Eight useful tricks for Android 5.0 OS
Let aesthetically pleasing interface of Android 5.0 Lollipop fool you that you do not need advice on how to get the most from the device working with this platform. Lollipop offers much greater depth than you can see at first glance.
Unlike Apple, which exercise full control over its hardware and software, Android offers more freedom. Any manufacturer of devices may invest its ideas on the platform.
This is nice, but also very confusing for consumers. Here you can learn 8 useful tricks for Android 5.0 OS.
1. How to reach quick settings
To update your “Quick Settings” just swipe two fingers down the screen.
2. How to mute your device
You can touch the bell to go to the vibrate mode. But you completely mute your device by pressing the volume controller and then tap ‘None’ This means that you will not receive notifications.
3. How to change notifications
Notifications that arrive on your Android device can become so much that hinder your work while trying to read all. In this way, things will get out of control and will come a time when the notification light just will not stop blinking for a moment. Fortunately there is a way to change things in their favor, which will help you focus on the most important goals for the day.
4. How to create profiles
The ability to create profiles and determining to what they have access is particularly convenient if you intend to share your tablet. To start, pull down the notifications and touch the profile picture in the upper right corner. There is a profile guest, which is the default, but you can create new profiles by ‘Add user’. Just remember to create Lock pattern, PIN or password for each account.
5. How to get where you want quickly
There are many combinations in Android 5.0 Lollipop, which will help you get where you want quickly. On the lock screen, you can tap and swipe the lock up to unlock your device, but you can drag it to the left to quickly access the applications on your phone, or right to start the camera. Do not hesitate to check any options for quick access to Settings, simply click the magnifying glass icon in the upper right corner and set your search query. For example, if you type “WiFi” will get a list of all the options associated with Wi-Fi. Remember that you can use Google Now, to find things, and quickly launch applications.
6. How to save battery life
You can check how much battery you have the device in Settings> Battery, but you have the option to save the battery. Battery on the screen, press the icon with three vertical dots in the upper right corner and then select Battery saver and turn on the option. If you want you can set the option to automatically turn on at 5 or 15% battery.
7. How to share screen
Google Suggest Chromecast support directly to Android 5.0 Lollipop. This means that you no longer need to bother with cumbersome Chromecast application. Simply pull down the notifications with two fingers and touch Cast icon to share the display of your big TV via nearby Chromecast.
8. How to use Smart Lock
Smart Lock function in Settings> Security can be used to automatically unlock your device in specific cases. If you connect your phone to a Bluetooth system in your car or smart clock, you can set them as trusted devices and use them to unlock your phone or tablet. You can set a location, such as your home, for example, as a trusted location so that your device remains unlocked while you’re there.
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