In order to use the new version of Xposed, you’ll need to install it via flashing a file in a custom recovery like TWRP, and then using the root-enabled Xposed installer. Obviously, if you’re not sure what you’re doing or haven’t backed up your device, proceed with caution.
Since the framework is freshly updated, some Xposed modules may also need to be updated by their developers before they work correctly. Find out more information from XDA and Android Police post below.
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