Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
Multiple user account support found in Android Jelly Bean
| by Naina Khedekar |
For those waiting to see multiple accounts on Android, there seems to be enough evidence for this possibility. So, in the future we could see the smartphone homescreen showing multiple account options like those we see on our desktops. The developers at XDA discovered that even with Jelly Bean you can activate a multi-user account function. A user named zanderman112 shows in a video how to activate this function on an Android device. The device he uses is a Galaxy S III running Jelly Bean. However, it is not recommended as it is not a complete function yet, and wont work smoothly. Still, this reveals that multiple user accounts exist in the Android code readily available from Google.
Multi-user accounts for Android
Here's the video by zanderman112:
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