Step 10. Search for “Xmultiwindow” and select it.
Step 11. Swipe to right “Versions” tab and hit “Download” on the latest version.
Step 12. Install the XMultiWindow app.
Step 13. Next choose “Modules” in menu for Xposed Installer app.
Step 14. Make sure XMultiWindow is checked ON.
Step 15. Reboot your phone.
Step 16. Once rebooted, open the Multi-Window Sidebar app.
Step 17. Choose “Select Apps” and add all of your favorite apps you want to add.
Step 18. Next choose “Drag Launch Mode” and select “XMultiWindow”.
Step 19. Next choose “Tap Launch Mode” and choose “XMultiWindow (Top)” or “XMultiWindow (Bottom)”.
Step 20. Hit the Play button on the top-right and you should see a sidebar tab appear.
Step 21. Press on the tab then select-and-drag the apps you want to multi-task to top and bottom.
That’s it! Now you should have fully-working multi-window on your rooted Android device!
Q: My keyboard isn’t working!
A: Try dragging the app again to the Top of Bottom of the Window. This app has a bug where the keyboard only works on the last app dragged (which may be fixed by the time you see this tutorial) but you can simply drag app again to get keyboard working.
Credits – XDA <— Please donate to the developer or hit the Thanks button on XDA if you like this app!
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