Android 6.0 Marshmallow’s multi-window mode is well hidden, but easily enabled! Among the many new features of Marshmallow, this feature has long been popular with Google OS users. However, this is disabled by default and requires a little manipulation for it to work on your device.
Why is multi-window not enabled by default in Android 6.0 Marshmallow? It will remain a secret. Still, this option exists. It’s even available since the developer preview released in May. However, if your phone (or tablet) is not rooted and you don’t change any of the system files, you won’t be able to enjoy it.
The operation is very simple but precise. Neither Moyens I/O nor the author of this article can be held responsible for any damage that may occur to your device in case of any problem. However, if you follow our instructions correctly, you can be sure that it is risk-free.
1. It will be mandatory to start root your device. Feel free to refer to our file to learn everything about rooting Android.
2. Then a root file explorer with text editor Unified. The Build.prop editor is perfect for this purpose. Moreover, it is available for free on the Google Play Store.
3. Start the explorer and open the folder “system”.
4. Open the file “insha.prop”go to the end of the file and add the following line.
5. Restart your phone.
6. Enable developer mode using our tutorial. Then when enabled, go to the menu “Developer Options” and check the multi window box.
Once this is done, multi-window should be enabled on your device. Launch a few apps to check and then recent apps menu. Then a button will appear in the title bar of each app to let you open it in multi-window.