How To Use Some Hidden Android 12 Features

Android 12
Android 12

Android 12 is right around the corner and there are some hidden features that Google hasn’t talked about. If you have a compatible phone, you can install Android 12 right now through Google’s public beta program. Here are a few useful Hidden Android 12 features!

Notification History

Android now has a place for you to check your notification history, even after you dismissed them, intentionally or by mistake! All you have to do is scroll to the bottom of your notification menu, where you’ll see a new History button. Tap it, and you’ll see recently cleared notifications as well as alerts from the last 24 hours. If you see “manage” instead, you just need to enable the feature from the Settings.

One Hand Mode

A large number of people like the One Hand Feature on Android, simply because the phone’s display is too big for their liking. The new one-hand mode on Android 12 allows you to move anything that is on the top of your screen, to the bottom. This allows tasks that involve reaching out to the top of the screen easier and faster.

Like the previous feature though, you will have to enable this inside the Settings app on your device.

Gaming Mode

Google has a lot of value for heavy gamers and has built a specific Gaming Mode for the gaming community. When turned on, it will do tasks like turn on Do Not Disturb mode or optimize the phone’s hardware.

The feature like the others has to be enabled, from the notification settings panel. This mode isn’t available to the public yet but should be very soon. Beta testers also say that it only works with certain games like Call Of Duty and not with others like Asphalt 9.

That’s our list of some of the most interesting hidden Android 12 features that are underrated in the community! What features do you like the most? Let us know in the comments below!

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