9 Hidden Features in One UI 3.0 based on Latest Android 11 – Useful Features and Settings One UI 3.0

This time we will look at 9 hidden features in One UI 3.0 based on the latest Android 11. In One UI 3.0, there are several hidden settings which are quite useful if you know. Let’s just see what are the hidden settings in One UI 3.0 based on Android 11.

1. Resize Picture-in-Picture

For the first feature, now you can swipe in the picture in picture for YouTube videos. So, when you play a YouTube video in the background like this, where previously you couldn’t enlarge this small view. So, you can watch only in a small size like this. You can only increase it if you tap it like this and when you open another application it will shrink back to normal. However, in One UI 3.0, now you can enlarge this display a little because the bottom view is a little small and a bit difficult if you want to watch while opening another application.

Resize Picture-in-Picture

Fortunately, in One UI 3.0, now you can make it look bigger while opening other applications. Here you can immediately press on the corners of the video and zoom in like this. And the appearance will still be big like this when you open another application.

2. Copy Image to Clipboard

Copy Image to Clipboard

Then, the second feature in One UI 3.0 is that you can directly Copy to Clipboard. This is the latest setting in One UI 3.0 that you can use to copy photos directly to the clipboard on your keyboard.

3. New Split Screen View

Then, the third feature is New Split Screen View. In the Split Screen section, which is the latest feature, you can now split the screen more easily. For example, if you want to open an application in Split Screen mode like this, now it will look a little different from before. Now here you can directly select the second view at the bottom of the icons from the edge panel. In the latest update, now you can directly choose the second application in the edge panel icon.

New Split Screen View

So, you can immediately select one of the icons to display in this Split Screen View section. And if you want to open another application in this Split Screen section, you can directly tap on this section and you can immediately select the application icon, and both applications will immediately open in Split Screen mode like this. And the settings are the same as in the previous One UI 2.5, you can switch the display like this and you can also save the icon directly to the edge panel in this section. You just have to tap it and the two icons will be put together and saved on the edge panel. So, when you want to open both applications at once, you can immediately tap on the second part of this icon. On the edge panel there will be an icon that combines two applications that will immediately open at once.

4. Add Widgets from Home screen Icons

Then, the fourth new feature in One UI 3.0, you can directly add widgets from the icon on your home screen. For menu display, when you hold down an icon like this it also looks a little different in One UI 3.0. Then, here now you can immediately add a widget to the right. All you have to do is select the widget and it will immediately be added to your smartphone screen.

Add Widgets from Home screen Icons

This feature is certainly quite useful for applications that you don’t know if there is a widget. So now you can immediately check the application whether it brings up a widget that you can use every day. So now you can immediately check which applications present the widget feature. If previously you had to look one by one in the widget settings menu. If there is an application that provides a widget, it will immediately appear on the right side.

5. New Permission Manager

Then the fifth new setting is the Permission Manager setting. In the latest update, there is now a Permission Manager feature which is specifically present on Android 11. Now in the settings section, in the Privacy setting section there is a Permission Manager.

New Permission Manager

In the Permission Manager section, you can check which applications use special permissions on your Smartphone. For example, you want to check which applications use microphone permissions, here will immediately appear which applications you allow to use the microphone on your smartphone.

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6. New Permission Setting

If you don’t want to allow the use of the microphone on your smartphone for this application, you can just “Deny” at the bottom. Here you can immediately check and see which applications use the permissions for the microphone. You can also immediately check for cameras, call logs, calendars and so on. If there is a suspicious application or an application that you don’t want to allow to use certain features, you can immediately select “Deny” in this section.

New Permission Setting

You can adjust the permissions for each application. So now it’s easy enough for you to check directly based on the permissions allowed in the application, and now on Android 11, if you tap “Deny” twice on an app that you denied permissions for, the program won’t appear again when you open it the third time.

7. New One-Handed Mode

Then, the seventh new feature is a new look in one-handed mode with additional features. When you activate one-handed mode, in the settings section, select the Advanced feature, then select one-handed mode. Then here you activate this one-handed mode. You can immediately activate one-handed mode by swiping in the middle like this. This new one-handed mode looks a little different from the previous version. Now on the previous black part there will be a transparent effect like this. So, it looks more attractive than before. If previously on this screen it will look black as usual. As for other features such as sliding left and right, this is the same as before and entering settings is still the same in this section.

New One-Handed Mode

For additional features, you can now move it up and down for this one-handed mode. Here you can also slide directly to the top or to the bottom. To move it, you hold it at the top, then just slide it according to the position you want to use. You can also slide left or right according to the position of your hand. And to get out of this one-handed mode, just tap on the outer area.

8. Battery Usage Since Last Full Charge

Then the eighth new feature is the Battery Usage display. If you open the settings then select Battery and Device care then here you select battery. As for the display of battery usage, it looks like it has appeared again “since last full charge”.

Battery Usage Since Last Full Charge

So, there is an option to see a graphical display of battery usage from the last full charge. Then here is like the latest appearance yesterday. Now you can see how the battery looks like this and how the battery usage looks like before like this.

9. Android 11 Bubble Notification

Then the ninth new feature is Bubble Notification that comes from Android 11. To activate the bubble notification, you can check in the notification section, then here select Advanced settings, in the Advanced settings section select Floating notifications and select bubbles. Bubble notifications are a little different from the Bubble notifications that you might already use. To use Bubble notifications on Android 11, for example, if you get a notification like this on Telegram, you can display the notification directly in Bubble Chat.

Android 11 Bubble Notification

In the conversation section, at the top you tap on this right icon. So, it will look like this and this is Bubble notifications in the style of Android 11. If there are many messages that you enter to Bubble notifications, they will immediately line up at the top. And for notifications that you have entered into the notification bubble like this, you can immediately reduce it like this. So maybe this is quite useful for those of you who often chat back to the same people repeatedly. So, you don’t need to reopen it again and it will continue to appear on the front screen. For this notification bubble, so far only support on Telegram and maybe in the future there will be support for other applications. To close this notification Bubble, you can immediately swipe to the bottom as usual. Other applications may follow to support this notification Bubble.

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