Current Status of Xposed Framework for Android 8.0 Device: Looking for Xposed For Android 8.0? 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 for Android 8.0 Devices
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 8,0 Developer preview. Xposed Framework for Android 8.0 Devices
Status Xposed Framework for Android 8.0 Devices
We all know that Developer Preview 2 of Android 8.0 is released recently for Pixel and some of the Nexus device and the root guide for Android 8.0 developer preview is also there, you can find them on the internet but however, Xposed Framework for Android 8.0 is not yet released it will be available as soon as the stable build of Android 8.0 will release. Xposed Framework for Android 8.0 Devices
So, we can say that current status of Xposed Framework for Android 8.0 is not available, developers will work on that when the Android 8.0 will release. Till then we have to wait, we can expect the release of full Android 8.0 build some between September or October 2017 and then after 2-3 months Xposed Framework will release.
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