Monday, October 9, 2017

Official Xposed Framework for Android Nougat Released

Any Android enthusiast that doesn't know Xposed framework is not an original Android enthusiast, so there is no much need for me to start explaining what Xposed framework is or what it does. But for the sake of the newbies; the Xposed framework is a system built into an app that allows users to change, tweak or manipulate the behavior of their Android phones, tablets, and/or any other Android running device. It enables the user to add some features that are seen in Custom Roms to their smartphones once their phones have been rooted.
Official Xposed Framework for Android Nougat
But one hindrance that has been faced by users and developers of Xposed is that it requires being deeply integrated into the device's OS, so whenever Google releases a new version of their Android OS,  the compatibility of Xposed with that newer version of Android will be close to zero. And sometimes it can take a very long time to get Xposed working on the new version of Android again. But today, the good news is that the official and 100 Nougat compatible Xposed framework has been officially released thanks to rovo89 of XDA for this.

While you are about to start enjoying Xposed Framework on your Nougat based smartphones, it is safe to remind you that Android 7.0 was released last year and Xposed for Android 7.0 Nougat was officially released this month - which implies that it too the developer more than 12 months to perfect this piece of craftsmanship.  After releasing of several unofficial builds of Xposed for Nougat in the past, an official build is ready to go. That means you’re less likely to run into hitches and bugs and of course you don’t need to first install a custom ROM to use it.

This official build of Xposed Framework for Android Nougat 7.0 offers better stability and improved support for Xposed modules and overall user experience. As you already know, some of these modules allow you to change the look and behavior of Android features including CPU performance, the effective pixel density of your display on a per-app basis, the layout of the Android Status Bar and Quick Settings features, and more.

Recently, Google made an official release of Android 8.0 Oreo, while this current build of Xposed supports Android 7.0 and 7.1 Rovo89 is already working on porting Xposed to the Google's newest operating system and expects things to move much more quickly since Google hasn’t changed as much of the underlying code that Xposed relies on this time as it did when moving from Marshmallow to Nougat. To get the Official Xposed Framework for Android Nougat, visit rovo89's XDS developers page.

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