One of the advantages of an Android phone is that it allows you to customize it according to your own needs.
Far from the top
The phone’s quick settings, which appear when you pull out from the top, can be difficult to access with one hand, especially if you have one of the larger phone models.
with the app Quick Settings (Play Store, Free) Alternatively you can do this so you can pull the blinds from under the phone, so it’s easy to get to WiFi settings, turn off Bluetooth, or something else.
Once you download the application, you must give it some rights, including drawing on top of other applications, after which it will be explained how it works – in Norwegian.
Among other things, you must decide if you want to swipe up from the bottom or the edge of the left/right screen. If you’ve used navigational gestures before (for example, where, say, swiping up from the bottom shows the main screen), you’ll have to limit yourself to the right and/or left side.
You can choose how large the area being monitored should be in order to reverse the direction of the wind. When you then drag your finger up in the selected area, the quick settings will appear at the bottom of the screen. In the app, you can also decide which quick settings to display, after one or two movements. It doesn’t have to be the same when you pull out from the top.
If you want more options, for example to display other alerts, customize colors and icon style and the like, then you have to pay 29 kroner for the premium version of the app.
note! By the way, did you know that you can directly access WiFi settings by holding your finger on the WiFi button and the same for other quick settings? This is one of the 17 tricks we discuss in this article:
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