Android N — the next major release of the Android operating system — is in its infancy, though it’s slowly gaining weight. This is our living document of what’s new. There will be updates. Many updates.
The yearly cycle of Android upgrades has started early in 2016, with the first Android N Developer Preview dropping a full month and a half ahead of the annual Google I/O developer conference. That change in and of itself should be an indicator that big things are at work here, even if they’re not entirely apparent at first.
And because this is Android we’re talking about, it gets a little complicated. There are lots of things that go into a major new release. Open-source code drops. Device factory images. New APIs for developers. Minute features for a small subset of Android devices that, while important, will change once the mass market starts seeing updates many months from now.
How to Install Xposed Framework On Android N
Xposed Framework For Android N is not yet available for now. As a lot of developments steps are going on. Even the android N is in BETA.
So my recommendation is to not to waste time searching the xposed framework support for the android n or try flashing some unauthenticated xposed framework.zip file which might lead to ultimately break your device.