This Galaxy S20 guide explains everything you need to know on using and customizing Galaxy S20 Quick Settings: what the Galaxy S20 Quick Settings is, how to access it, how to customize the quick setting button order, and how to customize the layout of the quick settings panel.
The Galaxy S20 Quick Settings is identical on Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. So, in this guide, Galaxy S20 refers to all of these three phones.
What is Galaxy S20 Quick Settings?
Like in other Android phones, Samsung Galaxy S20 Quick Settings allows you to turn on/off some features, e.g., WiFi, mobile data, flight mode, without diving into the Galaxy S20 Settings.
The quick setting buttons are also easier to understand and use, compared to the menu and page navigations in Galaxy S20 Settings. So, it is the most efficient way to turn on or turn off some features on Galaxy S20.
By default, in the notification panel, 6 quick setting buttons (with text below them) appear, as shown below.
These buttons are just the first 6 buttons in the Galaxy S20 quick settings. You can find all quick setting buttons if you swipe down again from the notification panel.
Galaxy S20 Quick Settings (or quick settings panel) usually refers to this full-page buttons, as shown above.
Please note, the quick setting buttons include two parts:
- the button; and
- the text below the button.
They have different functions.
Most of the quick setting buttons accept the following gestures:
- Tapping the button to turn on/off the feature.
- Tapping the text below the button to get the options for the feature.
- Long tapping (tapping and holding) the button (or the text below the button) to open the corresponding entry in Galaxy S20 Settings if the feature has an entry there.
A few quick setting buttons may only accept one or two of the gestures.
In addition to the two-page quick setting buttons, in the Galaxy S20 Quick Settings page, you can also find:… Read the rest