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Xposed framework for Android 6.0 Marshmallow could arrive this week
Towards the end of October we told you that Xposed framework for Android 6.0 Marshmallow would soon become available for all. While that’s still the case, we’re now getting word of an official, yet still tentative, release date. According to developer rovo89 on XDA, we could see the first stable version of Xposed released sometime later this week.
The developer says he currently has Xposed running on his Nexus 9, and he’s fixed the root cause of a few main crashes, which he says needed ample time for analysis. And although there are a few more things he needs to test out before releasing the framework to the masses, we can expect a stable release by the week’s end. He also notes that even though it will likely be stable enough for everyday use, not all modules will work out of the box due to the amount of changes in AOSP.
It shouldn’t be long now until Xposed becomes available for all. We’ll be sure to let you know if we hear anything regarding a release date.