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Multi-user is a term that defines an operating system, computer program, or a game that allows use by more than one users of the same computer at the same time. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean brought multi-user support to Android tablets.

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There might be several approaches you could try. No guarantees whatsoever, and I didn't try any of those. Still mentioning them, so you can investigate for yourself. Note further that these solutions …
answered Feb 6 '14 by Izzy
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Shared apps are stored only once on the device (with just the data and settings part being specific for each user), so whenever one user decides to update a shared app, it gets updated for all users ( …
answered May 8 '13 by Izzy
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There are multiple possibilities with Android 4.2. The "board methods" are, as already explained in other answers: Every user has to install each app he wants to use (aside from the pre-installed ones …
answered Jan 16 '13 by Izzy
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Multi-User was added with Android 4.2 -- you're running 4.0, so there's no native way to go multi-user without upgrading your system. If you have your device rooted, you might want to take a look at …
answered May 17 '13 by Izzy
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The second user will have to explicitly install the wanted app (in your example: Facebook) – as otherwise all accounts' app drawers would be cluttered with a bunch of apps not wanted by everybody, exc …
answered Oct 12 '13 by Izzy
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The legacy/ locations are always pointing to the data of the currently active user. Let me first point to a few related questions/answers explicitly dealing with those multi-user storage issues for so …
answered Dec 4 '14 by Izzy
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If your device is rooted, you might want to take a look at Multi-User App Share. This app permits the owner to "share" installed apps with other users (which shares the apps only, not their data), so …
answered Dec 21 '12 by Izzy
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This might not be a solution1 for your device and situation, but explaining the issue and possible help others working around it: When it was "invented" with 4.2-jelly-bean, the multi-user feature wa …
answered Jul 26 '15 by Izzy
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What happens when you add a new user account is that a new account (or "User Profile") is created. This has nothing at all to do with the user/group management on OS-Level. You will notice that most h …
answered Jan 27 '14 by Izzy
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I've checked on one of my devices, and as the comment chain already suspected, you don't need to worry about everyone having access to everybody elses data. First: /storage/sdcard0 -> /storage/emulat …
answered Apr 27 '17 by Izzy