Everything good is to be expected, but the wait to have a stable and official version of Xposed Framework in Android Nougat is over. So far what we had was an adaptation of third parties with many limitations that gave problems with several Xposed modules.
This stable version comes a few months after Android Oreo is introduced, but given the amount of work behind adapting each version to changes in the operating system, and that Oreo is only 0.2% of devices, not it seems a very unreasonable delay. Android Nougat stood at 16% of devices earlier this month.
One more reason to roster in Nougat
Xposed is for many ones of the top reasons to root your devices. Its modules can interact with any user or system application, allowing configurations, customizations, and functionalities without limitations. Some of the most popular Xposed modules allow you to modify the status bar, customize WhatsApp or modify YouTube, to name a few.
Android Nougat introduced drastic changes in the way the Android Runtime (ART) works, with the compilation Just in Time (JIT). The work to modify Xposed Framework so that it remains universal, without having to be integrated into ROM, has been arduous. Android Oreo has introduced few changes in this respect, so the adaptation of Xposed Framework for this version should be much faster.
You can find complete information and all the download links in the information thread in XDA. You can find Xposed Installer 1.32 here, the framework for Android Nougat 7.0 here and for Nougat 7.1 here.
Of course, before you go to the adventure I recommend reading the thread XDA, apparently, there are some incompatibilities and boot loops, especially on Samsung mobile.
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