Ever tried using the split screen mode of Android only to find that the app you wanted to split does not support it? Even apps with a big name such as ESPN still do not support the feature, although most Android devices have a split screen. So instead of waiting for the developers, what about enforcing compatibility?
If your phone or tablet is running Android 7.0 Nougat or newer, you can force all apps to support split screen, regardless of whether the developer turns it on or not. To do this, you must activate the developer options, so open Settings and type "Build" in the search bar. Tap the "Build number" result and then tap the actual "Build number" item 7 times. Enter your PIN and developer options are enabled.
Now you see & # 39; Developer Options & # 39; as the last item on your Settings main page. If you don't see it, go to "System" and then "Advanced". Once you are in the Developer Options menu, scroll down and find "Force Activities to Change". Turn this switch on and restart your phone. Presto! All your apps now support split screen mode.