Please 7T Pro tips and tricks: Discover the amazing features of the flagship masterpiece

Despite having the world's leading display, versatile triple camera system and high-end design, the OnePlus 7T Pro is still cheaper than its big-name rival. It might just be a small upgrade on the 7 Pro that came before it, but it's still a huge all-rounder. Even if it's big enough.

As is always the case with Android smartphone manufacturers, the app has its own take on software and additional features. With the 7T Pro and the arrival of Android 10 on the connection, there are tons of special orders.

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So if you're considering buying the OnePlus 7T Pro, you've already ordered it or you want to see what it can do before you make a decision, plunge through our extensive tips and tricks. There are plenty here to sink your teeth in.

Worth noting, many of these specs and tips will work on OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro running the latest Android 10-powered and Oxygen OS software.

Divorce 7T about themes and settings

In the most recent software releases, OnePlus smartphone has introduced a full screen customization dedicated to changing colors, fonts and shapes in almost every clean phone interface. Go to Settings > Preferences and you'll find all the options here.

Select app icon style/shape: there are two ways to do this. Or long-press on your home screen wallpaper then go to home settings > Icon Pack or go to Settings > Settings and click on the icon pack option. You can now select preset shapes, or heads for "more" and download any number of XNUMXrd party collections from the Play Store.

Change quick form settings: To change the shape of the quick settings toggles in the drop-down box, simply select "Shapes" in the Settings window > Display Settings. Now you can choose between round, square, teardrop and round rectangle.

Creating a Custom Accent Color: for years, divorce has been about letting you choose which color to use as the main accent color in an interface. While Pie on Android, however, you can only choose from a bunch of presets. Now you can make your own.

In Settings again Settings tap 'Accent Color' and now tap the 'Settings' label at the bottom of the screen. Now you can choose the hue, its saturation and how light or dark you want it to be.

Fingerprint change animation: At the top of that same menu, you'll see four options: Wallpaper, Clock Style, Fingerprint Animation, and Horizon Light. Click the "fingerprint animation" button and select one of the styles on the next screen to change what you see when you place your finger in the fingerprint sensor display.

Change horizon light (aka alert animation): On Russian phones, when the screen is off, you may have the screen pulsing in color and curved screen edges. In the customization settings screen, choose the horizon light and now you can choose between blue, red, gold and purple. We like purple, but you.

Choose a default theme: at the top of the theme customization screen. If you select one of them, you will automatically set the coloring, clock screen lock style, fingerprint animation style and horizon bars style. This is the whole package, for those who don't want to go grainy.

Choose animated live wallpaper: there are two ways to get to this. Either stick into this customization screen, or from your phone's home screen - long press on the wallpaper and select "wallpaper" from the menu. To choose an animated live wallpaper, just look at the one with the little icon on the top left of the thumbnail.

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Enable constant QHD+ resolution: By default, the OnePlus 7T Pro screen will automatically switch between QHD+ (maximum) and FHD+ resolution depending on the content displayed on the screen. If you want to always have it in QHD+ content clarity at all times, go to Settings > Display > Resolution and select the QHD+ screen option.

Select 60Hz refresh rate: in its standard setup, the OnePlus 7T Pro's display is set to 90Hz to make the most of those smooth animations and intense gaming. If you want to save some battery by lowering it to a more typical frame rate, you can switch to 60Hz mode by going to Settings > Display > Screen Refresh Rate and selecting the 60Hz option.

Enable Video Amplifier: if you want to make the video automatically more dynamic and richer, switch to the video "enhancer" mode in the main Options menu.


Enable Reading Mode: swipe down on quick shadow settings and you should see a tile to enable Reading Mode. It turns gray screens, slightly increases contrast, and kills blue light to simulate an e-book reading experience. Therefore, when reading your Kindle app, it actually seems like they are reading the Kindle, sort of.

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Start reading mode automatically: if you don't want to manually activate Reading Mode at any time, you can select specific applications to launch it automatically. Go to Settings > Display > Mode value then add the apps you want to have in that mode every time you open them.

Color Temperature Adjustment: how good the colors on the screen look like an individual can often be achieved. The perfect balance for some is too cool (blue) or too warm (yellow) for others. Luckily, the app includes the ability to manually adjust the color temperature. Go to Settings > Display, now select "advanced". Here you will find a colored balance slider; sliding to the right makes the screen warmer, sliding to the left makes it cooler.

Select sRGB or IOP-R3: In the same Settings menu as Color Temperature Settings, you will find an option to choose from three additional color profiles. Two of them are sRGB and DCI-P3 and both offer different color fidelity for people who prefer those.

