[ How To ?? ] Customize Always On Display on Samsung Galaxy Note 8

How to customize Always On Display To get started with customizing the Always On Display, head to Settings, Lock screen and security then Always On Display. Now let's see what's in there and what you can do with it. By default, you have six different main clock styles to choose from: digital clock, analog clock, world clock, calendar, image and edge clock. They're all pretty self-explanatory and have small previews of what they look like generally. You can download more Always On Display styles from Samsung Themes if these choices aren't to your liking.
Tap the Always On Display style you want to use, and you'll launch into a customization screen where you can tweak different aspects of the screen. The customization options differ based on which of the styles you're working from, but basically come down to the clock style, color and background.With a few of the styles you'll also be able to tap on blank spots on the screen to add more information like a…

[ How To ?? ] Take Screenshot with Google Assistant

http://cdn01.androidauthority.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/google-assistant-take-a-screenshot-840x444.jpg

It’s a bit of a pain for smartphone owners to quickly take a screenshot of their current display to share with others. The default method of pressing the volume down button and the power button at the same time can be like a hit and miss. Now, a new feature has been added to Google Assistant that allows the virtual companion to be a very simply way to make a quick screenshot of your phone.

As from the screenshot above, the server-side update now lets users who activate Google Assistant to either say or type out, “OK Google, take a screenshot”. The image that’s directly behind the Google Assistant screen is the one that will be used for the screenshot, and after it appears, Google Assistant brings up the share menu automatically so you can quickly share the image with family and friends online.

The screenshots that are created with the help of Google Assistant also get rid of the bottom navigation buttons, along with any notification logos that you might have active on top of the display. The screenshot button that was previously included with Assistant is now gone with this update. For people who want to take screenshots quickly, with no button pushing required, this will certainly be a welcome update for Google’s virtual helper.

Install Windows 10 On Mac

 

 

Comments