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How To Install Xposed Framework On Android Oreo 8.0 8.1.1



How to Install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo 8.0 8.1.1




Xposed Framework is a powerful tool that allows you to customize your Android device with various modules. You can tweak the system settings, UI, performance, and more with Xposed Framework. However, installing Xposed Framework on Android Oreo 8.0 and 8.1.1 is not as easy as on previous versions of Android. You need to have a rooted device with Magisk Manager installed, and follow some specific steps to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo.




How to Install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo 8.0 8.1.1



What is Xposed Framework?




Xposed Framework is a framework that hooks into the Android system and allows you to modify it without flashing a custom ROM or kernel. You can install different modules that add or change various features and functions on your device. For example, you can use Xposed modules to change the status bar icons, lock screen, navigation bar, app permissions, notifications, and more.


Xposed Framework works by modifying the app_process executable, which is responsible for loading all the apps and system services. By doing so, it can intercept and modify any method calls made by the apps or the system. This way, you can alter the behavior of any app or system component without touching the original APK or system files.


Why do you need Magisk Manager to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo?




Magisk Manager is a root management app that allows you to hide root access from certain apps that detect and block rooted devices. It also lets you install various modules that enhance your device's functionality and performance. Magisk Manager works by creating a virtual partition on your device's boot image, where it stores all the modifications and modules. This way, it does not affect the original system partition, and you can easily uninstall or disable any module without affecting your device.


Magisk Manager is required to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo because of the changes made by Google in the new version of Android. Android Oreo introduced a new feature called Project Treble, which aims to make it easier for device manufacturers to update their devices to new versions of Android. Project Treble separates the vendor-specific hardware drivers from the Android framework, creating a new vendor partition on the device.


This means that Xposed Framework cannot modify the app_process executable on the system partition anymore, as it would break compatibility with the vendor partition. Therefore, Xposed Framework needs to be installed on the Magisk partition instead, where it can still hook into the app_process executable without affecting Project Treble.


How to Install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo using Magisk Manager?




The easiest way to install Xposed Framework on any Android device running 8.0 or 8.1 Oreo is via Magisk Manager. If your device is rooted with Magisk 16.1+, then you can follow these steps to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo using Magisk Manager.


  • Open Magisk Manager app on your device.



  • Tap on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) on the top-left corner of the screen.



  • Select "Downloads" from the menu.



  • Search for "Xposed Framework" in the search bar.



  • Choose the proper SDK version for your device. For Android 8.0 Oreo, use SDK 26. For Android 8.1 Oreo, use SDK 27.



  • Tap on the download icon and then tap on "Install".



  • Wait for the installation to finish and then reboot your device.



You will have the latest Xposed Framework installed on your device. You can check the status of Xposed Framework in Magisk Manager under "Modules".


How to Install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo using TWRP Recovery?




If you prefer to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo using TWRP recovery, then you need to download the Xposed Framework installer zip file for your device and flash it manually. You can follow these steps to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo using TWRP recovery.


  • Download the Xposed Framework installer zip file for your device from here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=75394994&postcount=3



  • Make sure that you download the correct SDK version for your device. For Android 8.0 Oreo, use SDK 26. For Android 8.1 Oreo, use SDK 27.



  • Copy the downloaded zip file to your device's internal storage or SD card.



  • Reboot your device into TWRP recovery mode.



  • Tap on "Install" and navigate to the storage where you copied the zip file.



  • Select the installer zip file (e.g. xposed-v90-sdk27-arm64-beta1.zip for Android 8.1 Oreo ARM64).



  • Swipe the "Swipe to confirm Flash" button to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo.



  • The flashing process should not take more than a few seconds to complete.



  • Reboot your device normally.



You will have the latest Xposed Framework installed on your device. You can check the status of Xposed Framework in Magisk Manager under "Modules" or in Xposed Installer app under "Framework".


How to Use Xposed Framework on Android Oreo?




Once you have installed Xposed Framework on Android Oreo, you can start using it to customize your device with various modules. You can download and manage the modules using the Xposed Installer app or Magisk Manager app, depending on how you installed Xposed Framework.


To use Xposed Installer app, follow these steps:


  • Open Xposed Installer app on your device.



  • Tap on "Download" to browse and download the modules that you want.



  • Tap on "Modules" to enable or disable the modules that you have installed.



  • Tap on "Framework" to check the status of Xposed Framework and update it if needed.



  • Reboot your device for the changes to take effect.



To use Magisk Manager app, follow these steps:


  • Open Magisk Manager app on your device.



  • Tap on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) on the top-left corner of the screen.



  • Select "Downloads" from the menu.



  • Search for "Xposed Module" in the search bar.



  • Choose the module that you want and tap on the download icon and then tap on "Install".



  • Reboot your device for the changes to take effect.



What are some of the best Xposed modules for Android Oreo?




