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For Android users, we are here with Ultimate Hidden Tricks and Features Of Android. Today Android devices are remarkably smart and can be used for lots of purpose in this tech world. Till now we discussed many neat tricks for Android, and this time, we brought you some cool secret Android features. Practising these hidden features can effortlessly customize your experience with your Android device. So have a look at the complete guide below.

Below we are going to discuss some cool things that might be unfamiliar to you. So have a look at these cool features below.

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#1 Controlling the Data Usage

Well, many of you will know about this feature, but I am sure very rare one utilize this. This is a very helpful feature that comes with Android. You can monitor your data usage and control it. You can set the maximum data limit for a particular date.

Controlling the Data Usage

For that Open setting > Data Usage > Set Mobile Data Limit, here you can configure the data limit.

#2 Quickly Change WiFi Network

Quickly Change WiFi Network

If you want to change the WiFi network, you visit Settings > WIFi or long press WiFi icon in the notification shutter. But there is an easy way to switch between WiFi networks. Just swipe down the notification a smart, and instead of pressing on the WiFi icon (disable), press on the network’s name you will be given the list of all networks.

#3 Android Device Manager

This feature allows you to track, ring, lock and wipe your Android device if you lose track of it. So, make sure to turn on this feature

 Android Device Manager

Go to Settings > Lock Screen and Security > Other Security Settings > Device Administrators > Turn on “Android Device Manager.”

#4 Create Desktop Backup Password

Create Desktop Backup Password

You can create the backup password for your Android device to recover it using your desktop. Just follow the below steps to proceed.

  1. Go to Settings -> Developer Options.
  2. Tap on a Desktop backup password.
  3. Fill in the current password, then type and retype the new password for a full backup.

#5 Reduce Battery Consumption By Altering Animation Effects

Reduce Battery Consumption By Altering Animation Effects

You can minimize your battery power consumption by using the neat trick in developer mode which we’ve explained in steps mentioned below.

  1. Go to Settings -> Developer Options.
  2. Scroll down and there look for Window animation scaleTransition animation scale, and Animator duration scale.
  3. Now adjust the scale and better is to select the 0.5x in all the above options.

#6 Display CPU Usage Overlay

Display CPU Usage Overlay

In your Android device, you can enable the full CPU meter to get displayed on your Android device by which you can easily judge which app is putting too much load on your Android.

  1. Go to Settings -> Developer Options.
  2. Tick on the Show CPU Usage option there.
  3. Now you will see all your CPU usage at the right of your Android screen.

#7 Stop Android Activities Completely After Closing It

Stop Android Activities Completely After Closing It

Enabling this feature will allow you to stop activities when you close it completely. This will reduce battery consumption and even data usage too.

  1. Go to Settings -> Developer Options.
  2. Tick on Don’t keep activities.
  3. Now after this, you can rollback settings by unticking this.

#8 Fake The Current GPS Location

Fake The Current GPS Location

For this, you can use the Mock the Location to make your GPS tracker tool track your exact location which can be used by many apps to spy on you.

  1. Go to Settings -> Developer Options.
  2. Tick on Allow Mock Location.
  3. This will fake your GPS location tracker on your Android.

#9 Enable USB Debugging Mode

Enable USB Debugging Mode

In many cool apps, USB debugging is used for the perfect working of your Android with your PC. And this feature is only available in developer options that you can implement from below.

  1. First of all, go to Settings -> Developer Options.
  2. Tick on USB Debugging checkbox there.
  3. Select OK on the pop up appears saying “Allow USB Debugging?”.

#10 Enable Higher Graphic Render Option

 Enable Higher Graphic Render Option

MSAA For OpenGL Games can be enabled on your Android device to allow Android games to run with high graphics quality that can be enabled by:-

  1. Go to Settings -> Developer Options.
  2. Tap on Force 4x MSAA.

#11 Make Your Device Awake while Charging

Make Your Device Awake while Charging

You can make your Android active while you were charging it and it is the best indicator so that you can enable this cool feature as:-

  1. Go to Settings -> Developer Options.
  2. Tap on Stay Awake to tick it.

#12 Using Google Chrome To Access File Directory

Using Google Chrome To Access File Directory

It is the ultimate hidden ability on your Google Chrome browser that you might not believe, but you can see your SD memory data in your Chrome browser. You can do so by:-

  1. Open Google Chrome browser on your Android Smartphone
  2. Now type file:///sdcard/ on URL bar and search.

#13 Using Google Maps Offline

Using Google Maps Offline

Your Android can help you download maps of the particular area in your Android to browse it when you don’t have the internet connection. Many of you will think that it is impossible, but actually, it is possible You can go through our Article on How to use Google Maps Offline to know about it.

#14 Sending And Receiving Your Android SMS on PC

Sending And Receiving Your Android SMS on PC

If you are using an Android smartphone, then you have a fashionable solution by which you can get all your SMS on your PC. Moreover, you can browse them all on your PC, and there will be no need to pick up your Android and read every message.

  1. You need to download Airdroid on your Android Smartphone first.
  2. After you download the app on your smartphone, go to from your computer browser.
  3. Now scan the QR Code Given on your computer screen with the help of your Android mobile app.

#15 Control Your TV Using Android

Control Your TV Using Android

You can use your smartphone as a remote controller to control all your smart devices. There are some apps available on the Google Play store that helps to control your IR electronic devices remotely.

