How to Enable Android Q Bubble Using ADB Command

Recently launched Android Q beta 2 promised the whole new multitasking features and lots more innovative features that we will see in upcoming days. In this tutorial, I will show you how to enable Android Q bubble features using ADB commands.

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This feature is very important for messaging apps such as WhatsApp, Google Hangout, and Google Message. However, this feature may be will not work all apps.

Enable Android Q Bubbles Using ADB

Download ADB command shell and open the folder and press Shift+Right click from the mouse and click on PowerShell or Command Prompt.

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adb shell settings put secure experiment_enable_bubbles 1

adb shell settings put secure experiment_autobubble_messaging 1

You can also enable Bubbles for all notifications with a similar command, listed below. You can drag those bubbles all around the screen.

adb shell settings put secure experiment_autobubble_all 1

This ADB command below lets you choose between having the bubble above the notification instead of below it.

adb shell settings put secure experiment_enable_top_bubbles 1

If you want back to revert changes then follow this command lines. Its help you to get back in position.

adb shell settings delete secure experiment_enable_bubbles

adb shell settings delete secure experiment_autobubble messaging

adb shell settings delete secure experiment_autobubble_all

adb shell settings delete secure experiment_enable_top_bubbles 

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Last Updated on September 22, 2019 by Admin

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