Download/Install Xposed Framework for Android Nougat 7.1.1

This post is on how to download Xposed Framework that has recently been updated in order to support Android Nougat 7.1.1. The absolute amount of personalizing offered remains exceptional with any other mod. Although, due to the recent productivity in OEM software, lots of Android users have prevented modifying their phones. Thus with the new Xposed Framework release, we expect to view furthermore users utilizing this tool.
Read ahead to download Xposed Framework for your device running Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

Download/Install Xposed Framework for Android Nougat 7.1.1

Formerly, the Xposed framework also restricts to supporting just the Marshmallow. But now, with the new update, Android 7.1.1 Nougat is also able to use the Xposed Framework. So we have viewed many ports that go by for Android Nougat but they all want full support. For some, they were not able to even run every module and others simply failed in main performance. Nevertheless, we have the Xposed Framework officially that is present for Android 7.1.1 Nougat now. You are also able to download as well as install it on your phone from the guide that is mention below.
Android Nougat 7.1.1
Xposed for Android 7.1.1 Nougat is also present for download unofficially. Thanks to PurifyOS Team over at XDA. However, the framework is available as Xposed SDK25 for ARM64, ARM, and X86 processors. The enhancers have just tested this on the OnePlus 3 running on Android 7.1. But it should work the best for a number of other devices.

Download/Install Xposed Framework for Android Nougat 7.1.1

Rovo59 speaks about the status of Xposed for Nougat. And it just seems like that it is still going to consume more time. So the work includes in the merging Xposed to Nougat is too much compared to that of creating the framework compatible. With the Lollipop or the Marshmallow back in time. Although the enhancer is working tough to receive everything sorted and working. But he has restricted time for doing Xposed stuff (about 5 hours per week). And also making Xposed compatible with Nougat needs many or hundred of hours. 
The enhancer Ibuprophen over at xda is also working on receiving Xposed working on Nougat. So he even has a test build for it and it is working the best on his Android Nougat running device. You have to read out his full post on XDA below: 

Statement

 I also had just created a test flash for installing the BusyBox Stericson 1.25.1 Binary that looks like it is working with Marshmallow and Nougat ROM’s. It also looks like the Symlink is working too.

I had worked on this because of the errors I was receiving when I was attempting to flash the BusyBox Binary flash file after the November Marshmallow and Nougat Security Patches were implemented (as everyone knows of the mess it also created for others like the Framework Rovo89 had to address). And 

I do have a test one I’ve finally finished and it seems to be successful on my end with the Marshmallow and Nougat i tested on in my device and should work on most of (but, may not on all) devices.

I do plan to create a thread soon for testing and, hopefully, full release.

— Ibuprophen (Dec 5th, 2016)

rovo89 

However, another update from rovo89 is also there for the status of Xposed for Nougat:

Hooks are generally working now. However, they’re still unreliable for inlined methods and when JIT is used (which is often the case). I had give a few technical insights here. I’m currently thinking about the different situations that need to be handled and I create unit tests for them. Then I need to fix those which are failing or even crashing the device – ideally without recompiling the whole ROM like in previous versions. Not sure if the latter is possible though.

What we can better make out of this statement is that Xposed is still a capability on Android 7.0 Nougat. And it will take some more time.

The builder rovo89 probably start work on Xposed for Nougat. So he had discussed earlier that he will first complete the recent Xposed installer v3.1. Also then begin the work on either the official systemless Xposed framework or additional help for the Nougat. And since Xposed installer v3.1 reveal, he probably or probably not start working on Nougat. You can also read his full statement that is mention below.

Statement

There’s not much to say at the moment – I haven’t started looking into Nougat support yet, expect for syncing the source code to the build server. I didn’t have that much time for Xposed in the past weeks/month, due to vacation, sickness, private stress and for many other reasons.

The time I had was spent mostly on the server move a while ago and on preparing a new version of Xposed Installer, which would be the prerequisite for the official systemless Xposed. I’m still working on that, and it’s much more effort than I had thought due to all those little and bigger things that I want to change/improve. I was wondering whether I should pause these efforts and look into Nougat instead, but two huge projects in parallel are just too much when you have only a few hours per week. Besides that, Nougat usage seems to be still pretty low.

That means: I’m working hard on finishing the work on the installer. Once that is done, I’ll either try to get systemless support out (as that was the reason to get started with the installer) or start with Nougat. Not sure yet. Maybe a combination of both, as I’m not sure whether stock ROMs will still run with modified /system at all.

— rovo89 (30th Sept, 2016)

The Xposed framework has extended to be one of the most loved/best features for rooted Android devices. However, the matter fact it is half the cause that the people like to root access on their Android devices. And why not? Xposed provides a world of probabilities. So much that you don’t even require a custom ROM.

ARM

Although with each of the  Android update, too many conversions are creating to ARM. That it is obtaining tougher and tougher for the devs. In order to keep Xposed compatible with the recent and freshest reveal of Android.

Therefore the Android Nougat update that release by the end of Summer 2016, has been out for the enhancers as Android N producer previews with its 5th and final preview already revealed. But it is not sufficient to make Xposed compatible with Android 7.0 Nougat.

AOSP sources

Furthermore, guys hopelessly waiting to download Xposed on their Nougat running Nexus devices have to know that complete AOSP sources require to produce Xposed. Thus that is so far in order to release for the Android 7.0 & 7.1 Nougat update.

Moreover, Google will disclose the AOSP sources for Android Nougat right after the public release of the update. So till then, Xposed support/help for Nougat is not possible.

And don’t forget to read this article: OnePlus 5T Android 10 Updates and More You Should Know

Conclusion

However, we will keep viewing on Xposed Nougat supported builds. Simply when they arrive and will update the post accordingly. You have to stay alert.

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