Customising and using the Quick Settings menu on Android can vary slightly depending on the device manufacturer and the version of Android you're using. However, it's necessary to follow the steps we are about to share in this article or book a reservation with Carlcare if the following step does not work with your phone.
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How To Customise And Use Quick Settings Menu On Android
However, the following steps should provide a general guideline for most Android devices running a recent version of the operating system:
- Swipe down from the top of your Android device's screen to open the notification shade.
- Once the notification shade is open, you'll likely see a row of icons or tiles representing some of your Quick Settings. This row may expand when you swipe down again, revealing additional settings.
- Look for a small pencil icon or an "Edit" button in the Quick Settings area. It may be located in the top right corner, or you may need to swipe left or right to find it.
- Tap on the pencil icon or the "Edit" button to enter the Quick Settings customization mode.
- You should now see a list of available Quick Settings tiles. These tiles represent different settings or shortcuts that you can add or remove from your Quick Settings menu.
- To add a tile to your Quick Settings menu, find the desired tile in the list and drag it to your preferred location in the Quick Settings grid.
- To remove a tile from your Quick Settings menu, locate the tile in the grid and drag it out of the grid or to the "Remove" or "Delete" area.
- Some devices allow you to customise the order of the tiles by dragging and rearranging them in the grid. This allows you to prioritise the settings you use most frequently.
- Once you've finished customising your Quick Settings menu, tap the back button or the "Done" button to save your changes and exit the customization mode.
- You can now swipe down from the top of the screen to access your custom Quick Settings menu. The tiles you added or rearranged should be visible and easily accessible.
It's worth noting that the availability and appearance of Quick Settings customization options can vary depending on your Android device's manufacturer and the version of Android you're using. Some devices may offer additional customization options, such as changing the tile icons or adding third-party tiles through certain apps.
If the steps provided above don't match your device or Android version, you can try searching for device-specific instructions online or consult your device's user manual for more information.
How Do I Add Icons To Quick Settings On Android?
The process of adding icons to quick settings on Android can vary slightly depending on the version of Android you are using and the specific device you have. However, the general steps are as follows:
- Swipe down from the top of the screen to open the notification shade.
- Look for a small icon that looks like a pencil, edit, or three dots. This icon indicates that you can edit or customise the quick settings panel.
- Tap on the edit or customise icon. This will open the quick settings customization menu.
- In the customization menu, you'll see a list of available icons or tiles that you can add to the quick settings panel.
- Scroll through the list and find the icon you want to add. Some common options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, flashlight, screen rotation, or mobile data.
- Tap and hold the icon you want to add, and then drag it to the desired location in the quick settings panel.
- Release your finger to drop the icon in the new location.
- Once you have finished adding or rearranging the icons, tap the "Done" or "Save" button to exit the customization menu.
Please note that the exact steps and options may vary depending on your device and Android version. Some older devices or heavily customised Android versions may not support this feature.
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