A detailed step by step guide on how to enable multiple user accounts on any Android device with or without root. Google includes the user accounts feature as a part of the AOSP code, which allows users to share a device with someone you know. It’s similar to having multiple accounts on a computer. As such, some OEMs like Samsung and LG choose to remove this feature from their custom skins. Since this feature is pretty much cool to have multiple accounts on one device and have a sperate space for each account we have a way to add it on all the devices simply follow the steps given down and you will get this amazing feature on your device.
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- Devices with Root Access: Download and install Build.porp editor-
- Devices without Root Access: Read our guide below to edit Build.prop file without root- Guide to Edit Build.prop without root
Steps to Enable Multi-User Support By Editing The Build.prop File
Step 1: Open up the BuildProp Editor app. Now Tap on the “pen” like icon in the top-right corner, to start editing the build.prop file.
Step 2: Once build.prop file has opened up in editing mode, scroll down to the bottom and add the following lines.
Step 3: Once you are done with step no.2, Tap on the save icon in the top-right and select “Save & exit”.
Step 4: Reboot your device for the changes to take place. You will now have multiple user accounts feature in the Quick Settings page in your Android device.
Congratulations! You have successfully enabled Multiple user accounts on your device.
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