SAMSUNG hopes to steal some of the iPhone thunder with the latest version of the Galaxy S.
While some potential Samsung users are preparing to jump for the Galaxy S22 for the first time, it is worth noting that they also have some useful sleeve tricks, as revealed by “Fonehouse”.
One handed mode
One-handed mode is a great way to optimize screen space for one hand, so the things you need to touch are kept low where you can reach them.
To activate it, you will need to go to “Settings”, then to “Advanced Features”.
From there, select Moves and Gestures, followed by one-handed mode, and leave.
Always on display
Samsung phone screens are automatically set to turn off when not in use and turn on again only when touched.
Having the screen on all the time obviously drains the battery faster, but if that’s what you want, this’s the way to do it.
Go to “Settings”, then “Lock screen”.
Select Always on Display, and tap on the key at the top of the screen.
From there, choose the way that best suits your needs.
To select the apps you want to display, go back to the login screen page and go to Face Widgets this time.
Activate any application you want.
Window pin (Pin window)
This feature lets you nail an app to your device screen.
It means that only the nailed app is available to the person using it, which is useful if you want to show someone something on your phone but do not want them to have access to anything else.
To configure it, go to Settings and Biometrics and Security.
Tap Other Security Settings and select Enable Windows Pin.
Activate ask for pin before unlocking.
Next, to nail an app to the screen, simply open the app you want to nail, select the last one, followed by the app icon, and Tap this app.
Arrange apps alphabetically
If you prefer to view your applications well organized alphabetically, you can now.
Open the applications screen and tap the ellipse icon.
Select the screen layout and type the alphabetical list.
Color by keyword
Keyword color allows you to customize notifications so that they appear in a certain color of your choice, if they contain a certain word.
To configure it, go to “Settings”, followed by “Notifications”.
Find shortcuts for windows, then tap Colors by keyword.
Enter your keyword and choose the color you want the announcement to be.
Dynamic lock screen
If you want your lock screen to have a fresh image from time to time, you can configure the dynamic lock screen function.
You choose between image packs, which are background sets that will update automatically every two weeks.
In “Settings”, go to “Screen lock”, then “background services”.
Tap Apply and go to the Settings icon.
Choose an image pack to download and the dynamic lock screen will automatically apply as your wallpaper. h.ll / albeu.com