Xposed Framework for Android Oreo is now officially available. Today, we are bringing you the best Xposed Modules for Android Oreo. Not all the Xposed Modules work with Android Oreo. Hence, we have handpicked the best Xposed Modules for Oreo for you choose from!
Xposed Framework is definitely one of the best things to have ever happened to the Android Development Community. We all know that the power of Android is its customizability. But Xposed Framework takes the Android Customization to the next level. With Xposed, it is not just about changing the wallpapers and themes, nope! You can go all-in and customize the very way your device works every day. Read ahead for a handpicked list of Xposed Modules for Oreo.
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Xposed Modules for Oreo
Every time a new version of the Android is released, the end users rejoice. But the developers, not so much. With every new release of Android, Google is upping its game as far as security is concerned. There are far fewer vulnerabilities and hence far fewer ways for the developers to get their stuff to work.
The same applies to Xposed Framework as well. Every time a new Android version is released, there is a considerable amount of wait time for the Xposed Framework to be available for the newest Android version. Xposed for Android Oreo was officially released a couple of weeks ago. We had already brought you the list of Xposed Modules for Nougat. Today, we are bringing you an exclusive list of the best Xposed Modules for Android Oreo.
- You must have Xposed Framework installed on your device running Android Oreo:
- Make a complete backup of your device before proceeding.
Best Xposed Modules for Android Oreo
Here comes the list of best (in the sense, they are my personal favorites) Xposed Modules for Oreo:
YouTube Swipe to Seek
A great module to enable swipe to seek on the official YouTube app, like some third party video players such as MX Player. Swipe left-right to seek, swipe up-down to change volume in youtube video player. Changing volume only works if you’re in full-screen mode.
Statusbar Download Progress
Tired of having to swipe down the notification every time to check the progress of your downloads? This Xposed module allows you to have the progress of your ongoing download in front of your eyes; saving you from interrupting your current activity every time you want to check for progress.
This Xposed Module lets you clean the unnecessary clutter from the lockscreen. Clean up your lockscreen by removing unnecessary elements like the backspace button, dialer keypad style numbers (2 ABC 3 DEF 4 GHI etc), carrier label, owner info, alarm info, status bar icons, date, phone/camera/lock icons, and more. Now has configuration options! To access them, open the xposed installer, go to modules, and tap the Clean Lockscreen title.
True Silent Mode
Missing the good old Silent Mode on your device? This Xposed module will restore the good old silent mode we used to enjoy, in the older versions of Android. Google made a bad call when they got rid of the Silent Mode in Lollipop, this module completely restores the good old silent mode from Kitkat and adds some advanced options. Additionally, you get an option to allow your alarm clock to work in the “None” interruption mode.
In case if you don’t know already, you cannot search for NSFW (Not Safe For Work) GIFs via the Google Keyboard. This Xposed Module lets you search for them!
Owing to security reasons, some apps, such as finance/banking, enterprise, or audio/video apps will not run if your phone is rooted. This module allows you to hide the rooting status of your device from such apps. You select from a list of your installed apps (or add a custom entry), and using a variety of methods, it will completely and transparently hide the signs of root from that app.
Lock screen clock mods
If it is not pretty obvious from the name already, this module lets you customize the clock on your lockscreen. You can change the text size, font, color, style, etc. Plus, there is a bonus option to change the carrier label text as well.
According to the developer: XPrivacyLua is not a permission manager, but a privacy manager. XPrivacyLua doesn’t block things and doesn’t revoke permissions, but does replace real data with fake data. This means you can grant Android permissions to an app and still let XPrivacyLua prevent the app from seeing private/sensitive data. Revoking permissions can result in an app refusing to work and/or to crash. However, replacing real with fake data generally doesn’t let an app crash.
iFont is an awesome module which lets the users change the Android System Font to pretty much any font they want to.
Amplify Battery Extender
Amplify is the modern day juice defender. It helps you extend the battery life of your device by controlling how often your device can wake up, and how long it can stay awake. There are some pretty nice predefined options for those who don’t like to mess around. If you are a power user, you can dig into the settings and customize the values!
There you have it, the best Xposed Modules for Android Oreo. Download these Xposed Modules and start customizing your device to your heart’s content!
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