How to Turn Your Android Navbar Into a Music Visualizer

Dave LeClair 19-07-2016

You can do some pretty amazing things with custom mods on Android, but getting them up and running isn’t always a cakewalk. Thankfully, if you have the Xposed framework installed (here’s how Customize Your Phone Without Flashing a ROM With The Xposed Framework It is common knowledge that the best way to customize your Android device is to flash it with a new ROM. It is also wrong. Read More ), you can get one of the coolest Cyanogenmod features on your device — the music visualizer in the navbar.


Here’s how to get it on your device running Android Lollipop or later (also, make sure you’ve enabled app installations from Unknown sources Is It Safe to Install Android Apps from Unknown Sources? The Google Play Store isn't your only source of apps, but is it safe to search elsewhere? Read More ).

  • Head to Download in the Xposed installer app.
  • Search NavBar music visualizer.
  • Swipe to Versions.
  • Tap Download.
  • Tap Install on the Android installer popup.
  • Reboot device in order to activate the module.

Now, the app will be installed in your app drawer 5 Best Android Shortcut Apps for Quick Access to Everything These little shortcuts apps make it easy to quickly access settings, apps, and functions from anywhere -- just like the iPhone's Assistive Touch feature. Read More , and you can launch it to configure it to your liking. Swiping left and right will allow you to edit settings in the various menus.

Once you have everything set up, play some music, and you’ll see the cool visualizer running at the bottom of the screen!

What cool Android tweaks do have installed via Xposed? Share in the comments!

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