How to Add Custom Shortcuts on Quick Settings Menu of your Android phone
This guide has some easy steps to let you add custom shortcuts on quick settings menu of your Android phone.
The quickest way to use any feature or access an app on your Android phone is through the quick settings panel. This panel comes with a customizable feature and allows you to add or remove apps or features from the panel. However, there are only limited in-built features that you can add or remove. You can use a third-party app to add custom shortcuts on the quick settings menu, and this guide has all the details for it.
How to Add Custom Shortcuts on the Quick Settings Menu of Android Phone
You can use built-in shortcuts to add or remove apps or features from your quick settings menu on your Android device. You can edit the quick settings menu by following these steps:
- Open your Android home screen and swipe down, pulling the notification bar.
- Tap on the pencil icon on some Android phones, it is written as the ‘Edit’ option instead.
- Now drag and drop the desired shortcuts from the hidden shortcuts section to the quick settings section.
- To remove any shortcut, tap on ‘x’ or some Android phones have a drag-and-drop method to hide shortcuts and save.
- If you want to add custom shortcuts to your quick settings tiles, you will have to use a third-party app such as Tile Shortcut.
How to Add Custom Shortcut using Tile Shortcut
- Open Tile Shortcut and tap on the ‘app’ from the menu.
- Select an app you want to create a custom tile for, and a window will open.
- There will be various customizing options like icon size, name, and more.
- Customize the tile and tap on the check icon at the center bottom of the screen.
- Now slide down the notification bar to access quick settings and tap on the edit icon.
- Drag and drop the custom shortcut from the hidden shortcuts section to your quick settings section, and tap on save.
- The custom shortcut will appear on your quick setting tile.
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