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15 Cool Things You Didn’t Know Your Android Phone

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Part 3
Smartphones are basically a computer in your pocket with a
lot of features to make your life easier. It turns out that
there are so many cool things you can do with Android
phone that you probably don’t even know. From Priority
Mode feature to custom icon packs, PushBullet, smart lock
system, there is plenty to keep you happy for a while. And as
necessity is the mother of all inventions, everything is
possible but only if you can pursue it. So to help you get the
most out of your phone, here are 15 cool things or tricks
that you can do with your Android phone.
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1. Voice search
2. Swipes to make your phone work quicker
3. Allow calls from selected people you want
4. Use Wallet to extend the battery life
5. Use ‘Smart Lock’ to unlock the phone automatically
when you are at home
6. Control an LED light bulb from your phone
7. Try Pushbullet
8. Instantly solve a math equation by taking a picture of
it
9. Plug a mouse into your phone

10. Invert colors
11. Use ‘Smart Stay’
12. Encrypt your phone
13. If found, return to
14. Remote lock or wipe your lost phone
15.

1. Voice search
Your Android wants to help you out; it’s just waiting on the
word. Google will help to send an email or text, or even
figure out what song is playing on your mobile just by
listening to you.
Click on the microphone icon in Google search (or say “OK
Google”) and send an email or text (just say, “Text Siri,
Where are you?” or “Email John, When are you coming?” and
hit send), or email yourself a reminder (“Note to self, call
John”). You can even find out about the weather or traffic
(“Do I need an umbrella today?” or “How is the traffic now at
East Zone”), track your flights or packages (if you’ve gotten
confirmation emails), figure out what song is playing on your
mobile (”what’s that song?”) or simply ask any research
question you’d otherwise type into the search bar. Google
listen will find it out.

2. Swipes to make your phone work quicker
We use one finger to swipe for notifications. Use two fingers
to swipe down for quick settings.

3. Allow calls from selected people you want
The Priority Mode feature will give you the options to be
interrupted by the people you want.

4. Use Wallet to extend the battery life
This is a power wallet which has a lightweight backup
battery for android phones.

5. Use ‘Smart Lock’ to unlock the phone
automatically when you are at home
This setting will automatically change when you are outside
your home. And you also have the options to set trusted
places.

6. Control an LED light bulb from your phone
LIFX is a WiFi enabled, multi-color, energy efficient LED light
bulb that you can control with your Android.

7. Try Pushbullet
Copying and pasting URLs is so old fashioned now. Install
PushBullet to push links on your phone to your tablet, from
your PC to your phone or from your phone to all of your
other devices. Pushbullet also notifies you of SMS or calls on
your PC and you can transfer files between all of your
devices with Pushbullet too.

8. Instantly solve a math equation by taking a
picture of it
Photo Math – Take picture of Math equation, it will solve it

9. Plug a mouse into your phone
You can plug a wired or wireless mouse into an android
phone and it’ll work.
And keyboard as well!

10. Invert colors
This setting will allow you to read at night without
disturbance. Just go to Settings > Accessibility > Negative
Colors and make your Android a little more readable at night
and a lot more trippy.

11. Use ‘Smart Stay’
Smart Stay is another Samsung-specific feature, which keeps
your Android at a bright display for as long as your eyes are
on it. Just go to Settings > Display/Smart Screen > Smart
Stay.

12. Encrypt your phone
This will scramble your data to protect all of the data and
password.

13. If found, return to
This is another great feature for anyone with a tendency to
misplace their phones. If your phone gets lost and you
suspect it has been picked up by someone, you can put a
message on the lock screen, telling the finder of your phone
how to get in contact with you.
You can achieve the same thing with Android Device
Manager if you’ve already lost your phone, but the option
can be done in advance as a safety measure. Go to Settings
> Security > Lock screen message to add your phone
number, email or return instructions.

14. Remote lock or wipe your lost phone
There’s not much worse than losing your phone. Apart from
losing your phone, knowing that someone might have access
to your data is even worse and downright dangerous. But
Google has an awesome feature called ‘Android Device
Manager’ that lets you track and take control of your phone
if you ever lose it.
As long as ADM is activated, you can ring your phone,
remotely lock it or even factory reset it if you know you’re
never getting it back. To enable Android Device Manager, go
to Settings > Security > Device Administrators and access
the site on your computer if you ever lose your phone.

15. Access Chrome tabs from other devices
As long as you’re logged into Chrome when you launch a new
tab, you’ll see the ‘Recent tabs’ option at the bottom right.
Tap this to see the URLs that are open on your other
logged-in devices and quickly access any of them.
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