Good morning guys, i believe this tutorial series has been informative and really interesting, and I really appreciate everyone who has been following this series.
in this final episode, I'm going to be talking about the two final steps in using Adobe Lightroom;
Save Your Presets
Lightroom Mobile’s features in this tutorial are for improving your editing but also for saving time. It takes a long time to edit each image. Often we want images that look similar, with the same look and feel. Saving presets on Lightroom Mobile is simple. After you have edited your image go to the presets option on your phone. Tap on the three dots on the right-hand side and choose to create or manage presets. You can create a preset group and choose all the features you want to be included in your presets. Then, the next time you go to edit your picture you can add your presets and make a few minor changes instead of starting from the beginning.
Sharing and Saving Your Photos
In this Lightroom Mobile tutorial, you’ll have learned many new things. The last step is to save a photo tap on the upload arrow button on the top menu. Then a pop up of various options will appear. You can choose to share, save to camera roll, save to files, open in, edit in, and export original. I mostly use the share feature if I am sharing on social media or with a friend. Or you can save the image to the camera roll. After you tap the save option you will be able to choose the size. You can choose between small or maximum available. I usually do the maximum available and then crop the image when I am ready to use it. This makes it accessible for multiple uses.
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This is a follow-up to the article "Smartphone Camera Terminologies Explained".
This article targets the essence of the multi-camera system available on recent TECNO devices.
UltraWide Camera: The primary rear cameras on TECNO devices (e.g. the CAMON 16) are known as wide cameras. Their FoV (Field of View) is wider than traditional digital cameras. An Ultra-Wide camera pushes this further, allowing you to fit in more subject in your photos. It is the equivalent of taking a few steps back to get more in frame with a standard camera. Ultra-Wide cameras let you do that without having to move a few steps backwards.
To understand how much an Ultra-Wide camera can fit into a photo, there's a need to understand Focal Length (measured in mm) and Field of View (FoV) measured in degrees. A high Focal Length gives you a narrow Field of View, while a low Focal Length gives you a wide Field of View. See image below.
Macro Camera: A macro camera is a dedicated camera that is optically optimized to handle extremely close focusing distances and can take sharp, highly detailed images of microscopic subjects. It is used to achieve close-up, magnified images of very small things. An example of which is insects, flowers, water droplets, etc. A macro camera helps you achieve rich photographic details of these tiny objects unnoticeable to the naked eye. An example of which is the image below, shot by one of our CAMON Experience Officer (CEO), ABCDEE_David, on the CAMON 15.
Depth Sensor: Depth sensors are often used for portrait mode photos, with the sensor capturing information to ensure that the subject is in focus and the background is pleasantly out of focus. This means professionally styled blur effects and better augmented reality rendering through either the front or rear camera. See photo below.
Low Light Sensor: You'll find this on the CAMON 16 Premier, which is a camera sensor that excels in dim lighting conditions. On the CAMON 16 Premier, it is a dedicated camera to capturing low-light video.
For more on cameras available on TECNO devices, visit our official web page.
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CLASH OF CLANS
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Dota 2 is going through a slump in popularity for a while now, due to which Valve has decided to ramp up its relevancy through specific changes. The famous game developer has announced through Esports Network that they are planning to spread hero updates for Dota 2 throughout the year, rather than releasing them in one big chunk. Furthermore, they are also considering to scatter their updates throughout the year instead of tying them to The International.
At the current moment, Valve is aiming to release the next batch of Dota 2 heroes in late November, with another group due in the first quarter of 2021. Moving on, to keep players coming back, they are cutting down on toxic behaviour. By improving their detection systems that will help distinguish ‘smurf’ accounts (created by high-rank players to unnaturally inflate their winning score) from the usual matchmaking pool. Due to the improved detection system, smurfs will now be ‘much more likely’ to match against other smurfs to prevent them from ruining games.
Not only this, but they have taken a similar action against booster accounts (created to help the ranking of others) and has ramped up the volume of booster bans, and has systems in place to continue banning boosters. In the past 30 days only, the company has banned over 14,000 accounts. These sets of changes are followed by a new ‘Overwatch style’ approach to restrict toxic behaviour in games.
