DON’T MISS: HTC One M9 review
The very first trick TechSmartt shows is one One M7 and One M8 owners will be all too familiar with: How to disabled BlinkFeed, the not-very-useful social media aggregator that HTC has installed on its phones for the past couple of years.
Thankfully, there’s more to learning about the One M9 than disabling BlinkFeed and the video also shows you how to use the phone as a full USB Flash drive, how to personalize your phone by changing its fonts and wallpapers, how to end your phone calls using the power button, how to enable “glove mode” to make the device more sensitive to touch when you’re wearing gloves, how to hide bloatware that comes installed on the phone, how to access and edit your quick settings menu, and much, much more.
As is always the case with lists this big, not all of the tips are going to be useful for everyone. Nonetheless, this is a great video for anyone curious about some of the things their One M9 can really do. Check out the whole thing below.