Today, we all have a large number of devices that connect via Bluetooth. From smart watches to Bluetooth headphones or even the car radio, it is the most normal thing that we connect to another device with the help of this technology.
But to use it in the best way you have to know how to enter its configuration menu. And although you can do it through the Settings menu, there is a much faster way.
The question is to save time when accessing pairing Bluetooth devices. Let’s see how to access with 2 screen touches.
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If you have to enter the configuration of this wireless connectivity, surely you can do it through the Settings menu. But there is a faster way.
We can enter the configuration with only two touches to the screen. The first will be to slide down, the notification bar, so that the items of the quick settings, Wi-Fi etc. appear.
Next, you will have to keep your finger pressed for a few seconds above the button with the Bluetooth icon.
Video of our Android channel on YouTube, where we explain the easy process to enter the Bluetooth settings, with 2 screen touches.
It is important that you keep in mind that you must leave your finger pressed On top of the icon. Otherwise, all you have done will have been to connect and disconnect the Bluetooth.
But in case you want to change some element of the configuration, or simply choose a new device to connect to, you will have to keep your finger pressed. This way, you will save yourself having to go to the Settings menu, a much longer process.
Also valid for other settings
Although in this tutorial we have focused on Bluetooth, the reality is that it is possible to use this same trick to access other configuration functions.
For example, if we perform the same process but the one we leave pressed is the Wifi, we can directly access the WiFi settings. This will mean that, if you want to simply make a quick adjustment, you can do it in the simplest way.
What can we do from the Bluetooth settings
Entering the Bluetooth configuration menu is essential in case you want to pair your mobile with a new device. And in the event that it has not been automatically connected to any device that you already had linked and you had to do it by hand, you will also have to do it from here.
Therefore, at the time you want to make a connection that goes a little out of the ordinary, this tutorial will be very useful.
Have you ever used this shortcut to access Bluetooth settings? Do you think you really save time with respect to entering from the Settings menu? We invite you to go through our comments section and tell us your opinion, as well as other shortcuts for your Android.