Lift wake up: With OnePlus 7T Pro you can have screen call just by picking up the phone. To activate this feature, go to Settings > Display > Ambient Display, tap the "pick up your phone to show" toggle switch.

Click on call: In the same menu as the elevator to wake up, press the "touch screen to show" option, and now when you touch the screen will light up the environment display, alarm/notifications.

Wake up when you receive notifications: again, in the same menu there is a toggle for "new notifications". When enabled, the screen lights up when you receive a message or alert.

Night mode: as with most phones with a night shot feature, the blue tint tape off the screen makes it warmer, yellower, and easier on the eyes at night. Just like the color balance option, there is a slider to adjust how deep you want the yellow tint to be.

Drop down the settings bar at the top and select the "night mode" option. To set it up, or schedule it, long press that same Quick Settings icon or go to Settings > Display > Night view.

Change font size: halfway down the list of main display settings is the option to change the font size. Here you can choose between small, default, large, and large.

Divorce 7T Pro camera tips

Try a drop protected selfie camera or maybe not try it at home, on target.

One feature of the OnePlus smartphone aiming to show off with the 7 Pro was the pop-up auto-drop camera protection that was added too before the 7T Pro. If you take a selfie and the phone slips out of your hand, the phone automatically pulls the pop-up camera back. It does this using data from the built-in accelerometer and knows when the phone is dropped. (Just make sure you catch it. If you drop your phone on a hard surface, you will probably damage the glass on the outside).

Switch between three cameras: it's easy, just click on the little tree icon on the right side of the screen to switch between the main, ultra-wide and telephoto cameras.

Shoot at 48-megapixels: by default, in auto mode, when you take a photo, these are 12-megapixel images, because the image is built by combining four pixels into one. To use all 48-megapixels to enlarge the image, activate the Pro mode and then click the "JPG Format" option in the top toolbar. Now select the "48MP to JPG" option, and your manually managed photos will be 48-megapixels.

Fast switching mode setting: The main Camera app has several shooting modes available for you to quickly swipe between at the bottom of the viewfinder. If there's a mode you want to remove or one you'd like to add open the camera app and swipe up drawer at the bottom to reveal all options then select "Settings" and "custom modes" now add any extra modes you want and they will be in that quick jump list.

Get that fisheye ultra-wide shot: By default, when you choose to use the ultra-wide angle lens, the camera automatically corrects it to make all stitches look even. But, if you want creative, fisheye with curved and distorted edges, you can simply turn off the "ultra wide lens correction" option in the camera settings. Worth noting, with the correction turned off, the image seems to lose quite a lot of contrast and detail, so the overall image quality is worse.

Shoot in 4K/60: By default, video shot in Video mode is set to 4K resolution but at 30 frames per second. To switch to the smooth 60fps option, click on the 4K switch at the top of the camera's viewfinder screen, and then select the 4K/60fps option.

Double press the power button to start: The default camera app can be launched quickly by double tapping the power button on the right edge. If you don't have the feature turned on, or you want to turn it off, go to Settings > Buttons & Gestures, and then tap the switch next to "Turn camera on."

Access to setup camera: unlike previous versions of the software, camera settings are not permanently available from the camera's main viewfinder. To open it, move the camera on the mode bar. Now go to the Settings tab in the corner.

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Add Manual HDR Control: By default, HDR is on automatic, with the camera deciding for itself, based on lighting/contrast conditions, whether it should use it or not. If you want to be in control when it comes to yourself, open your camera settings and toggle the "HDR Manual Mode Control" option on. There is now an HDR option in the toolbar at the top of the screen when you open the camera.

Enable automatic scene night mode: Like some other modern Android phones, the OnePlus 6T can shoot bright handheld night mode shots. To use it, you need to select "night" from the camera's shooting modes.

However, if you want the camera to decide for itself, you can switch to the "auto night scene" option and it will decide for itself, in normal photo mode.

Quick Capture: you can choose for the camera to take a photo when you double click the power button. Open the camera app, then open the settings using the above method. Here you will find a switch that allows you to quickly capture.

"Shot for Divorce" watermarks: In the same menu, click "shot at OnePlus logo". Here you can enable a feature that automatically applies a watermark, which can also be customized to include your name. The end result is a photo that has a "divorce shot with [your name/pen]" in the bottom corner.

About mode: Getting to Pro mode is much easier than before. Open the camera and swipe up from the bottom of the screen to display shooting options. Select Pro mode, now you can manually adjust a number of settings.

Adjusting each of these settings is pretty easy. Once the manual mode has been selected, you just need to click on any setting you want to change, then you will get a semi-circle control on the screen. Adjust ISO, shutter speed, or focus by rotating this on-screen “wheel” clockwise or counterclockwise.

