Xposed Framework For Android 9

Xposed Framework For Android 9
Xposed Framework For Android 9

Xposed Framework is a very popular Android App which can be installed only on Rooted Devices. Well, the main purpose of installing Xposed is to mod Android Phones. If you have installed Magisk to root your Device then you know that it’s similar like Xposed because in Magisk Manager there is a separate session of Modules where you can install Magisk Modules, but Xposed Modules is more powerful and can modify more than Magisk Modules. Xposed is not officially released for Android 9 but it’s available for older devices.

Since the project is opensource many developers have unofficially ported Xposed Framework on Android 9. Well, I have tested some of these but only got success with EdXposed Framework and also I have tested this app on my 4 Devices (OnePlus 6T, OnePlus 7, Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro) and I confirmed that EdXposed Framework is working properly.

Now, Let talk about how can we install this on our device. The process is very easy, You have to install Riru Core, EdXposed Zip, and EdXposed Installer. Well, there is 2 version of EdXposed Zip File available online. The first is EdXposed Yahfa and the Second is EdXposed Sandhook. So you have to install EdXposed SandHook.

How to install EdXposed Framework on Android 9 (Quick and Easy)

Riru Core and EdXposed SandHook
Riru Core and EdXposed SandHook Installed Via Magisk
  1. Download Riru Core Zip File and Install it via Magisk Manager
  2. Download EdXposed (SandHook) Zip File and Install it via Magisk Manager
  3. Reboot your Android Phone
  4. Now Finally, Install EdXposed Installer Apk
EdXposed Installer
EdXposed Installer

Now Finally you have installed Xposed Framework on Android 9. But let me tell you one thing, this is an Unofficial Version of App made from the official source. So guys install this Framework on your own risk, also not all Xposed modules are supported in Android 9. They must be updated to work with the latest version, But the good news is I have tested some of the modules on EdXposed and it’s working properly.

So, if you have successfully installed this Xposed Framework on Android 9 then let me know by commenting down below.

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