In this guide on Samsung One UI Customization where we talk about various options to customize and enhance the new Samsung One UI, I am going to show you how you can have an improved and enhanced multi-window experience on Samsung One UI powered Samsung devices that works just like it used to in Oreo.
I am not saying I don’t like Samsung One UI. In fact, I love it. But then I heard people whining about some previous features available in oreo not there in Samsung One UI anymore. They are either deprecated or completely removed such as the Multi Window.
In my recent few videos on Samsung One UI update, I received a lot of attention and responses on what’s people are missing in Samsung One UI.
So this series is an attempt to bring back all those features that people relished on Oreo and still want them on Samsung one UI.
How you can get the Multi Windows support in Samsung One UI
In my previous one, I showed how to remap Bixby key to Google Assistant, Customize Navigation bar, and also change the Clock Position and customize the Notification bar.
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Now let’s get to the point and bring back the old school Oreo multi Window feature to our Samsung devices such as the S8, S9, S10, Note 8, Note 9 and now the A8, A7 also.
- So in your Galaxy device, go to Galaxy Apps and search for Good Lock
- Install it or update it to the latest available version. if it’s not available in your country, use VPN, clear Galaxy App data and then search and install Good lock App
- Once installed, open the Good Lock app and tap on Task Changer
- This will take you to the Galaxy Apps again. Install the Task Changer plugin and the go back to Good Lock app
- Now tap again on Tasks Changer and this time, it will open up some settings
- Now, all you have to do is Turn on the Task Changer. That’s it. Press Recent task key and use it in multi window
- Or just swipe from the upper left corner to minimize the app and use it in floating mode. Set transparency level or simply minimize it to Facebook Messenger like popup
- You can also add the desired app to multi-window just like you used to do in Oreo. Tap on this and choose an app that you want to run side by side
- You can also change the position of apps
- Just tap on the dividing bar and tap switch icon.
- So there you have it, the easiest way to bring back the Multi Window experience that you had and loved on Samsung Oreo now on Samsung One UI. Again, with No Root, No PC and No special privileges.
[VIDEO GUIDE] How to use Multi Window in Samsung One UI
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