Many music apps do have visualizer which we have seen many times. But what about our very own Android phone? Why can’t we have a good looking music visualizer to the navigation bar on Android phones?
Well, Now since rooting has made many things possible which were previously un-thoughtful and with the help of rooting only we can add a music visualizer on the navigation bar of our Android phone.
So before we start anything you need to make sure these four things which your Android phone must be equipped with.
- Your device should be having Lollipop (Android 5.0) version or more.
- Your device must be rooted.
- You must enable Unknown Sources: from Settings → Security menu.
- Your device must have Xposed Framework installed.
If you are ready with above-mentioned requirements then follow the steps given below and get your music visualizer.
How to Add Music Visualizer on Android Navigation Bar
Step #1. Launch Xposed Installer on your Android phone
Step #2. Search for ‘NavBar Music Visualizer‘ and tap on its first result.
Step #3. Tap on ‘Download’ button which is next to the latest version of the first search result you have got.
Step #4. Once the download is done, tap on “Install” to get the NavBar music visualizer on your Android device.
Step #5. Open the NavBar music visualizer app from your app drawer and swipe left and right to check for “Dynamic Color” menu.
Step #6. As there are not many options choose “Current mode” option which will remain the color of your music visualizer.
Note: You can customize it according to album art and also keep it random with Rainbow mode.
Step #7. Now go to the navigation bar and you will see music visualizer overlay.
The visualizer should work if you have fulfilled the four conditions given in this article. We would definitely like to have your word on this, so why don’t you give your opinion on having music visualizer on Android navigation bar here in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.