Smartphones are getting updated with the latest technology every day. The days are gone when we were dependent on CD’s DVD’s etc Most of the technologies that we have used in the past are no more in use. #Technocrats With smartphones, you can do a lot of stuff that you might not be knowing about your phone.Did you know you can work at 1 % battery life ? or You can hide your personal stuff from your friends? Read my article to know more about it
This is the best option where you can hide your personal stuff from your friends or someone who wants to check your new smartphone but doesn’t want to show your personal photos or app. It’s pretty simple. Just create profiles and select what they can have access to. Get started, pull down your notification shade and tap on your profile picture in the top-right corner. There’s a Guest profile there by default, which is great if you’re passing your phone to someone and you want to make sure they don’t stumble on anything they shouldn’t. For more customization options, you can create new profiles via Add user. Just remember to set up a Lock pattern, PIN, or Password for any profile you don’t want others accessing.
2. Phone works at 1% charge
Almost every smartphone user is complaining their battery gets drained very quickly.
You can check out where all that juice is going in Settings > Battery, but thankfully, you also have a Battery saver option now.
On the Battery screen, simply tap the three vertical dots in the top right and then choose Battery saver and toggle it on.
You can set it to automatically turn on at 5 or 15 percent if you want. It kills unnecessary vibrations, limits performance, and stops background data. That means you may need to open apps like email to sync them. Moreover, the feature will automatically turn itself off when you plug your phone into a charger.
Taking selfies is like crazy fun for everyone and upload it on Insta or FB instantly. But it doesn’t have to be a difficult one. It’s surprising how many people don’t realize that you can just hit either volume button (on most phone models—both iOS and Android) to snap a picture. You don’t have to hit the virtual button that’s on your screen. This works one both the front- and back-facing cameras, but it’s particular handy when shooting a selfie. If you didn’t know this before, you will never go the back to shooting by tapping the screen.
There’s an inbuilt game on your device to play. Check this out Google always includes an Easter Egg to unlock in each new version of Android. Go to Settings > About phones and tap on Android version four times. Now tap on the lollipop and hold your finger on it to bring up a game starring the iconic Android mascot — one that’s every bit as maddening as the infamous Flappy Bird.
On the lock screen, you can tap and swipe the padlock up to unlock your device, but you can also swipe left to navigate straight into the phone app or right to launch the camera. Don’t worry about checking each option to find what you want inSettings, simply tap the magnifying glass icon in the top right and type in your search query. For example, typing “wifi” will curate a list of every Wi-Fi-related option on your phone.
This feature comes in handy when you have lost your mobile or met with an accident.
This can be a handy time saver if you use The Smart Lock feature in Settings > Security > Owner Info
You can save your emergency contact no. of your family or close one so that it appears middle of the screen.
Lots of unnecessary apps use RAM and drains out battery without knowing whether you actually need those apps
Click on Battery option in Settings. It will show all the apps that take large space and 40% usage of battery so that you can go and force stop in settings or like display settings you can adjust the brightness level.
Here are my 7 cool things that will make your smartphone handy and I am sure you will love it.
Do share your smartphone experience after using this cool stuff.