The One UI layer of Samsung mobiles can be simplified to simplify the user experience. It is perfect for those who need a larger size of all screen elements, also for facilitate the use of people with less technological knowledge.
You might like it a lot, a little, or be indifferent, but there is no doubt that One UI, the personalized layer that Samsung integrates into its mobile phones and tablets, adds a huge amount of possibilities to Google’s Android. It even lets you turn your smartphone into a more minimalist phone: the one responsible for achieving this is simple mode. This mode is perfect to facilitate the use of the smartphone
Simplify the Samsung Galaxy interface with simple mode
For those who want a smaller Samsung Galaxy, for the elderly who do not need all the additional options offered by the smartphone or for those who have vision difficulties, for example: the simple mode makes it possible to make the more minimalist interface while enlarging icons and texts. Everything to gain visibility.
The easy way It is included in all Samsung Galaxy with a unique user interface
- Access your mobile settings.
- Enter screen options.
- Find the ‘Simple mode’ option and activate it with its selector.
After activation, all texts become larger, icons increase in size, keyboard increases in contrast (as long as Samsung keyboard has been chosen) and the time required for the mobile to recognize a long press is prolonged (This time can be customized in the simple mode menu). Additionally, One UI adds a desktop on the left where you can add frequent contacts
Simple mode enlarges all elements of the phone and in one step. This makes it much easier to read a WhatsApp message or see which app represents each icon, for example
Simple mode increases the visibility of all items on the screen, but before activating it you should keep in mind that you will need to customize desktops again (activating the mode removes folders and shortcuts). By switching from simple mode to “normal” mode, all desktop customizations are restored.