Download Systemless Xposed Framework for Oreo by Topjohnwu

Download Systemless Xposed Framework for Oreo

Systemless Xposed Framework is made by Topjohnwu the master of Magisk Su. He also ported the Official Xposed for Oreo to the Magisk. But the Thing is it cannot pass the Safetynet Measure by google as of now. Maybe this may fix in further updates by Topjohnwu but not guaranteed.

SDK26  = Android 8.0 and SDK27 = Android 8.1+

Download Xposed Installer Apk

Xposed Installer is used for the managing the modules of xposed framework. You can see the xposed status is active or not. This is the modified version of Xposed Installer by Topjohnwu that will detect Systemless Xposed Properly.

13 Comments

  1. Total useless it get stuck at found magisk manager then dose nothing so forced to reboot it and get a bootloops….
    Just want the old way of getting root back this is bullshit……..

  2. I have installed SDK27 for Oreo via TWRP, and the magisk module console shows Xpose Framework module but in Xpose install it still says Not Installed.

    • Same problem?

      Does anyone know how to fix it

      • ya i ended up flashing as a new set up i believe its bc sd27 must go on before magisk? at least for my zenfone i had it go through the motions as a new device then when it was up i got data from the backup i kept but before doing anything magisk, my phone to get the framework working correctly is to install recovery or aka twrp then retstart it into recovery when its up again NO MAGISK, SD27, first, then magisk now retart system, then when up again go back to recovery, then flash in magisk for root. its got to do with either the setup, or the programs looking for things it cant find after? or maybe even if the program was hidden to magisk, but i know the way i did works for sure.

        • again i did recovery sd27 restart system, then recovery again, magisk, restart system. twrp retension script works great for as a new device and still retaining privlaged rights

  3. Bootloops like this…

  4. Stack on logo, i justo used uninstaller Xposed

  5. I have tried installing it on a Huawei Y 6 2018 device, directly in the modules section of Magisk Manager, but at the moment of restarting my phone it remained in bootloop, luckily I repaired it

  6. I don’t really understand what the SDK27 zip file is for. I installed the Framework in Magisk Manager, I downloaded the Xposed installer (not from XDA) from another site because the file I saw in that site was named Xposed installer 3.1.5 which also includes “Magisk”. So I thought to myself that “yeah this is the file” because downloading the systemless installer from XDA was not working. When I click on the direct link to download the file, what I received was “401 gone”, so I didn’t bother myself. So I went to the other site where the file was available, as I downloaded and installed the xposed installer, it didn’t detect any framework. I tried rebooting my phone but there was still nothing. I don’t really know where my fault is because I’m thinking if it’s because I didn’t install the SDK27 that’s why it’s not detecting the framework or I downloaded the wrong systemless Xposed installer.
    I need help😪

  7. works done.. Samsung J7 Prime

    I used module from here https://magiskroot.net/download-xposed-for-android-pie/

  8. Works great, anyone having problems make sure you’ve downloaded riru Core and Ritu exposed from magisk managers modules once there downloaded install closed installer then just reboot and all works, you don’t install through closed installer as you’ll keep getting fail….this is what I did and works fine

    • Works great, anyone having problems make sure you’ve downloaded riru Core and riru edxposed from magisk managers modules once there downloaded install xposed installer then just reboot and all works, you don’t install through closed installer as you’ll keep getting fail….this is what I did and works fine

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