#16 Access Notification Settings In A Quicker Way

Access Notification Settings In A Quicker Way

Well, notifications are something that’s useful. However, too many notifications can become irritating after some time. Users can adjust or turn the notifications off for a particular app by holding on a notification in the drop-down notification bar. Users will see a setting icon next to the notification, from where they can turn the notification off for any particular app.

#17 Display Touch Points

Display Touch Points

Well, if you love to make some tutorial on your Android smartphone just to share with your friends then this will be useful. This option enables a white dot on places where you have touched. Head over to Developer options and then search for the option “Show Touches” and enable it.

#18 Simulate Color Space

Simulate Color Space

Well, Android operating system implements lots of the features. Once you have enabled the developer mode, you can also simulate the colour space to reduce the eye strain. Users just need to head over to the Developer Options and then needs to find “Simulate Color Space” and then can change the filters of Android.

#19 Using The Power Button To End Call

Using The Power Button To End Call

While we are on the call, most of the time our thumb is near the power button. So, enabling the Power button to End call might be the easiest way to end the ongoing call. You need to head to Settings > Accessibility and search for the option ‘Power Button Ends Call” and then enable it.

#20 High Contrast Text

High Contrast Text

If you have a weak vision, then you can enable the High Contrast Text from Settings > Accessibility. Once you enabled the option, your text will appear crisper and easy to read.

#21 Cast Your Android Screen

Cast Your Android Screen

Well, if we look around for a number of years, we have been able to broadcast our Android phone’s display to the larger screen using a Chromecast. Well, Android users just need to make sure that they have installed the Google Home app for Android. Open the app, tap Cast screen/audio from its menu, and then choose your Chromecast. Through this, you can even mirror your phone to a larger screen.

#22 Run Apps Side By Side

Run Apps Side By Side

Well, this new feature is added to Android 7.0 Nougat. This new feature gives a user the ability to run apps side-by-side or one above the other. To set up the new feature, tap the Overview button (square icon below the screen) and then choose which of your recent apps you want to see.

You just need to hold and drag that app’s title bar to the top or left of the display. Once done, simply choose another running app to appear alongside or under it.

#23 Save Web Page As PDF

Save Web Page As PDF

Well, if we talk about web browser on Android device, without any doubt, Google Chrome is amongst the first choice of users. Actually, Google Chrome hides a secret which eventually allows users to save a web page as PDF format.

You just need to open the web page which you want to save and then head over to Share > Print and then save the web page as PDF.

#24 Boot Your Android In Safe Mode

Boot Your Android In Safe Mode

Well, there are times when we have to face the erratic behaviours of the apps installed on our device. Well, sometimes we mistakenly install some apps that display an array of obstructive ads that don’t allow you to do anything else.

In such situations, it’s best to boot the Android phone in safe mode. Safe Mode disables all the third party apps which makes it easy to recognize and remove bad apps. To boot the phone into safe mode, tap on the power button and long-press the option to power off.

So above are all Hidden Secrets Of Your Android Device. You can give a try to all these cool features on your Android device and can have lots of innovative experience on your Android device. Hope you like our work, do share it with others too.

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All Android Apps get up their updates, some might get updates very soon and some might get very rare updates. These updates can make up the new unique changes or just tweak up the existing app which you have installed before on your device. Have a look at the method to downgrade any app on your android.

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Sometimes there could be a problem faced by the users in which they found up the apps not working correctly or find some errors after the upgrade and this is not impossible while the developers are not sure about the same working of the app on every device. Now, what if you have got your apps upgraded and then after using it again you find it not working correctly and got up some errors within, anything negative you get in your app you may then want to either remove up that app or just use it alike. But there is something that you people might not think about i.e downgrading the app as there is no such direct option for the same action in the Android. But apart from that, you can actually do that by some method, and here in this article, the method is well described. As some time it also happens to me that I don’t like the new user interface or sometimes additional functionality that the app developers added so I go for downgrading those apps. And also that was the only reason I researched for that and found the below way by which I can do that. Just read up the article for more information on that method.

For system apps, there can be the only option to downgrade the version of the app is updated by uninstalling app updates from the app preferences. For the third-party apps, you can go through the below process.

Steps To Downgrade the Android App if you Don’t like the Update:

1. First of all, open up the settings of the Android device and then from the options just turn off the Auto-Updating feature for the installed apps. After that, you should also check that the option for installing apps from unknown sources is also enabled as you will need that feature afterwards.

Downgrade the Android App if you Don't like the Update

2. Now check for the lower version of the app that you want to downgrade on your Android and then download it from the web. You can easily find up the designated version of the app that you wish to actually run on your device. After that uninstall that installed app on your Device.

3. Now navigate to the folder on your file manager where you have downloaded the required version of that same app that you wanted (downgraded version). Now click on that apk file for that app and it should begin to install on your device.

Downgrade the Android App if you Don't like the Update

4. After the app is successfully installed with all permissions accepted you can now open up the same app from the icon that you can see in the dock of your Android. That’s too simple as you ‘re familiar with that!

5. The app that you will be launching will not be the updated version but will be the required downgraded version of the app. Just keep in mind that you should not enable the auto update apps features on your device as this will again update that app which you don’t want to be done.

And this was the easy method by which you can easily downgrade up any of the updated apps on your Android device, although this method is not directly applicable through the options or the settings of the Android still it isn’t much difficult than that. Just get up the whole idea about the method and then try it on your device, you can easily get rid of the problems faced by the upgrading of the apps as you will be uninstalling that updates and downgrade the apps to their previous versions. Hope you like the guide, do share it with others too.

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