which way do you swipe in the android os to access shortcuts or the notification bar. In this blog article we will see how to do it.
You can swipe from right to left to access shortcuts or the notification bar in Android OS
Answer: So you can swipe in the android os and do it from home screen of any smartphone.
Yes, there are 3 options and you can swipe in the android os to control the shortcuts.
Here is what you can do.
- Choose a location for your phone.
Click Start> Open Apps> Network> Settings -> Location in Settings -> Device location (which is usually called the “location of your phone” in the Google Maps)
- Create a new shortcut
In the menu, select Open to create a new shortcut for your iPhone or iPad. It’s a short file but it can be read via the shortcut to any new Google Maps app using your iPhone’s app viewer. Then you can either paste the icon in text to the list of options of the shortcut.
This will open the app in Google Maps and you can start the app with this key.
How to access Google Maps shortcut
I had trouble to go to the home screen, because of some problems with navigation, when I got the phone to move to the home screen I had to swipe into the shortcuts and swipe right to go back to the apps I want to activate.
- You can start the application from your iPhone
- Find any of the open and closed tabs you need