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This chapter is from the book

Display, Gestures, and Buttons Settings

  1. Pull down the Notification bar and touch Settings.

  2. Touch Display, Gestures & Buttons.

  3. Touch to enable or disable autorotate, which is when your HTC One uses the acceleromoter to detect its orientation and rotate the screen to match it.
  4. Touch to choose the font size of all text. Choices range from Small to Extra Large.
  5. Touch to change the screen brightness manually or set it to automatic. When on automatic, your HTC One uses the built-in light sensor to adjust the brightness based on the light levels in the room.
  6. Touch to choose a sleep timeout or use Auto.

  7. Touch to choose which notifications the LED will flash for.

  8. Touch to set the double-click speed for the Home and Back buttons. This really should read “double-tap speed” because it refers to the period in-between taps when you want to double-tap the Home or Back buttons. Refer to the Prologue to read why you would want to double-tap these buttons.
  9. Touch to choose whether you want to allow apps to recognize the special HTC three-finger gestures. Disable if you have games or other apps that use three or more finger gestures or controls.

  10. Scroll down to calibrate the G-Sensor.

  11. Touch to calibrate the G-Sensor.
  12. Touch to save your changes and return to the previous screen.

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