Control your Samsung Galaxy S III with motion gestures Video
Control your Samsung Galaxy S III with motion gestures Video Transcript
One of the little on the features unique to the Samsung galaxy S three is the motion activation. It lets you complete data -- pass a little easier using motion gestures. To enable it you'll have to go to settings. Motion. And -- motion activation on. From there you can select which motion features you wanna use there are bunch of options to choose from but also you feel. One of them is tilt as him so when you're looking at a photo or a web page. To zoom and hold your -- fountains and tilts power zero. You can -- go to all the position. And to zoom back out. Figured -- comes back on and tilt away from -- One of the other cool motion gestures as turn over commute or pods. When you activate it and set it face down on a table. All incoming calls message alerts alarms and even music will be turned off and silence. Then when you pick back up. All of your normal sounds -- back -- Are at the last example and one of my favorites -- palm's swipe to capture experience pick a screen capture of a funny conversation or web page. With this activated you can just use your pond to swipe across the screen. And it'll capture. Your screen shot will be saved in -- screen shots folder in the gallery and it'll be copied to the clipboard. So those are just a few of the motion gestures that you can check out the rest and motion settings plus each one comes up its own set of instructions on how to use -- specifically. To check out more features that are unique to Samsung galaxy S three check out our review on cnet.com. And for more how to use -- -- how to dot cnet.com. First -- neck and -- back. --
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