Google’s latest mobile operating system Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes with awesome features. One of the hidden features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow is Multi-Window Mode.
Multi-Window Mode lets users to run two apps simultaneously in split view on the large screen of Android devices. Let us go through the steps to enable Multi-Windows on Android 6.0 for both rooted and non-rooted devices.
How To Enable Multi Window in Android 6.0 Marshmallow
For Non-Rooted Android Device
Boot the device into recovery mode. Switch off the device and then press and hold he Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously for a few seconds.
Download ADB Tools on your computer.
Connect your device to the computer.
In recovery mode mount your system by going to Mounts then click System.
Open ADB folder and right click in an empty space insider the folder, while holding the Shift key.
Select the option “Open Command Window here”.
Run the following command in the command prompt:
adb pull / system / build.prop
The command will fetch a build.prop file. Open this file using Notepad++ on Windows.
Find line “ro.build.type” from the build.prop file
Now, change the text “user” to “userdebug” and save the changes in the file.
Go back to the cmd window and type in the following command then press Enter:
adb push build.prop / system/
Now, open a shell bu running the command:
Once a new adb shell open, enter the following command and hit Enter.
chmod 644 build.prop
Reboot your Android device.
When the device boots up go to Developer options under Settings and scroll down and enable the mulit-window.
For Rooted Android Devices
Download build.prop editor
Edit it to userdebug from user
Reboot your device when prompted.
Reboot device, go to Developer options under Settings, scroll down under Settings and scroll down and enable the mulit-window.