If you own the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus or have a Galaxy Note 9 that is already updating in Europe to Android 9 Pie, or, in short, you have a terminal Samsung that has the latest operating system of GoogleYou may be disoriented in some respects. One of them is how the multi-window mode waves pop-up windows. Do not worry; the option has not been lost. This is how you do it.
Android 9 Pie arrives with One UI, Samsung’s new layer, and some things have changed
If you have already made the leap to Android 9 Pie with a Samsung terminal, you will be experimenting with the changes of the Samsung Experience, the until now Android layer in the terminals of the Korean firm, and One UI. One UI has been released in its version 1.0 in the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus that already received its stable version on Christmas Eve, and since this Friday and complying with its roadmap, it is also arriving in a stable version for the Galaxy Note 9 in regions such as Germany.
One UI is the new layer of Android and comes in version 1.0 to the devices of this OS signed by Samsung. In addition to introducing new features of Foot or typical of this new layer, such as adaptive battery, night mode, camera enhancements or the famous gesture navigation systemThe truth is that you may have lost some routines along the way that you were already used to doing.
However, they have not been lost: only the way of accessing them has changed. One of these examples is multi-window mode or pop-ups for applications. If you want to work on a Doc while watching a series of Netflix or keep active the Pokemon go while you consult Twitter or RedditDon’t worry, with your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus or Note 9 and with Android 9 Pie you can.
How to enable multi-window mode or pop-ups for apps in One UI with Android 9 Pie
What you have to do is open the tab recent apps (right button to the Start button in the navigation buttons of your terminal) and hold your finger on the app in question that you have recently opened. A drop-down contextual menu will then open with the option to either open the pop-up window or open it in multi-window mode.
This has been detailed by colleagues from Sammobile who have already been able to fully test the new Samsung interface in the latest versions.