The rest of the changes focus more on Dota plus. New treasures can be bought by subscribers using shards (what you earn through a new set of quests), and Battle Pass features like chat wheel sounds and other game breakdowns have moved to Plus. Valve has tweaked the guilds and axing guild levels in favour of a leaderboard, with positions determining your perks. Guild points will decay to give newcomers a chance to catch up. One cannot ensure that it will be enough to fend off rivals, but at most, it is an acknowledgement that this is way more than just one or two additions.Read all >>
Google is once again testing out Dark theme for its Search page. The last time users reported seeing a dark theme was last month.
Dark theme for the world's most visited page will follow your preferred Windows or macOS theme. If you've set yours to Light then Google Search will remain unchanged, set it to Dark and you'll be greeted with the new Dark theme.
Dark theme doesn't make the background completely black, but rather a very dark grey. Text has changed from black to white while links seemingly remain blue.
Google is still in the A/B testing phase so you may not have the change available just yet. Once you do, Google Search will greet you with a message about the new Dark theme with the option to enable it or go on as usual. There's no word when the Dark theme will carry over to your mobile browser's Search.Read all >>
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Hello, T-fans.The Google Photos app saw a whole lot of improvements last year both on Android and iOS. Asides rebranding the app's icon and interface, which focussed on helping you relive your memories, Google introduced more helpful and robust photo editing features to Google Photos. Now, Google Photos is also getting more powerful and straightforward video editing feature to allow Android users to make granular adjustments and edits to their videos, even people with no video editing experience.
In addition to muting, trimming, rotating, stabilizing your videos, the new video editor now has more than 30 controls to start with. You'll now be able to crop, change perspective, add filters, add granular edits like brightness, contrast, saturation, colour temperature, and many more to your videos. I think that's an easy way to beautify your videos if you don't own a video editing app, or maybe you're not just used to it.
To help you take even more beautiful photos, Google is also adding some of the "Pixel exclusive" photo editing features, that was only available to Google One members on Pixel devices, to Google Photos for everyone on Android. These effects include Portrait Light, Portrait Blur, Colour Pop, etc. With these features, you can transform your portraits with machine learning, even if the picture wasn't shot in portrait mode (with depth information).
Users with Google One membership will also have access to "super filters", powered by machine learning as filters that help you apply complex edits with just one tap.
“With the Dynamic suggestion, you can enhance brightness and contrast across the image where it’s needed, so you get a dramatic, more balanced photo. And with sky suggestions, you can make your golden hour images pop by boosting and adjusting the colour and contrast in the sky with one of several palettes inspired by breathtaking sunrises and sunsets,” Google said in a blog post.
The new video editing features will roll out to Android users via Play Store in the coming weeks, while the premium features will roll out to Google One members over the next few days. Meanwhile, you need a device with at least 3GB RAM, running on Android 8.0 and above. Right now, Google One membership starts at N390.00 per month for 100GB of storage in Nigeria.
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According to the latest rumours, the upcoming Call of Duty game from Sledgehammer studio could be set during the Korean War in 1950s. The rumour comes from reliable insider ModernWarzone.
Rumours about the next Call of Duty game are in full swing as we get closer and closer to the official reveal, which should be scheduled for Summer. And just like every year, players are eager to find out where this next Call of Duty title will be set.
Some insiders suggested that Activision plan another modern-day setting, while whispers about Advanced Warfare 2 are also making rounds on social media and gaming forums, especially after we found out Sledgehammer Games are behind the project.
However, today we have some first, proper rumours about the setting for the next Call of Duty. According to reliable insider and Call of Duty content creator DougDagnabbit of ModernWarzone Twitter, Call of Duty 2021 will be set in the 1950s, during the Korean War and will include Guerilla Warfare.
This is certainly an interesting one since we already have Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, and Call of Duty WW2, which are set close to that time period. To be honest, we were almost 100 per cent sure the game would be Advanced Warfare 2 or some other futuristic title but it seems that Activision decided to reuse some of the assets from Cold War and WW2.
Perhaps, the game is indeed behind schedule which explains why six support studios are currently working on the game.
Anyway, as always with these rumours and leaks, take them with a grain of salt since nothing has been officially confirmed by Activision. Hopefully, we'll get more information about the game in the coming months.
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People who play video games for long periods of time tend to report feeling happier than those who do not, a study has indicated.
