Multi Window mode is not new to Android but it was never natively supported on Android devices. It was featured in some custom ROMs and through 3rd party apps. Finally, Google has decided to include this feature in Marshmallow but it was brought down for unknown reasons. However, we can bring it back as it’s just hidden inside the Marshmallow OS. To make the most out of your Android device running the latest and greatest Marshmallow, follow our guide to Enable Multi Window Mode On Android Marshmallow. Note that, for this guide, you need root and some brains. Ensure that you’re running the latest version of Android, which happens to be Marshmallow.
Note that, for this guide, you need root and some tweaking around the system files. If you’ve lost somewhere in the guide, you can reach us for help. Before you begin, ensure that you’re running the latest version Marshmallow build on your Android device.
Enable Multi Window Mode On Android Marshmallow
- Head over to the Google Play Store, and install an application called Build.prop editor.
- Fire up the application, and go ahead and find the line which reads the following text: ro.build.type
- You’ll have the value of this code right beside it, and all you need to do is change “userdebug” from “user”.
- Save the workspace, and reboot your Android device when prompted.
- Head over to the Developers Options in your device’s Settings menu, and scroll all the way down to find the column named ‘Drawing‘.
- Tap to enable this amazing feature, and have fun!
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