Realme UI 2.0 Setting toggle color, hide System cloner, LEHUA Lock Screen; Realme 8 tilt-shift mode for old devices & more
Realme continues to project the ground-level touch it enjoys with its huge user base with the help of the routine FAQ drill.
The heavily feature-packed Realme UI 2.0 has gradually found its way to a good number of devices now which has caught the attention of many.
From most commonly asked questions to the future implication of any feature, everything finds its way to the FAQ.
Realme UI 2.0 customisations
Starting off with the plethora of customizations that Realme UI 2.0 brings along.
Q- Can you choose your own setting toggles color in realme UI 2.0? Not from a series of presets but picking the exact gradient and shade. And if not, will this feature be added in the future?
A- realme UI 2.0 supports choosing the accent color from 5 color combinations and 10 core colors – but there currently is no plan for picking the exact color gradient as we still need to ensure visibility.
Q- Can the shape of the folders be customized in realme UI 2.0?
A- No, such feature is not available yet. We will look into it.
Q- In realme UI you can choose the App Animation Speed. Which speed setting is best for better battery life?
A- The faster the better. The reason being that generally speaking animations take more of a toll on the CPU. So the faster the app opening, the shorter the animation, the less battery usage.
Realme UI 2.0 feature-related queries
New features always excite users but leave some of them wondering about the actual function of these Realme UI 2.0 features, Realme has answered these questions.
Q- Does realme PaySa need NFC to work? What are the advantages of using realme PaySa over Google Pay?
A- realme PaySa can work without NFC as well. And compared to other payment apps, like Google Pay, it comes with several exclusive services, including Financial, Management, Insurance, Air Tickets, and Hotels.
Q- What is the difference between the Smart Driving mode and Riding Mode under Smart Services?
A- Smart Driving turns on your smartphone’s Bluetooth so this can connect to your car kit and have all incoming notifications channeled through your car’s speakers. On the other hand Riding Mode will not turn on your Bluetooth and simply mute all messages other than incoming calls – assuming you’re riding a bike and typing would be dangerous. Both modes can be added to the quick settings for easy access.
Q- I noticed a “LEHUA Lock Screen” feature in realme UI 2.0. How does this differ from the previous lockscreen magazine?
A- This is the very same function, but it has been momentarily renamed. We are looking for other naming options at the moment.
Realme also talks about a feature from the Realme 8 series’ camera that won’t make it to other devices running Realme UI 2.0.
Q- Is the tilt-shift photography mode from realme 8 series going to be available in previous realme smartphones with an update?
A- No, there currently is no plan for this as this feature requires a series of hardware components – from the lens to the silicone performance – to work properly
The company also took up some miscellaneous questions and addressed them.
Q- I deleted DocVault by mistake, is there any way to get it back?
A- In realme UI 2.0 you can easily reinstall system apps in the Settings > App management > Recover uninstalled system apps. All system apps that have been uninstalled will be listed here and can be downloaded again with a simple tap.
Q- For added privacy is there a way to make System cloner not appear in the phone settings?
A- Yes, realme UI 2.0 makes it possible to hide System cloner in the settings – so when someone is using your phone they will not find out you have a second, private space.
Simply head to the Settings > Privacy > System cloner > Hide access to System cloner
A lot has been discussed this time around. Sessions like these become important to have a clear communication channel between the company and the users.
This will be followed by an AskMadhav episode later this month where the CEO himself will address a few queries related to the Realme UI 2.0 features and upcoming plans.
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