The Oxford Internet Institute research focused on two games: Nintendo's Animal Crossing and EA's Plants vs Zombies.
In an unusual step, the developers of the games shared anonymised data about how long each participant had played.
These logs were then linked to a survey in which the players answered questions about their well-being.
A total of 3,274 gamers took part. All were over 18.
In previous research, data gathered about the duration of subjects' gaming sessions was based on self-reported "guesstimates", which can be inaccurate
The gamers were also asked how they felt about their experiences.
Prof Andrew Przybylski, who led the study, said he was surprised by the results.
"If you play Animal Crossing for four hours a day, every single day, you're likely to say you feel significantly happier than someone who doesn't," he said.
"That doesn't mean Animal Crossing by itself makes you happy."
But, he added, 40 years of previous research had suggested the longer people played, the more unhappy they said they were.
The academic suggested that one reason for the discrepancy might be that both of these games had social features, in which players interacted with characters controlled by other humans.
"I don't think people plough a bunch of time into games with a social aspect unless they're happy about it," he said.
"It's like a digital water-cooler," he added, suggesting the titles both provide new ways to mingle with others online.
However, he said that those who had felt compelled to play - for example because they were seeking to avoid stress elsewhere in their lives - had reported being less content.
The world's playgrounds
The professor has called on other games-makers to share similar data.
"We need to study more games, and more players, over more time," he said.
"It would be like letting psychologists study all the playgrounds in the world.
"We might build a theory of bullying or learn how people build new friendships. My hope is that this fosters curiosity and collaboration and open data."Read all >>
Activision has finally confirmed Outbreak, a new Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War mode.
Along with a slew of other Season 2 announcements, Activision has shed light on what we can expect from this new CoD experience, referring to it as a “large-scale” multiplayer experience with new weapons, enemies, and more! And speaking of large-scale, Embracer Group, the owners of studios such as Gearbox Software, have announced a plan to archive all video games. This preservation effort already contains over 50,000 pieces and aims to conserve gaming history and culture. And finally, we take a look at a particularly off-the-wall moment from Tony Hawk’s Underground, presented by Pacifico.
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From connecting to your smart watches to listening to music on your ear buds and other Bluetooth devices, Bluetooth has played a significant role in the tech space. The good days are when these Bluetooth devices work as expected. It becomes frustrating and unusable when The phone Bluetooth is not working. If you ever faced problems with Bluetooth on your TECNO phone, there are a couple of ways to fix it. Here are some solutions to fix TECNO Bluetooth not working.
Restart the device
Let's start simple. Your TECNO phone Bluetooth not working might be a software glitch you can fix by restarting your phone. So, before you try any other solutions below, reboot your phone and the Bluetooth device as well.
Restarting your phone is quite simple. Just hold down the power button and tap Restart, or hold the power button for about 10 seconds. While your phone is rebooting, kindly reboot the Bluetooth device too and start the connection when both devices are on.
Turn off and turn on Bluetooth connection again.
If restarting your phone doesn't do the trick, try restarting the Bluetooth connection. All you need is to turn off Bluetooth on your phone and turn it on after a few seconds. This could help regain connection if your phone's Bluetooth has been idle for a while.
To restart the Bluetooth connection, pull down the quick settings panel and turn off Bluetooth. Now turn it on after a few seconds. You can toggle Airplane mode as well.
Remove and pair your Bluetooth device
To further troubleshoot the problem, you need to remove and re-pair the affected Bluetooth device again. Here's how to do that:
Open your quick settings panel. (Swipe down from the top of the screen twice)
Find the Bluetooth tile and long-press it. It'll take you straight to device connections.
From there, click Bluetooth and tap previously connected devices.
Find your Bluetooth device on the list and tap the settings icon next to it. Now click Forget and confirm it to remove the device.
To pair the device again, go back to the Bluetooth settings menu and tap Pair new device.
Ensure you turn on the Bluetooth device you want to pair and let your phone search for it. When the device is discovered on your phone, tap on it to pair it.
If it pairs successfully, your Bluetooth device should work steadily now.
