In Easy Steps: Tweak settings and customize the interface of Samsung Galaxy SIII – Part 3

Friday, July 13th, 2012 7:09:56 by

To read the list of commands in the S-Voice press and hold the home button until the apps kicks in. Say ‘What can I say?’ The software will prompt the user will a list of commands that can be used in everyday life.

While the user is at it, he/she can also change the settings of the app. For instance, the user can enter the home address so that when the command, ‘How do I get home?’ is uttered, the app shows the route to home.

Moreover, the user can also activate wake up command. Enabling this swift way to unlock the phone however, will drain the battery faster than the normal use as the S-Voice will be running in the background.

For 3G and 4G LTE users Samsung offers a data plan control app that keeps tabs on the data usage by the owner. It can be set to a specific data plan that the user is subscribed to. To activate this service, the user should know the data plan’s details.

Once the plan details are at hand, go to settings and tap Data usage. Tap on the checkbox for Set mobile data limit. To enter the upper limit of the package by tapping, holding and dragging the red line on the graph. The orange line can be set to a specific limit within the package to warn the user on the low balance. The usage graph can also be checked manually from this service.

Other small tweak include battery percentage display on the top bar. Go to Setting and then Display to activate Display battery percentage. Keyboard settings can also be changed like silencing the key-tap sounds by going to Settings, then Language and Input. Tap on icon next to Samsung Keyboard.

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