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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by KCav, Mar 23, 2010.
i never knew about quick settings. thanks for that one
If you use Quick Profiles (which is a very handy and free app to make lots of settings changes all at once - like making everything loud in your car, everything quiet for work, and medium loudness for normal situations), you can make a profile that just turns Wifi On, Wifi Off, or just toggle the current Wifi State.
Very handy for lots of reasons, but for the wifi radio too.
+1 Can't get much easier than that
You don't have to turn on Wifi to surf the web......though it will typically be faster than the 3G data service.
How did you download Quick Settings? I typed Quick Settings into Google - found the wbsite; Registered/ Activated /Logged on/ Searched for Quuick Settings and found it. But I couldn't download the Quick Settings; feel stupid; what do I need to clickon?
There should be an icon in your app drawer that looks like a yellow gear that is labeled quick settings. I keep it on my home page. Click on the icon and you will get a list of things you can turn on and off. It also tells you the battery % and has a flashlight button in there
Where's the Power Widget?
Clicked Home button
Pushed gray rectangle upward
Looked for Power Widget ...... none there.
How can it be I don't have Power Widget
You have to long press on an empty space on a home screen, select widgets, then select the power control widget. then find soemwhere on a home screen to place it and then ur good to go
I found the Power Control widget
Also make sure you have enough room. It takes up 1 whole row of space.
It amazes me how many people don't know about the power control widget and look to download an apps for it instead.
My business partner just saw it on my phone yesterday and asked where I got it from. We got our Droids on opening day back in November!