Clear the Bluetooth cache and data
Every app on your Android phone uses the cache to store some information for later use and to make the app run efficiently. Every app also has data storage where it stores the changes you make on the app. However, the cache may get corrupted or unneeded over time and make the app to malfunction. Clearing the cache and data for the Bluetooth app on your phone could fix the connection problem sometimes. Here's how to do that.
Launch your device's Settings app, then click on Apps & notifications.
Click the option to view all apps (App info, or Manage apps)
Note: if you have HiOS 6.2 and above, go to Settings > App management > App settings.
Tap the 3-dot icon in the top-right corner and click Show system. Find and select Bluetooth in the app list.
Tap Storage & Cache, then clear both of them.
Now try reconnecting your Bluetooth device again.
Enter Safe mode to connect the Bluetooth
If clearing the Bluetooth app cache and data doesn't fix , you may try rebooting into Safe Mode. On Android, Safe Mode lets you boot the system with only the core apps needed by the system: it'll pause/disable all third-party apps till you reboot your phone. Hence, it helps diagnose if an app you installed earlier is conflicting with your Bluetooth feature. Here's how to go about it.
Long-press your Power button to open the power menu.
On the power menu, long-press the HiOS logo for about 10 seconds or till you see the Reboot to Safe mode pop-up, then tap
Your phone will restart and you'll see the "Safe mode" indicator below the screen. Try reconnecting to your Bluetooth device. If it works, you should check your phone and uninstall the problematic app.
Restart your phone normally to exit Safe mode.
Reset Wi-Fi, Mobile Network & Bluetooth settings
If you still can't make use of Bluetooth on your TECNO phone after trying all the fixes above, then you still have more to do. This time, you need to reset the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth & Mobile Network settings on your phone. There's an Android setting that lets you reset some features, rather than resetting the whole device. And this works pretty simple. Resetting your Bluetooth settings will bring back the initial/factory setup. Perhaps you had tampered with the settings earlier, which caused your Bluetooth not to work. Here's how to reset the settings.
Open your device's Settings Scroll to the bottom and tap System.
Right from there, tap Reset options and carefully select Reset Wi-Fi, Mobile & Bluetooth.
Finally, tap Reset Settings and confirm your device security. You can now turn on and reconnect your Bluetooth device after that.
Update the device
Your Bluetooth device might fail to connect with your phone if you're running outdated software. There are some cases where your current software version has some issues affecting Bluetooth and many other features. In regards to that, kindly go to Settings > System > System Update to check and update your device.
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For many android users, Wifi not working on android can be challenging at times. Even worse, it happens at the worst time possible – when you want to send an important document, check for crucial job updates, or even when you want to log into a certain site. Well, while it could be a technical issue, most WiFi connectivity issues are very common. Luckily, these problems are easy to fix, so don’t panic if you’re in such a scenario. We’ve outlined a couple of ways to solve wifi connection problem on android.
Check WiFi setting and see whether it is turned on
The first place to check is your WiFi setting. You never know you might have forgotten to turn it on or switched it off accidentally. If that is the case, then you’re very lucky because that should be fixed with a simple click to fix wifi not working on android. Go to settings, then on Wireless and Network check to ensure that the WiFi icon is turned on.
Alternatively, draw down the notification bar menu, then enable WiFi icon if it’s off.
Open Airplane Mode and disable it again
Many users have reported having fixed android wifi problem by simply disabling airplane mode. In case the airplane mode is turned on, it automatically disables WiFi. To turn it off, go to setting, down to Wireless and Network, then disable airplane mode.
However, if you find that the airplane mode is disabled, you should turn it on and off just to be sure it’s not the one causing the underlying network issues. In case you’ve attempted all of this with no success, move on to the next solution.
This is one of the simplest ways of solving most of your android issues, including fixing wifi not working on android. You can do this by long-pressing on your android power button, then click on the restart option, and wait for the phone to power back on. That should be it, but if the issue still persists move on to the other step.
Reset the router to its factory settings
You can reset your router to factory setting using an option called hard-reset. Here you need to hold the reset button for 30 seconds after which you should release it and observe the router for 30 seconds. If that doesn’t seem to work, take a long press on the reset button for up to 90 seconds, then check if the connection problem is fixed.
Check router name and password
Double-check the name of the router and password because if you click on the wrong name, your android won’t connect to wifi. This applies to the password as well. Entering the wrong password leads to connectivity issues until you fix it. Chances are you know the password without checking but confirming that you’ve entered the letters correctly is important.
