3 settings to customize your Samsung phone with One UI

Here's What's New in the Settings Menu on Samsung's One UI « Android ::  Gadget Hacks

One UI is an interface that gives many possibilities to users, whether you have a newer version of it (version 2.1) or the initial version. Therefore, if you have a Samsung phone that uses this layer, certain settings allow you to get the most out of it. We show you what they are.
Dark mode
The dark mode of One UI is seen by many as the best we find on Android because it gives us many possibilities, something we have talked about before. Since this dark mode integrates well into the system, in addition to giving us options for customization, such as by schedules or at sunrise and dusk. It is also able to dim the wallpaper, to make it less luminous and even activate the blue light filter to make it more comfortable to read the screen. The steps to activate it are:

  1. Open the Settings.
  2. Go to Screen.
  3. Turn on dark mode (if you want at that time).
  4. Tap Dark Mode Settings.
  5. Turn on the Option to Activate by Program.
  6. Choose when to turn on dark mode.
  7. Activate if you want the blue light filter.
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Gestures to navigate and perform actions
Gestures have been gaining a presence on Android, although each interface or layer has incorporated them differently. In One UI we can use certain gestures to perform actions on the phone, such as passing the palm of the hand over the screen to make screenshots. These types of gestures help us to make more comfortable use of the phone and may even expedite some actions that we perform regularly on the phone.
  1. Open the Settings.
  2. Go to
  3. Enter Movements and Gestures.
  4. Turn on the options you want to use.

In addition, One UI also allows us to use gesture navigation, replacing the phone's navigation buttons. For many users, it is an option that allows them to move more comfortably on the phone. The way to enable these navigation gestures is as follows:

  1. Open the Settings.
  2. Go to Screen.
  3. Tap the Navigation Bar option.
  4. Choose between Navigation Buttons and Full-Screen Gestures.
  5. Activate such gestures.
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Manage battery more accurately
Battery consumption worries users on Android in general. Each customization layer has certain options for its management, such as battery saving mode, as we saw in EMUI. Samsung also gives us several options in One UI, with which we can better manage the battery consumption on the phone. Since there are several power-saving modes, plus an option for the phone to learn from our consumption, adaptive power saving, which thus allows you to better squeeze battery usage. This is handled as follows:

  1. Open the Settings.
  2. Enter the Battery Section.
  3. Turn on the desired Battery Saver Mode.
  4. It also activates intelligent battery management.

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