How to enable Samsung One UI 4.1 hidden menu
Samsung’s One UI 4.1 is arguably one of the best Android skins present on the market. The company provides the finest user interface and customization options to offer a more seamless and connected experience to the users.
Despite the big feature that arrived with One UI 4.1 including Color Palette, Smart Widgets, RAM Plus, Extra Dim Mode, Smart Calendar, and others, Samsung has many more features that haven’t got much popularity but are really useful.
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There are many old One UI features that the company has improved with One UI 4.1, hidden menu is one of them. Samsung’s hidden menu is providing its services for years, however, the feature has seen some modification with the latest One UI.
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When enabled, you will get an all-new window on the screen which have some shortcuts. You can choose these shortcuts according to your preferences. These are the shortcuts that you will not see on your phone’s Quick Panel but you will find them helpful.
For instance, the Mute all sounds option. When you tap on this, your system sound will be muted. Even when you press the volume button up and down, it stays locked. And when you turn it off, you can access the volume again.
Another useful feature is Magnification. You can zoom in to any particular area of your phone with just a tap. You can also on/off the color inversion, access color adjustment, add color filters, amplify ambient sound, and many more from this hidden menu.
Besides just selecting what features you want on the hidden menu, you can also choose whether you want to open this menu from the navigation bar or you want a floating window over apps. You can also customize the floating window with different sizes, transparency, and others.
Let’s see how to enable the Samsung Hidden menu on One UI 4.1.
Samsung One UI 4.1 Hidden Menu
- Launch the Settings app on your phone.
- Scroll down and enter Accessibility.
- Now go to Advanced settings.
- Tap the Accessibility button.
- Tap Select actions.
- Here you can select which features you want on the hidden menu.
- You can choose the location for the hidden menu.
- Navigation bar
- Floating over other apps
- From Floating button settings:
- Select size between Small, Medium, and Large.
- Enable Fade when not in use.
- Select Transparency level.
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Here’s how to fix fall detection notification issue on Galaxy Watch
Samsung provides a Fall detection feature to the Galaxy Watches in addition to several Health alert functions. But for some time, Galaxy Watch users are facing an issue related to fall detection notifications, due to which they are not able to properly use other functions of their Samsung smartwatch.
Several community users have reported that the hard fall detection notification pops up repeatedly on the Galaxy Watch, even when no fall has occurred. If you are also facing the fall detection notification issue on your Galaxy Watch, then you can check the solution below.
The Samsung smartphone’s fall detection feature triggers a 60-second notification on your watch when it detects a hard fall. If you don’t respond, it will send an SOS message to the emergency contact listed with your location. The smartwatch also allows you to call an emergency contact if you’re in a position to do so.
If you don’t need the fall detection function during daily life then you just need to change the setting of this function.
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How to change the Galaxy Watch Fall detection notification?
For changing the settings of the Fall detection feature, you just need to follow a few steps.
- Firstly, connect your Galaxy Watch to your smartphone
- Open the Galaxy Wearable app on your smartphone
- Now tap on the Watch Settings.
- Click on the Safety and emergency option.
- Tap on the Hard fall detection feature.
- Now, you just need to select the ‘ Only during workout‘ option.
- It is done.
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Here’s how to change the navigation bar on your Samsung smartphone
Navigation Bar is one of the important parts of a smartphone as it allows users to control or navigate all the activities on their smartphone as per their wish. Along with changing the Navigation Bar on Galaxy smartphones, Samsung also offers various options to decorate and customize it.
If we buy a new smartphone, we need to navigate to use it. Although navigating the smartphone is very easy, yet we can make it more comfortable. How? So it is based on you in which way makes you feel comfortable using your Samsung smartphone, perhaps with gestures or buttons.
Here you can check how you can change the Navigation bar of your Galaxy smartphone.
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How to change Navigation Bar on your Galaxy device?
You can easily change the Navigation Bar of the Samsung smartphone, just need to follow a few steps mentioned below.
- Open Settings on your Galaxy smartphone.
- Click on the Display option.
- Scroll down and click on the Navigation bar.
- Select Navigation type from two options:
2.) Swipe gestures
Aside from this, you can also change the icons, layout, and background color of the navigation buttons in addition to height through the Good Lock module NavStar.
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3 Accessibility features you should try on your Samsung One UI 5.1 device
Samsung enhances its technology day by day and One UI 5.1 seems to be a fantastic upgrade over its predecessors that brought many new improvements and features to the existing user interface. Apart from the many new features of One UI 5.1, you can also check here 3 amazing accessibility functions of Samsung smartphones that give you the next-level experience.
In the accessibility section of your smartphone, you can find some of the most innovative features of your Galaxy smartphone. The functions of accessibility are more useful for the person who is managing a disability as it helps to supercharge your Galaxy device.
3 Samsung One UI 5.1 Accessibility Features
1.) Flash notification
Flash the camera light or the screen when you receive a notification, call, or when an alarm sound. To turn on this function, you just need to visit Settings >> Scroll down and press Accessibility >> Tap on Advanced Settings >> Flash notification. Now, you can see two options:
- Camera flash notification
- Screen flash notification
You can turn on the function by tapping on the toggle.
2.) Left/Right Sound Balance
Samsung provides a separate option for adjusting the sound of the phone’s speaker and any other connected devices like earbuds, Bluetooth headsets, and more. It is a very helpful feature for those users who use it, however, the feature is not applicable for calls.
You can easily use this feature by following a few easy steps. Open Settings >> Click Accessibility option >> Tap on the Hearing enhancements option. Now, you can find the Left/right sound balance option, which includes the following two sliders.
- Connected device
- Phone Audio
You can adjust them by sliding left or right as you feel convenient.
3.) Accessibility button/gesture
You can add Accessibility floating buttons to easily access several functions of the Accessibility section. Also, you can change its size and transparency accordingly.
To add the Accessibility button, you just need to open Settings >> Accessibility >> Advanced Settings>> Accessibility button/gesture >> Select actions, and it is done.
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