N-ify Brings More Android N features To Lollipop And Marshmallow Devices


N-ify, an Xposed module that provides some of the best features of Android N for lollipop and Marshmallow, has received a major update.

N-ify Brings More Android N features To Lollipop And Marshmallow Devices

Following our pervious post back in March we discuss about N-ify. At the time the module was promising, as it only offered a few feature of Android N as at then which includes: Settings menu subtitles (the descriptions shown beneath the main categories in the Settings menu) and double-tap to switch to the last used app. N-ify developer MrWasdennnoch promised he would add more functionality, and version 0.2.0 of N-ify delivers just that.

The “just updated version” brings three big features that were previously exclusive to Android N preview: the new notification design, the new quick settings, and the new recents design. But there’s more – here’s the full changelog:

    • New notification design
    • New status bar header design
    • New Recents design
    • More double-tap fixes
    • Use Recents button to
    • return to last app
    • return to current app
    • navigate through Recents
    • Option to restart SystemUI
    • App theme switch
    • About screen in app
    • Option to force English app language
    • Dutch, Farsi, French, Korean, Polish, Russian, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese translation

MrWasdennnoch is working to add even more Android N features to the next version of the N-ify Xposed module. Which includes quick reply, quick settings animation, night mode and more.

There are a couple of known issues with N-ify 0.2.0: the “clear all” button in recents misbehaves occasionally, and the volume panel and heads-up notifications can be the wrong size on some devices.

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N-ify works with devices running Lollipop or Marshmallow without major OEM modifications. Stock-like devices won’t have any problems, but phones running TouchWiz or LG UX likely will. Root access is needed to install the Xposed module framework.

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What do you think about the module? will you give it a try?


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