Now let's make sure you get the most out of your phone. Some of these hidden features are new to this year's crop of devices, and some have been around for awhile. But they're all worth knowing about. Samsung will now let you remap the Bixby button, so you can call up any app or quick command you like in addition to Bixby Voice. Tap the Bixby button once to launch Bixby.
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Remap the Bixby button
If you just added one finger print at setup, you can go to Biometrics and security within Settings, and tap Fingerprints. Bixby critics, rejoice — Samsung is finally allowing users to remap the Bixby key within the app itself, without forcing users to turn to shady third-party apps and dangerous rooting procedures. Starting with the new Android Pie-based OneUI interface on all the S10 models as well as the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 before them , you can head to the Bixby Voice screen to redirect the button to the app or command of their choosing. Simply press the Bixby key to call up Bixby Voice, then tap the three vertical dots on the screen that follows. Go to Settings, then scroll down to the Bixby key item. As it stands, Samsung is only allowing users to remap the single- or double-press functions individually.
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I confirmed it works. I turned on bluetooth to connect to my new smartwatch and the default is to "trigger drive mode" with this new paired connect. Normally drive mode makes no sense for a smartwatch as it was designed for a car. I first called Verizon technical support and the agent upon hearing that drive mode was randomly being enabled that there was something wrong with my smartphone hardware. I refused thinking there must be an app attribute that affects this operation. What a pain that would have been to lose all my cached data and not even fix the problem.
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