Current Status of Xposed Framework for Android 7.1.1 Nougat

Updated On October 14, 2017 – Xposed For Nougat is now officially available.Current Status of Xposed Framework for Android 7.1.1 Nougat: Looking for Xposed For Android 7.0/7.1.1 Nougat? First The Xposed Framework is a way to make system-level changes to your Android devices without installing a custom ROM.If your device is rooted then you can almost change anything on your device.It’s like having all the cool features of a customROM on the stock android.In simple words, you can MOD your device without any third party ROM.

Xposed Framework is one of the best-beloved features of every device who has root access and the fact is that most of the users root their mobile just to get the Xposed framework on their mobile so that they can get all control of their device and can customize their device according to their needs. The best part of Xposed Framework is that it is very easy to flash but unfortunately, there is no Xposed Framework for Android 7.0 and 7.1.1. However, the Xposed framework is available for both Lolipop and Marshmallow but it is not made for Nougat Yet.

This is really a sad news but don’t worry developers are working on this project and here you will be able to get the development status of Xposed Framework for Android 7.1.1 Nougat

We have already done a post before Developement Status of Xposed For Android 7.0 Nougat and this post is an updated version of that post.Here we will add all the latest developments taking place.

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Development status of Xposed Framework for Android 7.1.1 Nougat

Current Status of Xposed Framework for Android 7.1.1 Nougat

[ Latest Update 5th Dec, 2016 ]

One of the developer Ibuprophen, who is currently working on Xposed Project for Android 7.0 and 7.1.1 has given this statement and also he said that he tested the Xposed framework build on his own android device running android Nougat. Xposed framework worked fine on his device. Here is the full statement was given by Ibuprophen

I additionally had simply created a check flash for putting in the BusyBox Stericson 1.25.1 Binary that appears find it irresistible is functioning with marshmallow and nougat ROM’s. It conjointly appears like the Symlink is functioning too.
I had worked on this as a result of the errors i used to be receiving after I was trying to flash the BusyBox Binary flash file when the November marshmallow and nougat Security Patches were enforced (as everybody is aware of of the mess it conjointly created for others just like the Framework Rovo89 had to address).
I do have a check one I’ve finally finished and it looks to achieve success on my finish with the marshmallow and nougat i tested on in my device and may work on most of (but, might not on all) devices.
I do attempt to produce a thread shortly for testing and, hopefully, full unleash.

So, this was the statement which was given by developer Ibuprophen. From this statement, we can say that Xposed Framework will be out globally for all device running android Nougat in the end of February or in starting of March. It’s very nice to see that developers are still working on Xposed Framework project and it will be very out soon for all Nougat device.

 

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6 thoughts on “Current Status of Xposed Framework for Android 7.1.1 Nougat”

  1. I can’t believe that I was mentioned as having a working Framework for Nougat when my quote correctly stated the BusyBox binary installer with symlink.

    This must be why I’ve been receiving an XDA PM from a bunch of individuals asking about a working Framework when I never had or was even developing one.

    ~Ibuprophen

    Reply
    • Hey Ibuprophen – thanks for the clarification! I was wondering if you knew of anyone who is working on a version or a project URL where we can check to see if there has been any news/plans/progress? Thanks!

      Reply
      • Sorry for the delay since i really don’t check disqus very often…

        The place where Rovo89 provides status updates are located on the following thread:

        http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3034811

        Though, the title of the thread reflects “Lollipop/Marshmallow”, Rovo89 has been utilizing that thread for the status of the XPosed Framework for Nougat as well.

        When, eventually, Rovo89 does release the XPosed Framework for Nougat, it will be posted there and, more than likely, create a new thread within the following location of the XDA Forum:

        http://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed

        In closing, i just wanted to state that if anyone locates any place that reflects any releases of the XPosed Framework for Nougat that is not located within one or both of the XDA Forum links above, then it’s a fake and can, potentially, do irrevocable harm to your device.

        Thank you and please take care!

        Reply
  2. The following link reflects the status updates from Rovo89 regarding the XPosed Framework for Nougat.

    Though, the title does state “Xposed for Lollipop/Marshmallow”, Rovo89 has been using that XDA Forum Thread for the Nougat also.

    https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3034811

    If there’s anything new on the Nougat development, by Rovo89, that is where you’ll find it.

    As of today, 23 April 2017, there’s nothing released but, i encourage anyone who would like to read the last post regarding the Nougat Development, then please go to that link above.

    Thank You All!

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  3. Hello EVERYONE!

    One of the OFFICIAL locations where Rovo89 provides status updates are located on the following thread:

    https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3034811

    Though, the title of the thread reflects “Lollipop/Marshmallow”, Rovo89 has been utilizing that thread for the status of the XPosed Framework for Nougat as well.

    When, eventually, Rovo89 does release the XPosed Framework for Nougat, it will be posted on the above link AND, more than likely, create a new OFFICIAL thread within the following location of the XDA Forum:

    https://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed

    In closing, i just wanted to state that if anyone locates any place that reflects any releases of the XPosed Framework for Nougat that is not located within one or both of the XDA Forum links above, then it’s a fake and can, potentially, do irrevocable harm to your device.

    Thank you and please take care!

    *** This has been a public service announcement brought to you by “the magnificent” Ibuprophen *****

    Reply
  4. UPDATE: 19 AUG 2017
    BY: Rovo89 (Original XPosed Developer)

    “So Android O seems to be coming on Monday. I would have really liked to release official Xposed for Nougat a long time ago, but unfortunately I’m not done yet. The good news is that I’m really getting closer now, having finally flashed it to my Pixel phone. I’m still convinced that the way I implemented it will offer full stability without neglecting performance. I’ll be AFK for the next two weeks, but will continue my tests and fixes afterwards. Again, I think it’s totally worth the wait. Thanks for your patience!”

    URL:
    https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3034811&page=5

    Reply

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