The ‘Multiple User Profiles’ is the feature you see in Nexus tablets running Jelly bean or Higher and is available only for tablets. Why only for Tablets? Because tablets often migrate between various people in the same household. Lord knows, you wouldn’t want your kids candycrush, dad’s finance, newspaper apps littering your home screens, right! But these days even the mobiles aren’t personnel anymore. So being able to give them their own sign in would be positive for all. But how, this isn’t available for smartphones! Those who concern much about their privacy and security of the content on their smartphones, for them here is the quick guide on “How to Enable Multiple User Profiles on Nexus 4 or 5 ?” So, Lets get started.
1. To enable Multiple Users, your device must be rooted and have Xposed Frameworks installed and running. If not then go through the below two links on how to root and work out with Xposed Frameworks.
2. Now tap this link from your smartphone to download the “Multi Users” Xposed Module, when download completes install it and tap the “Activate and Reboot” your device notification that pops.
3. After successful reboot, Open Multi Users > tap that “Manage Users” button and add a User or a Restricted Profile.
Switching between Users is just one tap away
i. Enable Users under Power Menu, you can find this option in ‘Multi Users’ app. It is advised not to enable this feature as this would slow down your Power menu appearance.
ii. Lock Screen, Auto Enabled.
Like the way how this thing works then share it, if you concern not only about your content but also about your fellow Nexus owners. 🙂