Are you curious enough with your mobile? Well, today we will tell you some details that few have noticed. Every time we want to access quick functions within our cell phone, we see a series of buttons among which are find the NFC. What is?
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Remember that you can access this button through the options menu of your smartphone. Just by moving the notification bar you also have the option to press the “do not disturb”, deactivate the Wifi, share data, etc.
However the NFC is always present in all cell phones in the worldbut it has become quite popular in recent years.
What does the NFC button on your Android phone mean and what is it for?
You can access NFC not only by pulling down the notification bar, but also through the Settings of your smartphone:
- If you have wondered what the “NFC” button is for, then to make payments without contacts.
- This means that it can be used very similar to Apple Pay, in which you must download an app to be able to use this function and thus make payments without having to have your physical card.
- Although this is only found in some countries, it is expected that little by little it will reach a presence in Latin America.
- On the other hand, with NFC you can also quickly synchronize some devices in your home just by sliding your terminal over the gadgets.
- Likewise, the NFC will also help you locate items that you cannot find at home and that have a tag.
- The identification and even the passport can also be carried within the NFC app. However, it is also disabled in several countries, as is the case with the vaccination card.
Know all the functions of Android digital buttons
- Multitasking button (three vertical stripes icon): is probably the least used. It is used to close all the applications that operate in the background, which you do not use but continue to consume your phone’s battery and RAM. Press it and all the windows of the apps you have opened will appear, close the ones you don’t use to optimize the smartphone.
- Home button (icon of a square with curved edges): Also known as “Home”, it is used to be referred to the interface or main screen of the cell phone, however, if you press it for a few seconds, the “Google Assistant” will be activated, a function that comes by default.
- Back (arrow icon pointing left): As its name indicates, it is to go back one step or exit an application in progress.
What is the “eye rest” button on your Android phone for?
- Visual rest, as its name suggests, serves to avoid any type of fatigue in the eyes.
- When you press the icon, a yellow filter automatically appears on your mobile screen.