules which don’t interfere with the system part.
Downloaded the apk and SDK26 for my Android 8.0 Oneplus 3T.
I installed the APK, and then SDK26. Fortunately it booted back into the OS np, but the APK never asked for root permission, and it will not detect the SDK26.
The uninstaller inside the APK wont download. Is it available to download from here?
Please Disable the module if you can access to Magisk Manager or Uninstall SDK26 Zip from the TWRP Recovery with this guide.
I install with a xiaomi xiaomi 8 failed to restart, make the backup to Mi 8.
Please fix the beta to.stable version in magisk, this version never success, always bootloop
it doesn’t work for miui 10 oreo 8.1 (my device redmi 5 plus bootloop)
I did it for my S8 …
Magisk Manager shows it in modules, but the xposed installer said “not installed”.
Now after I updated it in the Magisk Manager, it gets also detected in xposed installer.
Redmi 5a os 8.1.0 my devices bootloop,
Works Perfectly Thanks
LG G5 T-MObile Oero.
Works but fails SafetyNet test.
Yes, it won’t help you to pass.
Hello，where can I get source code for 8.1 v90-beta3 (oreo). Thx.
And what to do? How to pass SafetyNet test?
Download EDXposed to pass safetynet.
After flashing xposed by twrp…..my phone does not boot.what can I do.please help me
use this guide https://magiskroot.net/uninstall-magisk-module-twrp/
where source code for Oreo？
I need to know, because it is not clearly drilled into our heads, this only works for ROOTED phones? I didn’t root my phone because I could see clear signs that the full, intact operating system is there in recovery … As well as all the proper CA Certificates. So, if I need to have a rooted phone, how do I go about doing this FixIt?
Will work only for rooted devices.
Hlw,I want to root my phone.my system version 8.1.0
I tried kingroot and other roots app but but failed.I have no twrp.So how can I root my 8.1.0 phone??plz suggest me .!
Why Xposed Framework not installed, try to re flash still doesn’t work
Have you tried with magisk manager?
Die hard fans of Xposed hesitate to upgrade Android, in the absence of Xposed support.This is true for the latest Android Pie as well. Magisk is useful but cannot replace Xposed for deep stuff. Yet another concern is Safety Net getting triggered when Xposed framework is installed through Magisk. Visit here for more info.
You are doing very good job it’s a helpful article thank you