The Galaxy G7 (2017) Allows You To Use More Than One Account On Facebook And Facebook

Jul

30

2017

Samsung introduced the 2017 version of its Galaxy J7 smartphone with an important feature that many users want, namely, access to two different accounts via messaging applications and social networking sites.

Users who have more than one account via Watts, Facebook and others have multiple tricks, including the use of external applications, as well as manipulation of operating systems, which sometimes requires a “Root” process for the Android system.

For Samsung, it provided a way to achieve this through the “Secure Folder” feature that is available on most of the smart phones operating version 7.0 “Noga” of the operating system Android.

The Secure Folder feature creates a private environment that is protected and separate from the regular data on the phone, which means that the user is able to install the Windows Live app and Facebook within the safe folder and access accounts different from those on the main versions of applications on the phone.

But with the new Galaxy G7, Samsung has provided a direct way to use separate accounts. The phone comes with a feature called Dual Messenger, which installs different versions of applications on the device, showing the user two shortcuts per application on the screen Home.

The “dual messenger” feature supports applications such as WattsUp, Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Skype, Snape Chat, and other applications that do not support using more than one account on a single device.

For the users of the Galaxy G7 – 2017, the Double Messenger feature can be accessed by going to Settings and then the list of advanced features, where the feature can be activated for each application.

When you do the feature, the user will see two separate shortcuts for each application that he has activated on the Applications page with a small string icon indicating that this shortcut is the second.

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