I am an iPhone person. Sorry for that.
However in my protection, I used to be given a latest Android telephone and prefer it!
Nonetheless, I observed a distinction within the Auto-Lock habits that’s, to me, totally annoying.
Perhaps individuals right here used to the factor may enlighten the poor iPhone person that I’m.
On an iPhone, about 10 seconds earlier than getting into auto-lock, the display dims. Similar on Android.
Then, tapping anyplace on the iPhone display earlier than the lock happens, the dimming stops, the iPhone is prepared for use once more and that is it. The placement the place the “tapping” occurred is not activated. It is merely ignored.
Nonetheless, on Android, whereas the display is dimmed and one can barely see the place the tapping takes place, the “tapped” location is activated! So no matter was tapped is run!
More often than not, tapping the dimmed telephone is simply to wake it up. So, I attempted to coach myself, and discover an icon-less space to faucet each time I need to get up the machine. However typically it is inside an app…
In comparison with the no-brainer motion on an iPhone, that is actually annoying.
Searched the settings, the iPhone habits doesn’t appear to be attainable on an Android telephone.
That is the cause I would not swap to Android.
Likely, Android customers are used to that habits and don’t care (/ do not know that the habits may very well be totally different).
Is there a method to set that iPhone habits on Android?