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Best Hidden Features Realme 3i Tips and Tricks

 Realme 3i smartphone android based ColorOS has already official. In this article, we will be talking about Best Hidden Features Realme 3i Tips and Tricks…

1. Show Battery Percentage

The Realme 3i offers decent battery life but that does not mean you should not keep an eye on the amount of charge remaining. To show the remaining battery percentage on your Realme phone, head over to

Settings -> Notification & status bar and enable the Battery Percentage option.

2. Pin Apps

Have to hand over your Realme phone to someone to show them something and don’t want them to exit the said app or screen? You can use the Screen Pinning feature in such a scenario. It will pin any app you want on the screen and you can then safely hand over your device to someone. To pin an app, you will first have to enable the Screen Pinning feature from Settings -> Additional Settings. Once enabled, open the Recent Apps view and tap the pin icon located on the bottom left of any app that you’d like to pin.

3. Enable USB OTG

The Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro, and Realme U1 come with USB OTG support which means you can connect external hard disks, pen drives, and other USB devices to it using an appropriate adapter. However, before you plug any device in, make sure to enable the OTG Connection option from Settings -> Additional Settings. The feature is turned off by default to save power. You can also turn it off once you are done using the USB OTG feature.

4. Private Safe

Want to keep some files secure and hidden from prying eyes on your Realme 3i? Simply use the Private Safe feature tucked under Settings for this. You can set a different unlock password for this safe for additional security.

5. Screen Turns On For New Notifications

If you want to quickly glance at any new notification that comes on your Realme phone, you should set the display to turn itself on automatically for every new notification. That way, you can quickly glance at the notification without having to pick up your phone.

Enable this option from Settings -> Notification & status bar and enable the Turn On Screen for Notifications option.

6. Customize Navigation Keys

The on-screen navigation keys on the Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro, and Realme U1 offers limited customization. While one cannot add a custom button to it, at least the position of the buttons can be swapped. Head over to

Settings -> Smart & Convenient -> Navigation Keys and select your preferred layout.

7. Clone Apps

The Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro, and Realme U1 come with dual-SIM capabilities. This means you might want to consider running two instances of the same app on the phone. In such a scenario, you can make use of the Clone apps feature in ColorOS on your Realme phone. As the name indicates, the feature creates a cloned copy of an app thereby allowing one to run two separate instances of it.

The feature is relatively simple to use as well and can be accessed from Settings -> Clone Apps. However, do note that the feature is only compatible with selected messaging apps.

8. Custom Screen-Off Gesture

If you liked the concept of screen-off gesture on your Realme phone, you can create your own custom gestures as well. You can use custom gestures to quickly launch your favorite apps. Head over to

Settings -> Smart & Convenient -> Gesture & Motion -> Screen-off Gestures -> Add a Screen-off Gesture to start creating your custom gestures.

9. Raise to Wake

All three Realme devices — the Realme 3i comes with face unlock feature. To further enhance the experience of using this feature, Realme also includes a handy Raise to Wake feature in its devices. This ensures that when you pick up your Realme phone, its display will automatically turn on and trigger face unlock into action.

When you set up face unlock, you will be prompted to enable Raise to Wake as well. In case, you want to toggle it off/on again, head over to

Settings -> Smart & Convenient -> Gesture & Motion and enable Raise to Turn On Screen. 

10. Flashlight Gesture

Want to quickly turn on the flashlight on your Realme phone? Simply draw a ‘V’ on the display when it is turned off. Make sure to enable this screen-off gesture from under

Settings -> Smart & Convenient -> Gesture & Motion -> Screen-off Gestures first.

11. Navigation Gestures

If you are not a fan of navigation keys, you can switch to navigation gestures on your Realme 3i. It will let you enjoy the display on your Realme device to the fullest as well. To switch to gesture navigation on your Realme phone, head to

Settings -> Smart & Convenient -> Navigation Keys and select the Swipe-up Gesture Navigation option.

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