Most Useful One UI 2.0 Features Based On Android 10

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One UI 2.0 Features Based On Android 10

Handpicked One UI 2.0 features that really matter to me in everyday life. While there might be many more features, the idea was just to showcase the ones that impact everyday routine. One UI 2.0 These are some of the most useful, under-rated, lesser-known and rare features that people talk about when it comes to the One UI 2.0 Android 10 update for Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus, S10 and S10 plus. The features are most useful in everyday life and I’m glad that these made it through.

#1. Unlock with more faces

you can now add more than one face to unlock your phone just that you could add more fingerprints to unlock your phone. It’s called add alternative look they’ve also introduced something called as require open eyes with the alternative lock, you can now you know register your face with your shades on or with a hat on or someone’s face was in your family or a friend and you wish to give access to and require open eyes is pretty much what it says you must have your eyes open to be able to unlock the phone.

  • Go into Settings
  • Then Biometrics and Security
  • Tap on Face recognition
  • Add alternative lock
  • And also enable “Require open eyes”

#2. Change the call display while using apps

  • Open Phone app (Call dialer)
  • Tap on three dots in the top right corner
  • Then go to settings
  • Now you find “Call display while using apps”
  • Tap on it and select the call display that you want (Fullscreen, Pop up and Mini pop up)

#3. Change keyboard size

  • Open Samsung keyboard setting
  • Then go to style and layout
  • Tap on Size and transparency
  • Change your keyboard size according to your thumb and tap done

#4. Set video wallpaper to your lock screen

  • Go to the Gallery 
  • Open the video that you want to set
  • Tap on three dots on the top right corner
  • Tap on set as wallpaper
  • Now you can see the preview and you also trim the video
  • Then tap on set as lock screen

#5. “Smarter” Smart select

Now, this has been there for a while but there’s a small update that Samsung’s introduced with the One UI 2.0. When you now hit smart select and you choose rectangle it will identify a portion of the screen that it thinks you want to capture so if it’s a picture it will automatically create a rectangle around that picture perfectly or if it’s a gif and you know you could just hit animation and there you go you’ll be able to record that gif in exactly that aspect ratio.

#6. Dark Mode for the Third-Party Apps

An order of app still doesn’t offer dark modes, your phone might still be in its native dark mode but the apps like Pinterest, Flipboard and again a lot of apps do not turn dark but with the Android 10 upgrade you can now force dark mode. So going to software information tap build number seven times and then come back to your settings menu you’ll see something called as developer options go all the way down turn on for stock mode and then toggle your dark mode. Once again and now if you go to Flipboard or Pinterest you will see that the mode is dark and it’s intelligent it doesn’t simply invert your colors if you look at the pictures they’re actually the same. so I think it’s really cool.

#7. DND Timer

Another really tiny but helpful upgrade is and do not disturb. When you now turn it on it will ask you whether you want to manually turn it off or do you want it to turn off after a few hours automatic and so let’s say you walk into a meeting or for a movie then you just want to switch it off for two or three hours and it’s just perfect for that.

#8. Swipe Gestures

Next, really super useful feature is the ability to go back by just swiping on the edges of the screen and just swiping from below will take you back to your home. This is as simple as it can get it’s an Android 10 gesture feature which you can turn on so just go into settings display and then go to navigation bar and then hit full-screen gestures then go into more options and choose the second option that says swipe from sides and bottom. so sides will take you back and bottom will just take you back home but this feature will not work if you’ve got a third-party launcher like Nova or apex or anything.

Also Read: How to Remap Power key in Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10 Plus

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