The latest adaptation of Android has as of now been made accessible to specific gadgets for beta testing, however we won’t see the official arrival of Android N until at some point in the not so distant future. The inconvenience here is that Google has made it truly difficult to hold up calmly, in light of the fact that they’ve fundamentally quite recently teased us with a huge visual upgrade to the world’s greatest versatile OS Operating System.
For the eager people out there, we secured a Xposed module called Android N-ify that gave you Android N’s updated Settings menu on Lollipop or Marshmallow. However, this module as of late got an enormous upgrade, and now you can get the new-style warnings, Quick Settings board, and late applications too, so it’s unquestionably worth returning to.
Installing the Android N’s Module
As I said, this is a mod we’ve secured some time recently, and the main part of the set-up procedure has stayed unaltered. So as opposed to covering the majority of the minor subtle elements once more, I’ll basically demonstrate to you best practices to empower and modify the new components in Android N-ify.
Getting the New Features
With the module introduced and initiated, the majority of the new Android N-style changes will be empowered as a matter of course. In any case, on the off chance that you’d like to change any of these, the applicable settings are in the Recents, Status bar header, and Notifications sections.
From here, you can select to leave the Quick Settings board foundation shading unaltered, you can conceal symbols from the Android N-style smaller than usual Quick Settings perspective, and you can set custom accent hues for the new warnings, in addition to other things.
Be that as it may, once you have everything set up to your loving, your telephone or tablet will look and feel precisely like the up and coming rendition of Android. The new notice shade incorporates a modest bunch of little Quick Settings, yet you can extend it to see the full suite. Beside that, warnings have been re-styled in the look of Android N, and passages in the late applications menu now don greater sneak peak thumbnails, much the same as Android N.