Xposed Framework is quite popular among rooted Android OS users. This is an advanced technique to modify your Android phone without making any permanent changes to the core Android system. With the help of several Xposed modules, you can modify your Android phone as your like, With several of its modules, you can block or remove ads, watch YouTube on a locked screen, change colors, fonts, of UX, and lots more. now, it Xposed comes to Magisk modules in support for Nougat. See how to install Xposed simply via a Xposed module.

Magisk is a new rooting procedure for Android phones. Now, Xposed has been supported by the popular Magisk Manager as one of the several modules in its repository. Moreover, Magisk is systemless this makes it easier to setup and use. It will also let you download OTA updates and use Android Pay and retain the Safety Net.

ErnyTech, the developer who brought Xposed Framework for 7.0 or 7.1.x Nougat onto all the Android devices, have now also deployed this as one of its Magisk module bringing compatibility to Android 7.0 Nougat or later.

For Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow or earlier OS versions, the best way is to flash the stable Xposed Framework v87. It is stable for MM or earlier like Lollipop or KitKat.

Read: Regular Xposed for Nougat without Magisk.

Download Xposed for Nougat Magisk modules

Flash SDK25 package if your device is running Android 7.1 Nougat or later

-Xposed SDK25 ARM64 Magisk Systemless
-Xposed SDK25 ARM Magisk Systemless
-Xposed SDK25 X86 Magisk Systemless

Flash SDK24 package if your device is running Android 7.0 Nougat 

-Xposed SDK24 ARM64 Magisk Systemless
-Xposed SDK24 ARM Magisk Systemless
-Xposed SDK24 X86 Magisk Systemless

Download Xposed for Nougat Magisk.

Read: How to check the processor architecture ARM, ARM64, or x86?

How to install Xposed for Nougat via latest Magisk?

In order to setup Xposed Framework using Magisk, you can simply go to the Magisk Manager app, then go to its modules and install the Xposed module right from within the app.

However, if that doesn’t work, then simply flash the Xposed zip from above for magisk and operate from within the app.

Step 1: First of all, make sure your Android device is rooted with latest Magisk v13.3 or later. See how to install Magisk.

Step 2: Make sure your device has the latest TWRP and Unlocked Bootloader.

Step 3: Download the appropriate Xposed zip file along with the Xposed Uninstaller zip.

Step 4: Transfer all the Xposed via Magisk installer and uninstaller zips to device’s internal storage.

Step 5: Reboot phone into TWRP recovery. Use Advanced reboot option from Developer Options.

Step 6: Take a full Nandroid backup from TWRP.

Step 7: Flash the Xposed Magisk installer zip.

Step 8: Reboot to system.

Step 9: Run Magisk Manager.

Step 10: Go to modules and verify Xposed is working.

That’s it. Start using Xposed Framework modules.