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Sunday, 10 June 2018

Five Settings Every Andorid User Should Try Right Now

Five Settings Every Android User Should Try Right Now

Smartphones have already become an inevitable part of our lives, and that is something one cannot fail to accept. They have revolutionized the way we work, play and communicate with one another, but out of the box, they can be somewhat lacking.

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Google is always making tweaks and coming up with new features for Android, So here to make things a little easier for Android newcomers and those seeking a few more power tips, we tech pants present 5 essential Android setting our techniques.

#1 Find my phone:-

We have all occasionally lost track of a phone. Maybe it was hiding in the couch cushions or sitting on the kitchen counter. Don't go crazy looking for your phone next time; just use Google's "Find my phone" tool (previously known as Android Device Manager).

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You can access this via the web on a mobile device or computer. Simply log into your Google account, and choose your missing phone from the drop-down menu. Google reaches out and shows you where it is. You can also ring the phone, even if it's in silent mode. If worse comes to worst, you can remotely erase the phone to protect your data.

#2 swipe input on the keyboard:-

Everyone knows that you have to tap letters to type on a smartphone. But if you really want to speed up your work, Android devices have a special keyboard that can help you input words quicker, which Swype, Corporation has installed on each and every Android device.

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The Swype keyboard for Android replaces pecking at letters with gliding your fingers over them. Swype automatically interprets your gesture and figures out the word you meant to type.

#3 Use screen pinning:-

If you need to hand your phone to someone else, you don't necessarily want them snooping around in other apps. This is easy to prevent just pin the screen. This should be enabled by default on most devices, but if it's not, check the security menu.

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Tap the pin icon on any app in the multitasking interface and you can lock the screen to just that app. If you have a secure lock screen, you can require that unlock method to leave the pinned app.

#4 Activate guest mode for shared devices:-

If you want to let someone borrow your phone for a bit and screen pinning is too restrictive, you may have the option to enable Guest mode. All stock Android devices have this, as well as most phones running To switch to a guest account, tap the profile icon in the upper right corner of the notification shade and select the guest profile.

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All your data, accounts, and apps will be hidden from the guest account. There's also a Users menu in the settings of most devices to control what guests can and cannot do. Note, some carriers remove this option from the phones they sell for some (probably stupid) reason.

#5 Autofill service:-

An autofill service is an app that makes it easier for users to fill out forms by injecting data into the views of other apps. Autofill services can also retrieve user data from the views in an app and store it to use it at a later time. Autofill services are usually provided by apps that manage user data, such as password managers.

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Android makes filling out forms easier with the Autofill Framework available in Android 8.0 (API level 26) and higher. Users can take advantage of autofill features only if there is an app that provides autofill services on their device.

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