How to Install Google Now Feed on OnePlus Phones

Here is how you can enable Google Now feed on your OnePlus smartphone. OnePlus has now become one of the most popular Android smartphone manufacturers in the market with good price and great specs even. In 2018, OnePlus has established itself strongly and they are ready to launch their second flagship of 2018, OnePlus 6T. Thanks to continued software support, customers with existing devices are quite happy as well. With this guide, however, we will show you how to enable Google Now feed on your smartphone — with root.

Even though there are many competing companies but still OnePlus has advantage over them as it has the most purest Android launcher in it with different icon packs and some additional features but instead of Google Now Feed, it has it’s own Shelf on the left. If you are OnePlus user and want install Google Now Feed on OnePlus launcher then this is the perfect tutorial for you.

Enable Google Now Feed, OnePlus

Instead of downloading a separate news app, you can get your daily dose of latest news in the form of Google Feed through the Google app. The feed isn’t limited to just news topics. You can add other important things too, such as weather, sports update, etc. In the feed, you can view a wide range of topics by following them in the Google Feed settings. However, the feed is useful only if it’s available in the language you understand. We have written an easy step by step guide on how to install.

Install Google Now Feed on OnePlus launcher

Follow the guide below to get Google Now Feed to OnePlus Launcher

Step 1 – First make sure that you have a rooted OnePlus device. If you device is not rooted then you can root your device with the tutorial on how to root OnePlus 6 with Magisk.

Step 2 – Download the Google Now Feed Magisk Module from the given link:

Download: Google Now Feed Magisk Module

Step 3 – Run the Magisk manager app from the app drawer of your OnePlus phone and tap on menu icon which can be found on the top left corner.

Step 4 – Now select Modules option and then tap on the + icon to find the recently downloaded file. Once you have found the file, tap on it to install.

Step 5 – Once you have installed the file, reboot your phone.

You have now installed the Google Now Feed on your OnePlus Launcher. Give us your feed back on Google Now Feed by dropping a comment below.

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