6 Samsung smartphone hacks that will completely change the way you use your mobile phone

6 Samsung smartphone hacks that will completely change the way you use your mobile phone  Samsung is hoping to steal the spotlight from the iPhone by releasing its latest Galaxy S.  Here are some cool Samsung phone hacks for some of the potential new users who are ready to jump into the Galaxy S22 when it comes out.  one hand mode One-handed mode is a great way to optimize the screen space with one hand, so things you need to tap stay low so you can reach them easily.  To activate this mode you will need to go to Settings and then Advanced features, and from there select Movements and Gestures, followed by One-handed mode.  always on screen Samsung phone screens are automatically set to turn off when not in use, and light up again only when you tap on them.  Obviously having the screen on all the time drains the battery faster, but if you need the screen permanently, this is how you set the phone.  Go to "Settings", then "Lock Screen".  Select "Always on Display" and press the switch at the top of the screen.  From there, choose the mode that best suits your needs. To choose which apps you want to display, go back to the lock screen page, and this time go to Face Widgets.  Activate every app you want. A Samsung employee holds the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphone during a launch event at Barclays Center on August 7, 2019 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.  Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus smartphones and they will go on sale on August 23 starting $949.  Drew Angerer/Getty Images/AFP== FOR NEWSPAPERS, INTERNET, TELCOS & TELEVISION USE ONLY == One-handed mode is a great way to optimize screen space with one hand (French) install window  This feature allows you to pin an app to the screen of your device. This means that only the installed app is available to the person using it, which is useful if you want to show someone something on your phone but don't want them to access anything else.  To set it up, go to Settings, Biometrics, and Security, click Other Security Settings, and select Run a Windows installation.  Then, to install an app on your screen, just open the app you want to install, select the latest one followed by the app icon, and install it.  Sort apps alphabetically If you'd rather see your apps organized in alphabetical order, you can.  Open the Applications screen and tap on the ellipsis icon.  Choose the view layout and press the alphabetical menu.  Color by keyword Color by keyword allows you to customize your notifications to appear in a specific color of your choice if they contain a specific word.  To set it up, go to Settings, followed by Notifications. Find the Settings summary pop-up, then tap Color by keyword.  Type your keyword, and select the color you want the notification to be.  Dynamic lock screen If you want your lock screen to have a new picture every now and then, you can set up the dynamic lock screen feature.  You can choose from image packs, which are collections of wallpapers that will be automatically updated every two weeks.  To set this feature, go to Settings, go to Lock screen, then Background services.  Press Apply and go to Settings icon. Select a photo pack to download and the dynamic lock screen will be automatically applied as your wallpaper.

Samsung is hoping to steal the spotlight from the iPhone by releasing its latest Galaxy S.

Here are some cool Samsung phone hacks for some of the potential new users who are ready to jump into the Galaxy S22 when it comes out.

one hand mode
One-handed mode is a great way to optimize the screen space with one hand, so things you need to tap stay low so you can reach them easily.

To activate this mode you will need to go to Settings and then Advanced features, and from there select Movements and Gestures, followed by One-handed mode.

always on screen
Samsung phone screens are automatically set to turn off when not in use, and light up again only when you tap on them.

Obviously having the screen on all the time drains the battery faster, but if you need the screen permanently, this is how you set the phone.

Go to "Settings", then "Lock Screen".

Select "Always on Display" and press the switch at the top of the screen.

From there, choose the mode that best suits your needs.
To choose which apps you want to display, go back to the lock screen page, and this time go to Face Widgets.

Activate every app you want.

This feature allows you to pin an app to the screen of your device.
This means that only the installed app is available to the person using it, which is useful if you want to show someone something on your phone but don't want them to access anything else.

To set it up, go to Settings, Biometrics, and Security, click Other Security Settings, and select Run a Windows installation.

Then, to install an app on your screen, just open the app you want to install, select the latest one followed by the app icon, and install it.

Sort apps alphabetically
If you'd rather see your apps organized in alphabetical order, you can.

Open the Applications screen and tap on the ellipsis icon.

Choose the view layout and press the alphabetical menu.

Color by keyword
Color by keyword allows you to customize your notifications to appear in a specific color of your choice if they contain a specific word.

To set it up, go to Settings, followed by Notifications.
Find the Settings summary pop-up, then tap Color by keyword.

Type your keyword, and select the color you want the notification to be.

Dynamic lock screen
If you want your lock screen to have a new picture every now and then, you can set up the dynamic lock screen feature.

You can choose from image packs, which are collections of wallpapers that will be automatically updated every two weeks.

To set this feature, go to Settings, go to Lock screen, then Background services.

Press Apply and go to Settings icon.
Select a photo pack to download and the dynamic lock screen will be automatically applied as your wallpaper.
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