T-Mobile Galaxy S2 just got updated to Jelly Bean and with the update it received also a lot of new features. The Nature UX user Interface has lots of enhancements that make your experience on Android easier and more intuitive. One of these cool features are motion gestures that you can use on most devices with Nature UX.
Motion Gesures allow you to control your device and perform actions by simply touching and shaking your device in different manners. This is a cool feature that can find itself very useful in specific situations. Here is a detailed tutorial on how to use motion gestures on your Galaxy S2.
In order to use Motion settings you have to first activate the option. For this you can go from home screen to Applications > Settings > Motion. You will see that the setting is by default deactivated, so you have to turn it on. So touch the on/off slider and place it in “on position”. Then you can choose what features you want to turn on/off.
How to use motion gestures on T-Mobile Galaxy S2 SGH-T989:
- How to use Tilt to zoom:
You can easily zoom in and out of a picture or webpage by touching two points of the screen and then tilting the screen back and forth to zoom in or out.
- How to use pan to edit. You can easily move icons through pages by holding the icon your finger on the icon and then tilting the device left or right depending on what screen you want the icon to move.
- How to use Double Tap: While scrolling a long list of contacts, messages or a webpage, you can double tap on the top of the device and it will automatically take you to the top of the list without any further actions.
- How to use Turn over to mute/pause: While having the device activated and listening to music or other media, you can turn the device over an it will automatically mute all incoming calls and messages, pause all media playback of FM radio.
For more information on how to use the new motion gestures on the updated Jelly Bean Galaxy S2 you can check out the tutorial on how to use motion gestures on Galaxy S3, as the features are exactly the same.
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