Androids are available in a variety of forms and sizes, but inside they work with the same primary operating system. This Android code contains settings that allow you to adapt the smartphone to the needs of a specific user. Unfortunately, these same users for some reason do not hurry to set up smartphones for themselves and just use what is worth the default. Here are some simple changes that will help set up your smartphone so that it works faster and better.
Using third-party applications that block specific contacts is quite dangerous – you can put anything on the smart. Yes, they are not necessary: you can send unpleasant Android subscribers to your voicemail. Just select the desired contact and put it in the menu “Only voicemail”.
If your smartphone is running Android 7.0 Nougat or a later version, you can use the Smart Storage feature. It automatically determines the lack of open space and sends rarely viewed photo and video files to the cloud storage.
For some reason, few know this useful function. Android gives the user at any time to put the smartphone into Safe mode: the operating system will boot up by disabling all third-party applications. It will be useful to find out which use causes the system to hang, or to find out what consumes the battery life most.
Cleaning the Desktop
All applications create a shortcut on the main screen by default. Convenient if it comes to something useful and very annoying when the form you are not going to use often. Open the Google Play settings and uncheck “Add icons.” By the way, here you can also turn off the general auto-update of applications.
Drag two fingers down the screen and the Android quick settings panel will open. It provides immediate access to settings such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a flashlight. Moreover, the group can be customized: click the pen icon in the lower left corner and you can add here any application.
Are you afraid of losing your phone? Only enable the built-in Android tracking system: open the “Settings,” go to “Security and location” and click “Find my device.”
Increase font size
Enough to narrow your eyes and strain your eyes when viewing the often awkward fonts on Android. Open the Settings application and select Screen, then Font Size to make adjustments. Drag the pointer along the slider to make changes, and check the preview window to see how the final result will look. After setting the font size of Android, most applications will automatically apply it.