ANDROID 12 users may be missing out on a feature on their phone that could make their lives so much easier.
The device’s quick menu allows users to adjust settings such as wifi, Bluetooth, alarms with a simple swipe down motion.
However, the settings on the menu are pre-set and can be confusing because there are so many tiles to choose from.
Luckily, Android 12 users can customize the settings panes on the menu and tweak it to their liking.
To customize the menu, you must first pull it down by dragging it down from the top edge of the phone.
Since you’ll only see the first four settings at first, you’ll have to scroll down again to expand the menu.
When you see the other settings icons, you’ll see a small pencil icon below them. When you tap on the pencil icon, you will see all the available icons pop up.
Now that you’ve seen all the available icons, you can touch and hold the tiles to rearrange them any way you want.
You can also add new tiles by tapping, holding, and dragging them up.
Finally, you can also clear any tiles for apps you don’t use often to make it easier to find the ones you use.
You should keep the four most used tiles as the top four, as these are the first ones that appear when you swipe to open the menu.
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https://www.the-sun.com/tech/4674773/android-users-customize-menu-easy-access-to-apps/ Android users are encouraged to customize this menu before using their phones if they want easy access to apps.