As they progress, Android versions add more features and options. This causes the out-of-date terminals to become obsolete.
You can keep up with the times by installing the new Pixel Launcher on any phone even without root. This launcher comes standard with the latest terminals.
All the news of the new Android pie Pixel launcher are quite useful, although some are mainly bug fixes.
How to have Android Pixel Launcher on any phone without root
With the exception of some older versions of Android, or others with some modifications of the manufacturer, you should be able to run Pixel Launcher on your terminal, and the best thing is that you do not need root.
The first thing to do is to download the APK, it is not something you can find directly in the Play Store. It’s a version created by the Quinny899 user, but it works great.
To install it you need to activate installations from unknown sources on Android. Once you have downloaded the APK, you just have to try opening it and it will ask you if you want to install it. Tell him yes.
The next step will be to configure it as a launcher. The easiest thing is to press the home button directly, and it will ask you which launcher you want to use. Select the pixel launcher and select the option to remember, otherwise you will be asked each time.
The last thing you need to do is give the necessary permissions so you have access to location, phone and storage space.
You can not skip this step, but most likely you end up having some problems and some features are missing. To do this, go to the configuration and click on Applications> Pixel launcher> Permissions.
Here you can select which ones to activate (I recommend it all, but it depends on you) It works on virtually all devices without root, but it would be great to leave a comment below with your template and if it worked properly to create a list.
Which launcher did you use before? Are you going to stay with pixel launcher? Comment and share.