I have a OnePlus 5 running stock Android 7.1.1. I'm planning to upgrade to 8.0 when it's available.

However I'm a huge Xposed fan and I use a lot of modules, so the availability of Xposed Framework is a great concern to me.

  • This post will be kept updated until a stable Xposed release for all Oreo versions, including possible further versions (8.2 or so), have been released.
    – iBug
    Commented Dec 28, 2017 at 12:04
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    Should this be a Community or FAQ posting?
    – wbogacz
    Commented Dec 28, 2017 at 13:00
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    Hrm... isn't that asking for off-site resources? And shouldn't it rather be integrated into our xposed tag-wiki?
    – Izzy
    Commented Dec 28, 2017 at 13:25

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Last Updated: March 30, 2018

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Update 3

Xposed for Oreo 8.0/8.1 is available in beta.

Update 2

Official Xposed v89 for up to SDK 25 (Android 7.1) is available as of December 17, 2017. A new version of Xposed Installer is available as well. rovo89 says the Xposed for Oreo is almost complete:

95% of the code are ported, basic functionality is working on Genymotion. The remaining 5% are obviously those parts of the code which are more difficult to port. I literally just upgraded my primary device to Android 8.1, so I can hopefully start some real testing soon.

Update 1

Official Xposed v88.1 for SDK 24 and 25 (Android 7.x) is available as of October 10, 2017.

Original Answer:

An unofficial build of Xposed Framework is available from XDA. I have tested it with my OnePlus 5 and it worked almost perfectly, except for some small bugs (random reboot aroung 3:00 AM when I'm sleeping, requirement for /data decryption).

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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    Should this be a Community or FAQ posting?
    – wbogacz
    Commented Dec 28, 2017 at 13:00

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