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Customize Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Screen: Reduce Screen Size

By: Grace Gajetes-Hisona | Wednesday, October 8, 2014

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Similar to the Galaxy Note 3, the new Galaxy Note flagship device also integrates the reduce screen feature, which you can use along with One-hand Operation. So if you are not satisfied with the current screen size of your Note 4 device, or find it big enough to view perhaps, then you can have it changed.


In this guide, we'll teach you how to use Reduce screen size feature to reduce the size of your Note 4 screen. You may start whenever you're all set.

1. Tap on Apps from the Home screen.

2. Tap on Settings to continue.

3. Under Device Settings, scroll to and select the Display and wallpaper option.

4. From the Display and wallpaper screen, scroll to and select On-handed operation.

5. Now select Reduce screen size to configure this option.

6. To enable the option to reduce screen size, drag the switch next to Reduce screen size, to the right direction.

7. Tap the Home button to return to the Home screen when done.


Adjust Note 4's screen size using One-hand operation


You can also set up your screen for One-handed operation and adjust the screen size afterward. Here's how:

1. Hold the device in one hand.

2. Slide your thumb from the corner of the screen to the middle and back, in one quick motion.
After doing so, you can now easily use and control your Note 4 device with one hand.

To adjust the screen size as you desire, simply tap in the corner of the screen, then drag he screen to adjust it to the size you want.

3. Tap and hold the bar at the top of the reduced screen, to move the screen to any direction.

4. If you want to return to the full screen view, tap the expand icon located on the upper-left corner of the reduced screen.

And that's how you reduce the screen size of your Samsung Galaxy Note 4.


 

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