Android, a mobile operating system, is a brilliant piece of software, and it has several helpful functions, remarkable shortcuts, and efficient procedures.
But how well-versed are you in the inner workings of your smartphone or tablet computer, assuming you use one? We are certain that even if you have access to email and phone service, there is information in this article that you do not already know. This is especially true if your expertise is in the complicated world of IT and is related to Helm repository solutions.
Activate Developer Mode
Go to your phone’s Settings, then tap About phone seven times to see the build number. After the countdown, a message on the screen reads, “Congratulations, you are now a developer.”
Adjust the Pace of the Animation
The vast majority of the most recent Android phones already have a fairly fast feel to them. On the other hand, some less expensive phones are equipped with just 4GB of RAM, and in the worst situations, only 2GB.
Altering the Window animation scale, the Transition animation scale, and the Animator duration scale on your phone from 1x to 0.5x is one solution to the problem. Even though it won’t truly make your phone go any quicker, it will give you the impression that it is.
You will locate the required choices by going to Settings > System > Developer options and scrolling approximately two-thirds of the way down the list. Before you can access these options, you will need to have Developer Mode activated.
Disable Application Preferences
It is frustrating when a link opens in a specific application rather than the browser. It may be a link to a YouTube video, a tweet, or a page on Facebook, but no matter what it is, you’ll wind up having to wait around as your phone exits Chrome (or the browser of your choice) and opens up something else.
It can be remedied very quickly.
Find the app that keeps opening by going to Settings > Apps and notifications and looking for it there. Once you’ve arrived at that location, click Advanced from the menu that appears, then scroll down until you find Open by default and push the button next to it.
If it doesn’t work, you might also try the same thing using the browser app on your device.
Modify Your Wireless Network Immediately
Surprisingly, the process of rapidly switching between several Wi-Fi networks is not as intuitive as one would expect. You could adjust by going to Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi and making the change there, but surely there is a more expedient approach.
You’ll get the Quick settings menu when you swipe down from the top of the screen with two fingers. If you tap the icon once, the option to turn off Wi-Fi will show up. If you tap and hold the icon, the Wi-Fi will be turned off immediately. Instantly, a directory of available networks will appear.
Get to the Quick Settings Menu Quickly
Did you know that to enter the Quick settings menu, you don’t need to do a double swipe on your screen as you normally would?
Instead, you may achieve the same result by swiping with two fingers at the same time.
Discover the Most Annoying Alerts
Do you not know which program is causing an obnoxious notice to keep popping up on your screen, even if you keep receiving it?
There is a simple solution to this problem; you must press and hold the notice in question, and your device will advise you on what to do next.
Control Notifications from Apps
If you give the app a lengthy touch (as indicated in the last piece of advice), a help symbol will show up. The app’s notification settings screen will load when you tap this button.
You can turn off specific warnings, skip the priority mode, and hide sensitive information.
Do Not Disturb Mode
There is a good chance that the “Do Not Disturb” feature is one of the least-used and least-appreciated features in the whole operating system.
In a nutshell, it enables you to put your phone into silent mode while at the same time allowing some “noises” to pass through. This might be in the form of phone calls, texts, or messages sent through WhatsApp from certain contacts, notifications from specific applications, or significant warnings such as alarms.
To set up Do Not Disturb, go to Settings > Sound > Do Not Disturb and choose the options that make sense for you.
The Quick settings menu makes it easy to turn it on or off for a short time.