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In this tutorial we will tell you how to install systemless Xposed on Android Oreo. Xposed Module is very popular among the community who like to root their devices and do customization. However, due to some other engagements of the developer of the Xposed Module, the development for the Xposed Module came to a standstill last year. The Xposed for Nougat was released just before the release of Android Oreo, which meant the developer was lagging behind. Anyhow, since then, the developer has been very active and the developer has already released Xposed Module for Android Oreo.
But today, we are going to look at the tutorial, which will tell you how to install Xposed Module without custom recovery. Those who are familiar with this module must know that to install it you need to have a custom recovery, like TWRP, must be installed on your Android device. As, Xposed Module is a system-dependent method of customization. On the other hand, we have an alternate to Xposed Module known as Magisk. The installation of Magisk doesn’t require custom recovery, you can easily install it via stock recovery. This is the reason it became so popular amongst the masses.
The good news is that the developer of Magisk has released the systemless version of Xposed which is compatible with Android 8.0 Oreo. Systemless Xposed on Android Oreo can be installed via Magisk Installer. Therefore, it means that the first thing your device must have is Magisk Installer.
Enough of explaining, lets jump straight to the guide and see how to install systemless Xposed on Android Oreo. Before you start, make sure your device is charged up to 50%, at least, and all your data is backed up in case any error occurs during the process.
How to Install Systemless Xposed on Android Oreo
- First of all, make sure Magisk is installed on your smartphone.
- Now launch Magisk Manager from your App Drawer.
- Click on the hamburger icon ☰ on the top-left side of the Magisk Manager application to open the menu of options from the left.
- Tap on Downloads from the Options.
- Now, in Downloads Section, scroll all the way down to the Xposed Installer.
- Tap on Xposed Installer and make sure to select API 26 and API 27 for Android 8.0 Oreo and Android 8.1 Oreo respectively so that it will be compatible with your device running on Android Oreo.
That’s it! Now you have installed Systemless Xposed on the device running on Android Oreo.