Master your Xiaomi phone with these tips and tricks: Do you own any Xiaomi phone? If yes so lets start with our fav tips and tricks,
You can now run two different accounts on the same Mi phone. With Second Space, you can create a whole separate partition within your Mi device, and both accounts will have separate emails, apps, photos and passwords.
In a sense, this is similar to how Windows handles multiple user accounts. So if you share a device with a family member, or simply want a separate space for “guest” users, just head over to Second Space.
In essence, everything on the First Space will be separate from the rest of the things in Second Space – virtual partitioning at its best.
To activate: Go to settings and search for Second Space, then tap it to turn it on and be transferred to the other zone on your smartphone. Switching between spaces will also require a password or fingerprint login to keep each Space’s user from accessing the other user’s data.
To go back to your first zone, simply swipe down on the notification bar, and there should be a floating notification that says First Space. Tap on that, and you will be back in your original zone.
Your Xiaomi’s calculator isn’t just a simple, stock Android abacus. This powerful calculator is capable of helping you convert currency live as you travel or as you purchase items online from international sellers. If you are a student or a scientist, this calculator will help you convert units from 1 unit to another. Converting area, volume and even temperature, proves to be child’s play for the Mi calculator.
To activate: Just head on over to calculator on your home screen and then select the menu button that has this 9-dot symbol.
If you are using the Mi Max, you’ll know that sometimes it’s simply impossible to touch the other end of the screen just by using one hand. So what you might want to do is employ the Quick Ball function, which acts something like Apple’s Assistive Touch button, except that it only expands out from the corner you tapped on. This thoughtful feature makes one-handed navigation so much easier.
You can even toggle for it to disappear on some apps like Google Play Books or Netflix when you are consuming media so that you won’t be disturbed by that silhouette of a ball there.
To activate: Go to settings and then followed by additional settings, and you will find Quick Ball. Turn it on, and you will see a translucent ball appear on your screen.
Go big or go home
If you find yourself squinting at your Mi phone trying to read emails, it’s high time to stop before those furrow lines become permanently etched onto your face. It’s only natural that your eyesight will worsen with time, but you don’t have to give yourself wrinkles. Don’t fix yourself, have your Mi phone fix the problem for you.
To activate: Go to Settings, then Text size, then move the slider to the size you want. There are a total of six options ranging from S (perfect eyesight) to XXL, tap OK and the phone will transform text for you.