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Official Xposed Framework For Android Nougat Download

Official Xposed Framework for Android Nougat is Here – Download your Favorite Modules Now! Download XPOSED for NOUGAT 7.0 &7.1.It has not been Officially Released yet. Rovo89 Gives Update on Current Status of XPOSED for Android Nougat.This Xposed Version is also work on CM14.1 aka CM14 ROMS.




Xposed is a Framework For Module that can Change the Android System and Apps behavior.Xposed Framework is great Tool for Customizing Android According to your Needs.Xposed Framework is easily among the best mods to ever come out for the third party Android Development.Now you can Download Xposed for Nougat.




Requirements :

1- Your Android Device is Rooted.
2- Recovery - "Twrp" OR "CWM ".



Download Section :

Download Xposed Installer v3.1.2 (Attachment)

Xposed Installer for Nougat  7.0 (SDK24) Download

Xposed Installer for Nougat  7.1 (SDK25) Download


How do Xposed Modules work?

The gist of it is that the Xposed Framework allows modules to “hook” into the Java methods of any application—be it user-installed or a system application. Xposed lets modules execute their own methods before, during, or in place of the original methods of the target application.

For instance, imagine a method used in the Gmail application that posts notifications for new emails. By default, the method creates a new notification with buttons to archive/delete or reply to the email. A Xposed Module could be made to hook into this method and add a new button such as “mark as read.” (Yes, there’s already a Module for just that.)

The above is an over-simplification of the end result of what the Xposed Framework allows its modules to do. The Framework itself is incredibly complex and making it work nearly universally on rooted devices—without needing a custom ROM—is why Xposed for Android Nougat has taken so long to complete.



What Is The Xposed Framework And How Can It Benefit You [Android]

Xposed framework is a base application for rooted Android devices allowing the installation of numerous modules. The modules will let you easily customize your Android without having to install a new ROM or kernel. What makes the modules different from those apps in the Play Store is that the modules make changes to the system level and modify certain behavior of the phone. They will require root permission, which most apps in the Play store don’t have access to.


Installing the Xposed framework

The first thing you will need to do is install the Xposed framework. Head over to their site and download the APK file. Remember, you will need to already have your Android rooted and the option turned on in your Android settings menu to install apps from apk file.


Xposed Framework Modules

Once the Xposed framework is up and running, you will need to find some modules. The modules let you tweak apps without messing with the APK file. Some of the modules are pretty simple tweaks while others change a lot. Let’s take a look at a some of them to give you an idea of what’s out there.


All Notifications Expanded

I am not a fan of how the Android notification bar decides which notifications to expand and which to collapse. I’d rather have all of them displayed as expanded for easier access on my end. This is the module I use to help with that.


PerAppFonts

PerAppFonts lets you change the fonts on your Android. You can either change the fonts globally or for individual apps. For example, you want to have a graffiti style app for your menus but not when you are reading the web or on your Kindle app. The PerAppFonts module can make that happen.


YouTube AdAway

YouTube Away lets you eliminate the ads when you are watching videos on YouTube. This module also eliminates branding layers (Logo and videos suggestions) and countries restrictions. If your country tells you what you can’t watch, this module might help you out.


App Settings

App Settings is a really useful module. When installed, you will have the ability to tweak different settings like enabling full screen mode, hiding the title bar and changing the font scale. These settings can be changed on a per-app basis. If there is an app you use all of the time, you can tweak it to your liking with this module.


Conclusion

The Xposed framework can be super useful as a way to tweak the way apps react to certain actions or the way they look. A lot of times, a custom ROM can be a compromise. You might be installing the custom ROM to achieve a few features but dislike others. Adding the Xposed framework might be a good way for you to get what you want with minimal work.

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