5 best hidden options to be explored by every user in android mobiles

                         There are several hidden options in an Android handset which can be used to our advantage. This may speed up our mobile as well as increase the efficiency of the handset. But then, there are a bunch of individuals who think that this might just mess up their mobile and it would no longer have the warranty, if it has so. For these individuals, we want to tell them that they can backtrack their mobile and then change it accordingly. All these can be done by going on to the Android Developer Section of the Mobile which can be accessed very easily. For this we need to go to “Settings”, then “About” and then continue to tap on the Build Number options till the Developer options appear.

Here are some of the options of Android:

 Enable and Disable USB Debugging of Android

This is an important tool for allowing our PC to work with any external storage device connected to our PC. But for this to happen, we need to set up a connection between our PC and the Android Device and for this we need to debug the USB. We just need to go to Developer Options and then Tick on the USB Debugging options and Click Ok once we are asked if we want to debug the USB.

 Enable MSAA for OpenGL Games

If someone is playing games on his Android handset and he or she wants to increase the quality of his gaming experience, then they have to force enable the MSAA for Open GL Games. The process is very simple. All one has to do is to go to Settings and Developer options and then tap on Force 4x MSAA to enable it.

Android mock Location

If someone wants to show his fake location to others, then they will have to install apps for that but for those apps to work, one must have enabled the Mock Location. Just go to Settings and then to Developer Options and then Tick on Allow Mock Location to enable it.

 Android display CPU Usage

If you are interested in knowing the applications or the other aspects of your Android Mobile which is using your CPU, then you can enable Display CPU Usage. This will let you know about it in detail and one must keep in mind that this option should not always be enabled. To enable this Go to Settings and then followed by Developer Options and then Tick on display CPU Usage and you can see that it will be displayed on the Right side if your screen.

Create Desktop Backup Password for Android

We generally create a backup of our stuffs on the Mobile, but what we can also do is to create a password for that Backup so that others may not be able to access it easily. To do this, you need to go to settings, followed by Developer Options and then tap on “Desktop Backup Password”. After this we need to fill the current password for the full backup of the system and then set the current password.
5 best hidden options to be explored by every user in android mobiles
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5 best hidden options to be explored by every user in android mobiles 5 best hidden options to be explored by every user in android mobiles Reviewed by S Tech on April 13, 2019 Rating: 5

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