1. Screen Magnification
Open the Settings app and navigate to Accessibility > System > Magnification Gesture and slide the toggle into the On position.
2. Invert Screen Colors
Open the Settings app and go to Accessibility > Display > Color Inversion. Slide the toggle into the On position to get started.
3. Add more printing services
To add a printer plugin, go to Settings > Printing > Add Service. A list of all the available plugins will appear. To add one to your phone, tap on the icon and click Install.
4. Make Passwords Visible
To make all your passwords visible, go to Settings > Security > Passwords > Make passwords visible and slide the toggle into the On position.
5. Set Billing Cycle
To set up your bill date, go to Settings > Data Usage > Billing cycle > Billing cycle.
6. Touch and Hold delay
To make your selection, open the Settings app and navigate to Accessibility > System > Touch and hold delay. You can choose from Short, Medium, or Long.
What is IMEI for your phone? How’s it important?
1. The International Mobile station Equipment Identity number (IMEI) is a number used to identify a device.
2. If you have a dual-SIM phone, you’ll see two IMEI numbers, one for each SIM slot.
3. Their secondary purpose, or intention, is to prevent theft.
4. If a mobile device can be universally identified, a thief cannot change the SIM card on a phone and expect to keep the phone.
5. IMEI numbers are hard-coded into device hardware, making it nearly impossible to change them without somehow damaging the device.
6. Not having an IMEI code for your phone is a legal offence.
7. Having an IMEI code comes under regulatory terms.
8. The government can trace you by an IMEI code but it’s a long and tedious process.
9. You can find IMEI code at the back or dial *#06# for Android device.
10. For iOS you can check it in setting or dial the same *#06# to find it.
How to check battery health?
1. Android doesn’t provide an inbuilt battery health checker.
2. To get basic information you can visit Settings > Battery and tap the Battery usage option in the three-dot menu at the top-right.
3. There’s a hidden way to check battery on your device by dialing *#*#4636#*#*.
4. It open a hidden Android test menu,” designed for basic troubleshooting.
5. Tapping the battery info option reveals details including charging status, power source, charge level, voltage, and temperature.
6. You can use third-party apps to check battery health like AccuBattery.
7. The basic idea behind the app is that your phone battery has a limited number of charge cycles before its performance is significantly reduced.
8. AccuBattery states that by only charging your device to 80 percent instead of a full 100 percent, you can extend the life of your battery.
9. For iPhone users, checking the health of the battery is extremely easy.
10. You would all the options and information in the battery section of settings in your iPhone.
10 Reasons why you shouldn’t buy Chinese products
1. Workers are China are not given basic human rights.
2. Millions of workers live in dire poverty.
3. Chinese government have been involved in many corrupt and malpractices.
4. Most of the Chinese products are not environment friendly infact China is the most polluted country in the world.
5. China is providing such cheap products by manipulating their currency causing joblessness worldwide.
6. China have been stealing products design for years just to produce cheap counterfeit products.
7. Many companies have been found doing corrupt business practises like using dangerous materials that are not safe to use to produce it cheaply.
8. Chinese medicine should not be used as it containes harmful products.
9. Many Chinese companies promotes the use of parts of endangered animals, such as rhinoceros and tigers.
10. China is not a peaceloving country and have been in war with India for years also there is no freedom of speech for common people.
Unable to uninstall apps? Here’s how to fix it
1. The problem can be the app is set as administrator.
2. To disable an application’s administrator access, go to your Settings menu, find “Security” and open “Device Administrators”.
3. See if the app in question is marked with a tick. If so, disable it.
4. Now go to your apps manager – the application should now be uninstallable.
5. Another issue can be if the app is a bloatware, these are the apps that come preloaded in your device.
6. These apps can’t be uninstalled as they’re labeled as part of the operating system.
7. However you can disable or turn off so the app doesn’t use the resources.
8. If you are getting too many ads in your phone and want to delete it.
9. First go to device manager or task manager and check for any unidentified apps usually these malicious apps use a lot of data and battery.
10. Go to Setting → Apps → uninstall the first unnamed app from the list.
Google search tips and tricks you should know: part 1
1. Search Symbols
A. | Acts as “OR” between search results, example- mobile|tablet
B. @ search result from a particular social media sites, examples- green day@ Twitter
C. # search results from a particular hashtag, example- #blacklivesmatter
D. “” search results that include all the terms within quotes and in the same order, example- “never gonna give you up”
E. where any word can be matched in place of asterisk, example- best in India
F. .. to give range between two numbers, example- laptop ₹40000..50000
G. () used to group search terms, example- (best|worst) android games
2. Informational search queries
define- to give a definition, example-define gigantic
to- for conversion and measurement, example- 2m to cm
translate- from one language to other, example- translate hello in Hindi
Google search tips and tricks you should know: part 2
1. Popular search results
A. Cache- shows Google’s cached version of a specific page, example- cache: infomance.com
B. Filetype- search results for a particular filetype, example- sleep study filetype:pdf
C. Related- shows other websites similar to the query, example- related:nytimes.com
D. Site- search results from a particular website, example- productivity tips site:infomance.com
A. inurl: search results that match in the page’s URL.
B. intext: search results that match in the page’s body
C. intitle: search results that match in the page’s title.