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I am currently on CyanogenMod 14.1. I have been trying to find the Xposed SDK 25 for Android 7.1 but couldn't locate it. So I wanted to know:

If it is even out yet?

If yes then where can I find it?

Please help...

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    If you need it badly, go back to CM13. – Andy Yan Jan 26 '17 at 9:36
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    @iBug so courteous of you to summon me like that... – Shadow_Sphynx Dec 19 '17 at 13:53
  • Sorry for being rude for that time. I'm now moving on to another thread. – iBug Dec 28 '17 at 11:51
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Updates / Corrections regarding

Xposed Framework for Nougat / Oreo

Though, Xposed Framework for Nougat/Oreo still has not been released yet, here's an update/correction to the answers provided.

A) Rovo89, Original Creator & Developer for the Xposed Framework & Installer, continues his development for the Xposed Framework for Nougat/Oreo as of 13 July 2017.

B) Rovo89's last status update was made on 28 Jan 2017 here:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=70773752&postcount=41

C) The following link is the official location (on XDA Developers) that Rovo89 uses for all status updates (please disregard the thread title as it also pertains to the Nougat/Oreo as well): https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3034811

D) Many individuals have been seeing my XDA Developers member name (also Ibuprophen) being used/referred to in a number of websites as either an additional or lone developer for the Xposed Framework for the Nougat/Oreo and wanted to set it straight that this is FALSE and has never been true (the PMs I received on XDA Developers are regarding this as a real pain in the rear-end). Rovo89 is the one and only Developer.

E) Any website that states otherwise is false and any files for the Xposed Framework for Nougat/Oreo are bogus ones that are either changed from the Marshmallow version to fake it in Nougat/Oreo or can just be dangerous. Get them from the source and not a third party.

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    So the other answer claiming it got a working Xposed for N is also a bogus? Glad I didn't actually try. +1 – Andy Yan Jul 14 '17 at 1:11
  • +1. Thanks for clarifying. Corrected my answer accordingly – beeshyams Jul 14 '17 at 6:51
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Status Update: Adding link to iBug's answer , which gives details on availability of Xposed for Nougat .

Details below pertain to the state of things at the point of time of answering the question


Xposed for Nougat is not yet developed

  • Rovo89, credited with Xposed framework development updated status here in mid Nov 16

  • Another developer apparently is also working on it and is yet to be finalised, see 15th Dec update

( See this answer for reasons )

  • Thanks for the this confirmation. I was just wondering that it has been two months now, it should have been out by now. – Shadow_Sphynx Jan 26 '17 at 9:42
  • That's why added the last point to monitor progress. If the answer helps you, you can accept the answer by pressing the green tick arrow left of answer – beeshyams Jan 26 '17 at 9:48
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This answer is discontinued. Please move to here

Xposed for Oreo is unavailable by far because O is ... too new

An unofficial build of Xposed Framework is available from XDA. I have tested it with my OnePlus 5 and it worked perfectly.

The XDA newsfeed article is here and the thread is above.

Important Notice
If you are using your stock ROM, make sure your /data partition is decrypted. If it's encrypted, you may have to format it. Be sure to back up your data carefully before proceeding. Also you should flash a "DM Verify and Forced Encryption Disabler" package.

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Xposed for Nougat is still under development. However, I found a working Xposed for Android Nougat but it only works on ARM devices. I tried it on Lineage OS but it didn't work so I used an old CM14.1 based ROM and it worked for me. You can try it yourself.

Xposed Framework For Nougat

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