Remove histograms: by default, pro mode histogram on the screen. If you don't want it because it's blocking your videos, you go back to your camera settings and toggle the histogram switch off. You can do the same for the horizontal reference line.

Shoot photo: when you start pro mode, you will see a line in the center of the screen, it turns green when the phone is level. To disable this feature, go to your camera settings and turn off the "horizontal line" toggle switch.

Save user presets: still in Pro mode, you can save a specific preset by clicking on the "C" button on the toolbar, then touch either C1 or C2, then adjust the settings and click the save icon. This allows two presets in total.

Portrait Mode: To switch to depth effect mode, swipe from right to left in the regular camera. This launches Portrait mode and uses both cameras to create bokeh/background blur behind the subject.

Save a regular photo in portrait mode: If you want a copy of your portrait in photo mode without the depth effect added, go back to the camera settings and scroll down to the portrait section. Toggle "save normal photo" and every time you take a depth effect shot, it will save you the normal version as well.

Portrait Selfie: simple - in portrait mode, flip the camera to the front camera, and you will have a photo with a blurred background of goodness.

Add grid lines: Back in Camera Settings, select "Grid" and then choose between 3x3, 4x4 or golden ratio grids.

Change image ratio: In the main camera, on the toolbar, you will see a "4:3" icon. Click this and you can change the shooting ratio to either 1:1 square or 16:9 widescreen shot.

Save photos in RAW format: Launch Pro mode, then click on the little "raw" icon on the main toolbar.

View photos by location: Open the default Gallery app and click the "Places" tab. You now have a map with little pictures scattered around. To view more localized collections, just pinch to enlarge.

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Start a quick search instead of the standard application menu: As with most Android phones, when you swipe up from the bottom of the screen, the app drawer slides up. If you prefer instead of the "quick search" option (where you can quickly find the app you want), long press the wallpaper to select "home settings" and then tap on the drawer icon before selecting "quick search".

Double tap to lock your phone: long press on the home screen wallpaper and press "home settings", activate now "double tap to lock". Now when you double-tap an empty area on the home screen, you are with the OnePlus 7T Pro lock.

Create parallel applications: If you have work and personal accounts for various social and messaging apps, it can be very frustrating to keep switching between them. With the parallel app you can clone Facebook, messenger, whatsapp, twitter and instagram among others and have an app for each account.

Go to Settings > Programs > Parallel Apps and choose which of the supported apps you want to duplicate. Then a parallel version will be added to your application drawer, and pointed to by a small orange icon.

Change the number of application columns: press and hold on the home screen wallpaper and tap "home settings" and then "home screen". Now you can choose whether you want three, four or five columns of apps on the home screen.

Change app icon size: In one menu screen home you can choose between three different sizes of app icons.

Setting individual icons: press and hold any app icon and you will see a new popup menu. Click the "Edit" button and you will be able to change the App label/name as well as choose a different icon style for the same app.

Turn off dot notifications: In the same settings menu main screen, tap "Notification Dots" and when the toggle is turned off, you forfeit dots appear on your app icons when there is a new notification waiting.

Open app shortcuts: Some apps have a list of shortcuts that appear on the home screen. Tap and hold on an app icon and you'll get those options to pop up above the icon. They only appear on compatible apps. Some don't respond that way.

Contact app shortcuts on home screen: when you have the app shortcuts showing, press and hold the one you want to pin to the screen and drag it where you want it. Now you will be able to perform this action by simply clicking on the shortcut that is permanently on your home screen.

Add widgets to the shelf: Shelf custom screen that sits to the left of the main screen. By default it has a toolbox with shortcuts, weather, recent contacts and recent apps displayed, but you can add just about any other widget you want by clicking the Settings button in the top right corner, select 'widgets', select the widget you want.

Customize Shelf Widgets: On the shelf, you can press and hold the widget to change the text of the message, or turn off the weather information. Tap and hold on any of the other widgets, drag them to rearrange, or tap on the red "X" to remove that particular card.

Disable Shelf: for some reason, you might just decide you don't want the shelves. To turn it off, open your regular home screen, then touch and hold the wallpaper. Select "Settings Home" then switch the "shelf" switch to the Off position.

Swipe down for notifications: you can access the notification dropdown by swiping down anywhere on the home screen. This gesture is enabled by default. To turn off, press and hold the home screen, select "Settings home" and toggle "swipe down" off.

Change display size: Go to Settings > Display > Display Size, then move the slider at the bottom of the screen to the icons and text size you want them to be.

