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It hasn't been long since LG released the G3 handset for its Indian user base. The device is easily one of the most notable handsets of the year, and is expected to go big in the coming months.
The LG G3 packs the sharpest display yet and a fast laser focus camera, all that with an impressive build. The device packs 2560 x 1440 pixels into a large 5.5-inch display. It also features a laser-focus 13-megapixel rear camera, which helps you lock onto subjects faster.
Not long ago, we posted our first Tips and Tricks story with the LG G3 in mind. Needless to say, we got a good response with readers wanting more of such tips.
Hence this is our second part of the Tips and Tricks for the LG G3. Hope it further clarifies whatever you want to know more about the device. Let's take a closer look.
If you didn't know by now, you can easily re-arrange and customize the Android navigation bar. Just head over to Settings -- Display -- Home Touch Buttons. Tap 'Button combination' and drag the buttons to positions that you like the best.
Tired of your phone buzzing like it's in the earthquake mode (shaking the entire base where it's kept)? You can easily bypass that by going to Settings, Sound and tap 'Vibrate strength. You can choose from one of the five available patterns.
The G3 is a big phone. And unless you have big hands, it will be impossible to handle the device one-handedly. But for us small handed people, LG has placed a few features inside that will allow you to handle the phone with one hand. Check the image on how to utilize it.
This one is easy to execute. Head over to the Settings -- General -- Accessibility menu for the option to have the G3's camera flash blink on incoming calls and notifications. This will be quite helpful.
You can get beautiful collages via LG G3's Gallery app. Just open any album, tap the square button and then 'Make collage.' You can select the photos, the type of collage and also save it in the collage album.
You can specify and customize the text messages you send and receive. Just hit the square button, go to settings. After that tap on 'Conversation theme' to customize it whatever way you like.
This is basically an annotation tool that will allow you to take screenshots of the content that's on the screen. You can access it from the pull-down notification drawer, or by swiping from bottom up. Check it out as it's quite helpful.
The LG Health can be quite the thing you need to take care of your health. It will calculate the steps that you took and estimate how much calories you lost. Check the image for more details.
You can always take a handful of images to make you own personalized wallpaper. Just head over to the multi photo option from the settings, tap + to add images and add as many as you want.
You can always hide or unhide apps (and even edit or uninstall them) straight in the menu. Just head over to the main app menu, hold on the apps and an option should open up that will offer you several options. Check image.
With the LG G3, you can unveil a lot of possibilities. Just tap on the top notification panel, and there your should get two options side-by-side: QSlide and Quick Remote. Quick Remote is essential if you are looking to surf channels via your handset.