Disable Mac filtering
Multimedia Access Control (MAC) is used to identify the devices connected. MAC filters certain addresses, thus limiting the number of androids to be connected. If you think Mac filtering might be causingwifi connection problem on android , then it’s about time you turn it off. Here is how to go about it:
On the address bar, enter the default gateway address.
Then now login using the admin account according to the default logins provided. You should find those default login details on the router’s documentation.
Once you’re logged in, go to the “Advanced” section and check for Mac filtering. Note that different devices use different names for the Mac filtering, although you will be able to identify something similar.
Now, click on the “Disable” key to turn it off.
Click on “Apply” to save the changes. The router applies the changes automatically.
Connect WiFi with other devices
Maybe the android you’re using is having issues connecting to the WiFi. If that is the problem, you should consider switching to a different device to see if the issue persists. You might be surprised to find that other devices are connecting perfectly.
Reboot the router
Sometimes your smartphone might not be the problem, maybe the router could be causing phone not connecting to wifi problem. A lot of people experiencing WiFi connectivity problem solve it by just resetting their router. So, unplug the routerfor 45 seconds then plug it. Once the router is back on, connect your android and see if the issue is solved.
Ask for help from network carrier
If you the wifi is still not working, then you can opt for asking help from the network carrier near you. No matter the wifi connectivity problem on your Android is caused by network glitches or router setting, they could help you fix the issues efficiently.
Factory reset phone(Be cautious)
After trying all of the above options without any success, the last thing to do is to factory reset your phone. Factory resetting means that the device will be back to its original settings. It may include losing all your data, or any downloaded app. That’s why you’re advised to always back up any data you need before proceeding with the factory reset. Most androids come with an inbuilt backup option or just to be safe you should manually transfer important data to your computer or any other device. So, to go about factory resetting your android to its original form:
Open the setting menu
Click on the backup and reset icon
Next, click on factory data reset
Lastly, click on reset phone
This procedure takes up quite some time and eventually, the phone will restart. To confirm that the issue has been fixed, connect to the WiFi once more.
Phone hardware issue
If you’re only left with this option, then the issue isn’t as tiny as you had hoped. Even worse, you might not be sure if it’s the android or the router have issues. If other devices are connecting smoothly to that particular WiFi, that means your router is working properly. That said, you need to have your phone checked by a technician.
For infinix, TECNO, or itel phone users, you can have your phone checked at Carlcare service center near you and you should also consider making an online reservation as well.Read all >>
Back in September of 2019, Google announced that its browser was adding a convenient way to organize open pages. Tab Groups fully rolled out on desktops a year later, and is now beginning to come to Chrome for Android with a new grid layout.
Chrome’s new grid layout replaces the vertically arranged list of cards that nearly spanned the entire width of your screen. Each tab is now significantly smaller, but you get to see more of the page without having it obscured by other cards. Like before, the favicon, page name, and close button appear at the top, while you can still swipe left/right to dismiss. A small tweak sees a “New Tab” label in the top-left corner.
On most phones, you will see six tabs at a time before having to scroll. As a result of this layout, Incognito sites no longer appear next to the list of regular tabs. There’s instead a switcher at the top to access that grid view.
This new view allows Google to bring Tab Groups to Android. From the grid, users can drag and drop one page on top of another to form a grouping. Another creation method is opening the overflow menu and selecting “Group tabs,” while long-pressing any link provides a new “Open in new tab in group” option.
When viewing Tab Groups, a new bottom bar switcher with favicons for each open page appears. The left chevron symbol opens the grid layout for that space while a New Tab button is at the right corner.
For some, the Chrome grid view and Tab Groups started rolling out alongside version 88 last week. It’s not yet widely available, but appearing for more users than before via a server-side update.
How to turn off Chrome Tab Groups grid
Some users dislike this new layout given their muscle memory for the previous interface that has remained relatively unchanged for years. Meanwhile, this grid view has been in use for some time now on Chrome for iOS.
At the moment, you can turn it off by entering the below link in the address bar, tapping the dropdown menu, and selecting “Disabled.” Relaunch your browser afterward by clicking the blue button that appears at the bottom of your screen. You might also need to close Chrome from the Recents multitasking menu or force stop under App Info.
