Are you tired of your Android apps not behaving the way you want them to? Do you wish you could customize their settings to suit your preferences?
Well, you’re in luck! In this tutorial, we will explore how to change app preferences on Android.
Step 1: Open the Settings App
To begin, unlock your Android device and locate the Settings app. It usually has an icon that resembles a gear or cogwheel. Tap on it to open the app.
Step 2: Navigate to Apps & Notifications
Once you are in the Settings app, scroll down until you find the ‘Apps & Notifications’ option. It is typically located towards the top or middle of the list. Tap on it to proceed.
Step 3: Select the App
In the ‘Apps & Notifications’ menu, you will see a list of all the installed apps on your Android device. Scroll through this list and find the app for which you want to change preferences. Once you’ve found it, tap on its name.
Step 4: Access App Settings
Now that you are in the specific app’s information page, look for an option that says ‘App info’ or ‘App settings.’ This option may vary depending on your Android version or device manufacturer. Once found, tap on it.
Step 5: Customize Preferences
Congratulations! You have now accessed the preferences for your chosen app.
Here, you will find various options that can be customized according to your liking. Let’s explore some common preferences:
- Notifications: In this section, you can control how and when the app sends notifications. You can choose to enable or disable notifications, set notification sounds, and even control their priority.
- Permissions: This section allows you to manage the permissions that the app has on your device.
You can grant or revoke permissions such as access to your camera, contacts, or location.
- Data Usage: Here, you can monitor and control how much mobile data or Wi-Fi the app consumes. You can limit data usage, restrict background data, or even disable data usage entirely for the app.
- Storage: In this section, you can view the amount of space the app occupies on your device’s storage. You may also have the option to clear app data or cache to free up space.
Note that these are just a few examples of preferences that you may find in an app’s settings. Depending on the app, there may be additional options available for customization.
Step 6: Save Your Changes
Once you have made your desired changes to the app preferences, navigate to the bottom of the page and look for a button that says ‘Save’ or ‘Apply.’ Tap on it to save your changes.
Step 7: Exit Settings
You’re almost done! To exit the settings for the app and return to your Android device’s home screen, look for an arrow icon or a ‘Back’ button. Tap on it until you are back at the home screen.
And there you have it! You’ve successfully changed app preferences on your Android device. Now you can enjoy a customized experience with your favorite apps!
This tutorial covered how to change an individual app’s preferences. Remember that system-wide preferences and settings may differ slightly depending on your Android version or device manufacturer.