Change battery icon: With OxygenOS on you can choose what battery information you want to see in the status bar. Go to Settings > Display > status bar, then tap "battery style" and choose the battery icon style you want.

Show battery percentage: in the same menu as the previous tip, toggle switch "show battery percentage" option.

Connecting Button 7T Pro Tips

Quick Start - With Quick Launch, you can use the in-display fingerprint sensor to launch applications. Go to Settings > Programs > Quick Launch and switch it on. Now click on "hotkey settings" and you can add multiple app function shortcuts or just shortcuts to open the app. As examples, you can use it from the calendar to quickly add a new event, from the calendar to take a Selfie, or to create a new alarm or timer in the Clock app, among many others. You can add up to six different apps or feature shortcuts.

To actually use it, hold your finger over the fingerprint sensor after the phone has been unlocked. After about half past two, a quick launch UI will appear and you can swipe through the features/apps you want to dive into.

Use the power button to start the assistant - if you want, you can set the power button to launch the perfect assistant like Alexa or Google assistant when it is pressed for half a second. Go to Settings > Buttons & Gestures, and then turn the "Quick Activate Assistant App" toggle on.

Activate gestures - navigation only - In Settings > Buttons & Gestures > Navigation & Menu Gestures, you will see an option called "Gestures". If you enable this mode, there are no virtual buttons on the screen at all. You manage your phone with a series of swipes.

With gesture-only navigation: once activated, you swipe up from the bottom edge center edge of the screen to go home, swipe up from the bottom right to left to return to the app, or swipe up from the bottom center and hold your finger/finger to the center of the screen while multitasking/recent apps view.

Bring back traditional Android navigation buttons - again, in the same menu, select "back", "home", "recent" and you will return the traditional three-button Android navigation system.

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User actions: In Oxygen OS, you can assign secondary functions to any of the buttons on the screen, whether you're using the system's pixel-like gesture or the traditional three buttons. Each button can have two secondary functions, running or long-press or quick double-tap.

There are seven options in total, which include opening recent apps, launching search assistant, turning off screen, camera, voice search, opening recently used apps, opening health, opening and closing notification center, or opening and closing split screen. You will find the options in the same menu under the "navigation settings" option.

Swap last/back order: By default - when using the traditional navigation mode - the left button is the back button, and the right button is the "recent apps" button. If you're more used to them being the other way around, you can switch those. Just toggle "paging buttons" in the "navigation" of the "Settings" menu.

Warning Slider: in one other button on the OnePlus 7 Pro is a three-way alert slider along the left edge. Sliding down regularly, show me all notification mode. In the middle is Priority Mode, which restricts most apps from sending you notifications. The first place is complete silence, which practically drowns out everything.

You can adjust the Do Not Disturb options in Settings > Buttons & Gestures > Notification Slider. Here you can allow alerts from specific contacts to go through.

Divorce 7T Pro safety tips

Add or remove fingerprint data: Go to Settings > Security & screen lock, then select Fingerprint. Now "Add Fingerprint" and go through the process of capturing your finger or thumb data using the built-in fingerprint sensor that lives under the display bezel. To remove fingerprints, simply click on the small trash/trash icon next to fingerprints.

Screen pins: If you want to lock any app on your phone's screen, you can do so by heading to Settings > Security & screen lock and then selecting the screen-pinning option. Turn on the toggle switch. If you have activated navigation gestures, this option is not available.

To then lock any app on your screen, open the app then navigate to the recent apps screen using your favorite navigation method. Now click on the three dots next to the app's name, above its thumbnail card. Select "PIN" and it will be blocked to this application. To disable, press and hold the Home and Back buttons together.

App Lock: you can save app data by closing it for fingerprint unlock. Im in the utility settings menu, select "app locker" select which applications you want to add. Now when you open these apps you will be prompted for your pattern, PIN or unlock with your fingerprint.

Hide notifications from blocked apps: at the top of the app locker menu you will see a toggle to disable notifications. Turn it on and now no information from those apps will ever be shown on the lock screen.

Add face control data: - if you haven't done so in the settings, you can add your face unlock data feature by heading to the security and lock settings. Click "Add Data" and follow the instructions by pointing the front camera at you.

Remove face details: it is the same method as above. If you have face data saved, you will see "delete face data". Click on it to delete your face data from memory.

Auxiliary lighting for unlocking: Switching to the next setting will activate a feature that will light up your phone's display when you are in a low light situation so that you can unlock your phone.

7T Pro Software Features and Specs

Remember your parking location: div on the' shelf that lives to the left of the main screen, there is a new feature in which you can do this to remember where you parked your car. Just swipe from left to right to get to the shelves and then tap "mark location" to make a GPS log of where you parked. You can also click "take a photo", which is also handy if you're parking indoors and can't get accurate location data.

