TIPS & TRICKS

The Galaxy S9 has 11 great features buried in the settings you should check out

The Android phone can be modified more than iPhones, and Samsung adds its own touches that take modify to another level.

Samsung refers to some cool features when it launched the new phone and they can go unnoticed for your entire ownership of Samsung Phone.

Many of the features that are added in S9  make it cool to other Samsung mobile.

Check out 11 cool tips and tricks for your Galaxy S9:

1.Make the screen even sharper.

Make the screen even sharper.

Galaxy S9 screen is set to  1080p.The native display resolution is 1440p that can be changed sharply.

You can set the phone to make full use of its sharp display by heading to Settings > Display > Screen Resolution, then set it from  FHD+ to WQHD+.

When you set the display to higher Resolution mean your battery life become low but it is not the dramatic difference.

2.Make the screen less harsh-looking at night time.

2. Make the screen less harsh-looking at night time.

Many mobile phones have their features now.Apple calls it Night Shift, Samsung calls it Blue Light  Filter.It reduces the intensity of bright blue colors that can appear overly brightly.

Head to Settings > Display > Blue light filter > Turn on as scheduled.You can set it for the default sunset to sunrise, or set the feature to run during your own custom times.

3.Squeeze more apps onto your home screen.

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The home screen position of Galaxy S9 makes its apps apart from each other.It does not give control to app icons to go.Head to Settings > Display > Home screen > Home screen grid.There, you can set it to show more apps that you can position closer together.

4.Make sure apps fill the Galaxy S9’s entire display.

Make sure apps fill the Galaxy S9's entire display

Galaxy S9 display 18:9 ratio but many apps are optimized for the regular 16:9 aspect ratio that is used in a smartphone before 2016.

Head to Settings > Display > Full screen apps.You will see a long list of apps that are already optimized taller 18:9 aspect ratios.

you can just make sure to tap the bottom of the screen when the phone asks you if you want the app to fill the entire screen the next time you open it.

5.Pull down the notification panel from anywhere on the screen.

Whenever you want to pull down the notification panel, you will reach the top of Galaxy S9’s display that makes the user use its taller and larger display.

From anywhere you will swipe down, the notification panel pulls down, even at the bottom of the display, by heading to Settings > Display > Home screen > Quick-open notification panel, then turn on the setting.

6.Change the vibration pattern for notifications, including phone calls.

Change the vibration pattern for notifications, including phone calls

The basic default vibration pattern when you receive a notification is a long vibration.

Head to Settings > Sounds and vibration > Vibration pattern. You can preview the vibration patterns before setting it for your notifications and phone calls.

7.Reduce the vibration intensity.

Reduce the vibration intensity.

The vibration when you get a notification on Samsung mobile is intense.the vibration is not exactly subtle.

by heading to Settings > Sounds and vibration >Vibration intensity.it reduces the vibration intensity for phone calls, hard press taps, and on-screen taps.

8.Check out some effects that could make music sound better for you.

Galaxy S9 has a bunch of  effects and setting that might like for music. The Tube Amp Pro option that gives a  fuller richer sound. It has a feature of UHQ  that give a music quality boost.  Head to Settings > Sounds and vibrations > Sound quality and effects.

Galaxy S9 has a bunch of effects and setting that might like for music.The Tube Amp Pro option that gives a  fuller richer sound.

It has a feature of UHQ  that give a music quality boost.

Head to Settings > Sounds and vibrations > Sound quality and effects.

9.Keep the phone screen on while you’re looking at it without occasionally tapping the screen.

9.Keep the phone screen on while you're looking at it without occasionally tapping the screen.

This one Smartphone is called  Smart Stay’s because it makes the front-facing camera check if you are looking at the screen.

If you are, it will open the phone display.

It has the best feature that if you are reading the article then  you don’t want the phone to go to sleep when you are looking at

something longer than the screen’s default 30-second time-out period.

Head to Settings > Advanced features > Smart stay, and turn the feature on.

10.Customize the look of the Google search bar on the home screen to make it look better with your background.

10.Customize the look of the Google search bar on the home screen to make it look better with your background.

Galaxy S9’s home screen has Google search bar which is white by default but you can change the color and also change its shape to look more square.

On the Google search bar, tap the three dots on the very right > Customize > have at it.

11.Turn on a screensaver when your phone is charging.

Galaxy S9’s screen is black by default while charging.You can add a screensaver  to add a little-personalized zest to your

phone while it’s charging.

Go to Settings > Display > Screensaver > pick a screensaver you like. You can preview what screen savers will look like.

 

 

 

 

 

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