Your Galaxy Watch Active has Quick Settings that works similarly to a Notification tray of a Samsung Galaxy phone. Quick Settings has two pages that gives you shortcuts to your often-used functionalities and features. If you want to customize the list in your Galaxy Watch Active Quick Settings, you can do so easily. This guide will show you the steps.
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How to customize Galaxy Watch Active Quick Settings
If you’re wondering how to customize the things that you see under Quick Settings of your Galaxy Watch Active, all you have to do is to follow these steps:
- Make sure that your Galaxy Watch Active is paired to your mobile phone via Bluetooth.
- Open Galaxy Wearable app.
- Under Home tab, go to Advanced.
- Scroll down all the way to the bottom of the page until you see Edit quick settings.
- In Edit quick settings, you can choose what items to allow in pages 1 and 2 of quick settings.
- Once you’ve finalized the items that live on Quick Settings, make sure to tap on SAVE at the bottom.
In Quick Settings, you can also add shortcuts to play/stop music and adjust touch sensitivity.
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