Xposed Framework offers a wide range of modules that can enhance your Android experience in various ways. However, not all modules are compatible with Android Oreo, so you need to check the compatibility before installing them. Here are some of the best Xposed modules for Android Oreo that you can try:


  • GravityBox: This is an all-in-one module that lets you tweak almost every aspect of your device, such as status bar, navigation bar, lock screen, power menu, notifications, quick settings, and more. You can also add extra features such as pie controls, gesture controls, smart radio, and more.



  • Greenify: This module helps you save battery life by hibernating apps that are not in use. It also allows you to use aggressive doze mode and wake-up tracker to optimize your device's performance and battery life.



  • XPrivacyLua: This module allows you to control the permissions and data access of your apps. You can restrict or fake any data that an app requests, such as location, contacts, camera, microphone, etc. You can also use predefined templates or custom rules to manage your privacy.



  • YouTube Background Playback: This module enables background playback for YouTube videos, so you can listen to music or podcasts while using other apps or turning off the screen.



  • XInsta: This module allows you to download photos and videos from Instagram. You can also zoom in on any picture, copy comments or captions, and share media directly from the app.



How to Uninstall Xposed Framework on Android Oreo?




If you want to uninstall Xposed Framework on Android Oreo for any reason, you can do so easily using the same method that you used to install it. You can either use Magisk Manager or TWRP recovery to uninstall Xposed Framework on Android Oreo.


To uninstall Xposed Framework using Magisk Manager, follow these steps:


  • Open Magisk Manager app on your device.



  • Tap on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) on the top-left corner of the screen.



  • Select "Modules" from the menu.



  • Find the Xposed Framework module and tap on the delete icon next to it.



  • Reboot your device for the changes to take effect.



To uninstall Xposed Framework using TWRP recovery, follow these steps:


  • Download the Xposed Framework uninstaller zip file for your device from here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=75394994&postcount=3



  • Copy the downloaded zip file to your device's internal storage or SD card.



  • Reboot your device into TWRP recovery mode.



  • Tap on "Install" and navigate to the storage where you copied the zip file.



  • Select the uninstaller zip file (e.g. xposed-uninstaller-20180108-arm64.zip for Android 8.1 Oreo ARM64).



  • Swipe the "Swipe to confirm Flash" button to uninstall Xposed Framework on Android Oreo.



  • The flashing process should not take more than a few seconds to complete.



  • Reboot your device normally.



You will have successfully uninstalled Xposed Framework from your device. You can check the status of Xposed Framework in Magisk Manager under "Modules" or in Xposed Installer app under "Framework".


What are the benefits of installing Xposed Framework on Android Oreo?




Installing Xposed Framework on Android Oreo can bring many benefits to your device, such as:


  • You can customize your device without flashing a custom ROM or kernel.



  • You can add new features and functions to your device with various modules.



  • You can improve your device's performance and battery life with modules that optimize the system.



  • You can enhance your device's security and privacy with modules that control the permissions and data access of your apps.



  • You can easily enable or disable any module without affecting your device.



  • You can update Xposed Framework and its modules without wiping your data.



What are the risks of installing Xposed Framework on Android Oreo?




Installing Xposed Framework on Android Oreo can also bring some risks to your device, such as:


  • You need to root your device, which may void your warranty and expose your device to security threats.



  • You may encounter some bugs, crashes, or bootloops due to incompatible or faulty modules.



  • You may lose some features or functions of your device due to conflicts or overrides by some modules.



  • You may face some issues with OTA updates or certain apps that detect and block rooted or modified devices.



Therefore, you should install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo only if you know what you are doing and you are willing to take the responsibility for any potential problems. You should also backup your device before installing Xposed Framework and only use trusted and compatible modules from reputable sources.


Conclusion




Xposed Framework is a powerful tool that allows you to customize your Android device with various modules. However, installing Xposed Framework on Android Oreo 8.0 and 8.1.1 requires some extra steps and precautions. You need to have a rooted device with Magisk Manager installed, and you need to choose the correct SDK version for your device. You can either use Magisk Manager or TWRP recovery to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo. You can also use Xposed Installer app or Magisk Manager app to download and manage the modules that you want.


Installing Xposed Framework on Android Oreo can bring many benefits to your device, such as adding new features, improving performance and battery life, enhancing security and privacy, and customizing the system settings and UI. However, it can also bring some risks to your device, such as voiding your warranty, encountering bugs or bootloops, losing some features or functions, and facing issues with OTA updates or certain apps. Therefore, you should install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo only if you know what you are doing and you are willing to take the responsibility for any potential problems. You should also backup your device before installing Xposed Framework and only use trusted and compatible modules from reputable sources.


We hope this article has helped you learn how to install Xposed Framework on Android Oreo 8.0 and 8.1.1. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment below. d282676c82


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