Got your new Galaxy S10 or S10+? Set these 10 settings immediately to make the most out of your Galaxy S10.
Setting 1: Reduce animation to speed up your Galaxy S10
Setting 2: Fit more on a single Screen on the S10
By increasing the homscreen grid size, you can reduce the size of the icons and have more icons fit in a single screen. This makes your phone’s screen look even bigger. Also, if you reduce the font size and reduce the screen zoom – you can truly fit in a lot of content on one single screen without compromising on readability.
Setting 3: Call pop up
Get notified of incoming calls without getting disrupted with what you’re doing on your phone. You can engage in the call, disconnect it, add a reminder for it or reject with a pre-determined message. All without going away from the app that you are already on.
Setting 4: Remap Bixby button as a new shortcut key
Samsung now allows you to remap the bixby button to launch an app of your choice with just a single tap. A double tap would then open the Bixby home for you.
Setting 5: Navigation Gestures
go back, to the homescreen and access recent apps using sliding motion from the bottom edge of the screen,. it's a lot faster, smoother and easier to access.
Setting 6: Access notifications of individual apps with long press
Setting 7: Quick open notification panel
A simple swipe down on the homescreen will give you access to all your notifications.
Setting 8: Edge Lighting
Set up a custom edge lighting color for each app of your choice.
Setting 9: Schedule night mode to turn on automatically
The dark theme on your Galaxy S10 with the Samsung One UI can automatically be enabled depending on the time of the day. Just have to go ahead and schedule that within settings.
Setting 10: Enable Video Enhancer setting
When you launch apps like Netflix or youtube or play any video on your phone, the Galaxy S10 would automatically enhance the viewing experience to deliver the best video playback possible on the S10’s display. All of this happens automatically as you turn on these apps. Turn this setting under advanced features in your settings menu.
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