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YouTube for Android starts streaming videos in up to 4K on any display resolution
4K media is widely available nowadays, and YouTube is absolutely full of it, thanks to 4K cameras on smartphones and mirrorless cameras, too. Now, the platform is allowing more people to see content in 4K, with YouTube for Android now streaming 4K content no matter the resolution of your display.
Over the past day or so, YouTube for Android has widely rolled out the ability to view content in up to 4K resolution if it’s available, even if your display doesn’t offer that resolution natively.
For the most part, smartphone displays fall somewhere in between 720p and 1440p, with YouTube previously limiting the streaming resolution of a video to the resolution of the display itself. Now, YouTube for Android is streaming video in up to 2160p on all displays. The Pixel 4a and Pixel 5 with their 1080p displays, for example, now have the ability to stream 4K videos on my devices and our tipster was able to see the same on his Pixel 4. Two Reddit threads show that this feature is rolling out quite widely.
Of course, this doesn’t change the actual resolution of the display itself. IF you have a 1080p display, you’ll still be watching content effectively in 1080p. However, streaming the higher resolution content will result in content looking a bit sharper on that display, even if there’s technically no resolution difference. The difference will be harder to see on a small phone display than it is on a computer, but it’s nice Google is giving users the option.
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We all love using our phones and most of the time we spend lots of time pressing and using different functionalities on our device. From morning till night, we are practically with our mobile devices.
But using your phone on an all-white background can be tiring and even affect your eyes if you have an existing eyesight issue. There is even a myth that an all-white background consumes more battery…lol (We are not here to debunk myths).
Dark mode on HiOS is system-wide. This simply means it covers every part of the device, even system apps like calculator, voice recorder, etc. The dark mode is available in Android HiOS 6 and above
So, what are the advantages of using the dark theme:
• Can reduce power usage by a significant amount (depending on the device’s screen technology).
• Improves visibility for users with low vision and those who are sensitive to bright light.
• Makes it easier for anyone to use a device in a low-light environment.
• Creates esthetics for your device.
To activate dark mode, simply swipe down to reveal the navigation pane and click on the dark mode icon to activate it.
Does your phone have a dark theme? Take a screenshot of it!
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A few days ago, many of us got caught in the Valentine web. Love was in the air. We hope you had a memorable valentine's day because we did!
We went out in the street and spoke to some users about Valentine and also about HiOS.
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Have you ever sat down under hot weather where there’s no canopy and you imagine snapping your fingertip to make a cool umbrella appear?
Or, let’s look at it this way, imagine yourself in a room and you really want to get out but naturally, you must follow the procedures; get up, move to the door, hold the door handle and pull it open, then take a step and move out. Rather, without following all the above processes, you just get up and see yourself standing outside. That’s magical right?
Yes! It is the magic of simplicity that makes HiOS 7.0 amazing.
Latest devices like the TECNO POVA and other TECNO smartphones running on HiOS 6.0 to 7.0 version can perform some amazing magic with a swipe of your fingertip. The gesture feature is making in-phone tools easily accessible without opening or pulling out any app.
For example, one can easily swipe the screen with three fingers to screenshot an interesting page
Draw a simple line to turn on the flashlight even when the phone is locked and the screen light off.
Swipe different parts of the phone to navigate the phone menu without the use of the navigation button.
Raise two fingers in V shape to answer a call without dragging the accept button,
Your open palm and fingers to reject calls and lots more.
Through advanced AI-enabled gesture recognition, one can easily access things that should be done manually, otherwise automatically on the smartphone such as, Finger signs, hand waving, and a little draw on the screen
On HiOS, the gesture features are seamlessly blended with user experience, especially in the navigation.
Without the buttons, user can;
Swipe from the bottom: go home or go to the overview screen
Swipe up from the bottom on the home screen: open the app drawer
Swipe across the bottom: switch apps
Swipe from either side: go back
Swipe diagonally up from the bottom corners: Google Assistant
Swipe down from the top: open Quick Settings and notifications and a lot more.
To setup Gesture settings, hold down the empty screen, select desktop setting – Gesture setting, and make settings of your choice.
Which HiOS Gesture feature have you used and what are your experiences?
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