Take a Break with Zen Mode: One scam for a new feature in Oxygen OS is called Zen Mode, which essentially forces you to put your phone down. Scroll down to the Quick Shadows settings, and then select Zen mode. Before activating, make sure you confirm that you definitely want to enter Zen Mode, because once you do that, you won't be able to access apps or anything else on your phone other than emergency calls and cameras. Now put your phone down for 20 minutes and enjoy the peace of mind.

Recording Screen: as part of its oxygen operating system update, you can now record a screen capture of what is happening on your phone. You can quickly access it by dropping down the quick shadow settings, and making sure the voice recorder screen option is in the tile grid, then just click on it and a small voice recorder icon will appear on the screen.

Tap Record to quickly start recording.

External audio recorder on screen: By default, screen recording tool to record audio from any application is to play audio on your phone. However, you can have it record external audio through the microphone, so if you're making a tutorial app - as an example, or playing games and making videos - you can record yourself speaking over it, or just recording environmental sounds.

To enable this feature, click on the settings gear in the small recording icon and select "audio source" select "audio". You can also have audio if you prefer.

Change screen recording resolution and quality: If you want, in the same menu, you can select "speed" or "resolution" to adjust how well you want to capture the quality. The bitrate ranges from 1Mbps to 20Mbps, while you get four different resolutions to choose from.

Hide touch control on screen recording: again, on the recording settings screen, there is a switch to enable/disable the touch controls. With it, it records little round dots where you touch the screen. Turn it off if you want to hide it.

Enable WiFi calling: With more official carrier support than ever, please phones can now be used to make calls and texts over Wi-Fi, your carrier provides support, and is an option on your plan. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi & Internet > SIMs & networks, and then tap on SIM 1 or SIM 2 (whichever you want to use the feature with). On the next screen, you will see a toggle for Wi-Fi calling. Turning on.

Switch to game mode If you get tired of people pestering you on whatsapp while you're trying to beat your best lap time in real racing 3, you'll be happy to know that there's now a way to block notifications while you play.

Drop-down notification/settings shadow and swipe on, and then select game mode.

Customize and automate gaming Do not disturb: in the program, this feature is enabled automatically for specific games, long press the game Do not disturb the quick settings of the tile that you just fucked. On the next settings screen, you can add specific apps to trigger the feature, and enable the option to be able to receive calls directly through the speaker. Another way to find it is in Settings > Programs > Game Mode.

Make a simple warning text during the game: when Game Mode is enabled, you will not receive any notifications by default. But you can change this. In the game mode settings, select "how to show notifications" and select "text only". Choosing "heads-up" enables the usual Android-style notifications, which can be quite distracting.

Two SIM options: Just like previous OnePlus phones there is a dual SIM tray which means you can use two SIM cards in the phone at once. If you have a job and a personal line, or a SIM card for two different carriers, this can be invaluable, especially if you know one network in your area has a better data rate than another.

Heading under Settings > Wi-Fi & Internet - > Network SIM, and you can choose which SIM is the most preferred option for mobile data, calls, and text messages. So if one SIM card has higher traffic, you can set that as the main sim.

Reorder quick tiles: In Android N, Google introduced the ability to move around quick tile settings in the drop-down settings panel, but the divorce has been in the oxygen of the OS for a while now. Drop-down panels as usual, then click on the pencil under the settings panel. You can then rearrange the tiles on the screen according to your preferences.

Please 7T about quick gestures: like many modern phones, you can enable a range of gestures to launch an app or feature. Go to Settings > Buttons and gestures > Quick gestures, then you then activate the ability to flip the phone on your face to turn off the ringer, swipe with three fingers to take a screenshot, double tap to wake the phone or draw II to lock the screen with two fingers to play or pause the music.

And you can also select apps to launch on the drawing h, v, s, m or f on the lock screen.

Take a long screenshot: when you are on a long page you can capture everything. Take a long screenshot. Press the volume down key and the power button together as usual, then you can see a small screenshot with thumbnails in the bottom corner with the "expanded screen" below it. Click this option and it will start taking a long screenshot of the page you are on.

Markup screenshots: After you have taken a screenshot, click on the small picture in the corner, this will take you to the edit screen where you can set the properties of the image, as well as the ability to edit the image and draw/write on it.

Easter egg: last but not least, head into the preloaded calculator and type "1+=". Let's see what happens.

Let us know what tips you find as you dive into your own brand new 7T Pro. Sound off in the comments, or catch us on social media.

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