Android L is the latest edition by Google to its Android series. No doubt, it’ll be one of the finest Android version till date with many new features it comes with. In case you loved the interface of Android L, then you might be familiar with the heads up notifications. This amazing feature is wishlist of every Android user but currently Android L is limited to only a number of devices like Nexus and Moto series. Feeling alienated? Don’t worry as today at GizmoStorm, we are here with How To Get Android L Heads Up Notification On Any Android:
How To Get Android L Heads Up Notification On Any Android
Method 1: Without Root
This is the most popular and easiest method to get Android L heads up notifications! There is an app called Heads Up! on the Play Store which you can grab for an amount of $0.99. if you are a guy from the XDA Community, head over to the thread and get that app for free! But we highly recommend the paid version of App from Google Play.
All you need to so is to install the app and tap on the Start option. If you are curious to know more on this stuff then you can tap the Options to know more! This app is currently available for Android devices running on Android 4.0 and above.
Method 2: With Root
Got a rooted device running on Android 4.0? If yes, getting Heads Up Notification on your Android is just a piece of cake! Before we begin, you need:
- Rooted Android device.
- Xposed Framework installed on your Android.
- Allow apps to Install from unknown sources.
Please make sure your Android fulfils all the above stated requirements. Do this at your own risk. You are doing this because you want to do this. Neither me nor the developer is responsible if anything happens to your device as running rooted Android apps is always subjected to risk factors.
Step 1: Head over to Xposed Installer and move to Download section. Search for Heads Up Notification and tap the download button.
Step 2: Reboot your Device.
Step 3: Open the app drawer, you’ll see Heads Up Notification app listed there. Configure it as you want.
Though both the methods are equally efficient. Unlike Xposed module, Heads Up! will not take over all of your notifications automatically. Instead, you are allowed to add any app to a Whitelist and you’ll get notification for those apps only.