Change the Default Pane in Google Play Music with Xposed
Nothing is more annoying than not being able to personalize something to your liking. Android generally gives us so much freedom, so when we’re faced with an exception to this, it’s especially noticeable. Luckily, there are quite often solutions to be found on the XDA forums.
One such application that frustrates many is the popular Google Play Music. Almost all of us know it and use it on a regular basis. And of course, it’s a good application. That isn’t, however, to say that it’s perfect. Google Play Music currently lacks the ability to set a default launch panel.
Luckily, XDA Forum Moderator GermainZ decided to solve this problem by making an Xposed module that lets you select the default pane. With this module, your Google Play Music app will be even more tailored to your own needs. Naturally, you’ll need to make sure that your phone is rooted and that you have the latest version of Xposed Installer on your device.
You can get this module by visiting the Xposed repository or the module thread here on XDA.
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