Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users are rejoicing as they are receiving the much-awaited Oreo update along with the March Security Patch. But there’s more. Now you can install Xposed on Galaxy Note 8 running the latest Android Oreo update.
Xposed Android Oreo update came out a few days ago and some of its modules were found running on the Note 8 without any issue. For those who don’t know what Xposed framework means, it is a framework that allows an Android user to install other apps/mods/tweak with system level functionality without having to flash them via custom recovery.
For a quick roundup, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has a 6.3 inch Super AMOLED QHD+ display with 6 GB of RAM. Powering the phone is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 SoC. On the rear, there is a dual 12+12 MP camera setup and an 8 MP camera handles the selfie duties. IP68 certification, fast wireless charging and edge panel are some handy additions.
Xposed for Galaxy Note 8
If you are someone who is not into flashing custom ROMs but still want the same level of customization options, Xposed Framework is the option to go for. Moreover, you can stay on your stock ROM having Xposed installed.
Some of the Xposed modules that are working on the Note 8 are-
- Gravity Box
- Buttered Toast
- Adblocker reborn
- Soundcloud adaway
- No device check
- X screen stabilizer
- Status bar download progress
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Steps to Install Xposed Framework on the Galaxy Note 8
- Install TWRP recovery on your phone. Follow the link appearing below for a guide to install TWRP recovery on Note 8.
- Download the Xposed Framework for your phone and copy it to your phone. Follow the link:
- Power off your device.
- Boot it into recovery mode.
- Tap on install.
- Flash the “xposed-v90-sdk27-arm64-beta3.zip” which you downloaded in the 2nd step.
- Once the file is flashed, reboot your phone normally.
- Once rebooted, download the Xposed Framework by following the link:
- Install the Xposed installer.
You are good to go now.
This is the easiest way to install Xposed modules on your note 8 running Android Oreo. Let us know how you felt about the Xposed modules on your device.