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Let’s be honest right at the beginning here – the Huawei Nexus 6P is a Nexus device nonetheless, and I love the idea of Nexus devices since its inception, and loved everything about it since Galaxy Nexus, even more so during the Nexus 4. Nexus 6 by Motorola was a letdown – but the Huawei Nexus 6P rocks things up entirely with hidden features everywhere. Here are just 6 out of the entire fleet of hidden features packed in the Huawei Nexus 6P!
For those who is still new to this device and haven’t fully explore this ultimate smartphone, let us share with you some unknown tips and tricks that will make your Nexus 6P an even mightier phone, and a totally customized experience just for you.
1. Unlock System UI Tuner settings
In the Nexus 6P, you can long-press the Setting buttons on the notification panel and it will unlock the hidden System UI Tuner settings.
From this hidden settings, you can arrange the Quick settings, Status Bar etc.
2. Activate Battery Percentage status
As we all may know, Nexus 6P does not show the battery percentage status by default. But Nexus 6P allows you to switch it on in the hidden System UI tuner settings.
3. Change screen picture color mode to sRGB
Inside settings, you can change the screen color mode to sRGB if you don’t prefer the more saturated AMOLED screen. It can be done by enabling the developer options by clicking the Build number in About phone for 7 times. Once the developer options appear, you can go inside and activate the sRGB mode.
4. LED notification light
Huawei Nexus 6P has a LED notifications light which is not turned on by default. But you can turn it on in the settings at “Settings>Sound & notification>Pulse notification light”.
5. File Manager
On the application drawer, we can’t find the File Manager at all. But in fact, it is available and hidden inside the settings. It is located at “Settings>Storage & USB>Explore”.
6. Quick launch Camera
When the screen is off, all you have to do is double tap the power button and you can activate the camera app instantly.
This is just a few tricks that we think is very useful to make the Nexus 6P an even better device. If you have any other tips or tricks that we’ve missed out on this article, do comment below to share with us.