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Xposed beta for Android Oreo now available

(Source: XDA-Developers)
(Source: XDA-Developers)
Xposed for both Android 8.0 and 8.1 has been released, and although the current version is just a beta, it's reportedly stable enough for regular use.
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Xposed creator Rovo89 has finally finished work on creating a working version of Xposed for Android Oreo. The framework is still in the beta stage, though.

According to the report on XDA, the framework has been tested by both the developer and another contributor, with both finding it stable enough to be used on their daily drivers. That said, the beta designation means there are still likely to be minor bugs.

The release of Xposed for Nougat took months, as it was only released after Android Oreo was launched. The Oreo version of the framework comes as a pleasant surprise, that considered, and the developer attributes that to the minute differences between Nougat and Oreo. Minute when compared to the differences between Nougat and Marshmallow, in any case.

Xposed, of course, requires root, so it's a choice between the customization the framework offers and being able to pass SafetyNet's restrictions. For the hardcore enthusiasts, we believe the former gets more priority. Details and required files can be found at the link below.

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Ricci Rox, 2018-01- 9 (Update: 2018-01- 9)