ColorOS 7 Tips and Tricks or Hidden Features

OPPO has been launched ColorOS 7 globally, and there are few numbers of devices that are getting the beta version of the ColorOS 7 update. ColorOS 7 has a bunch of new features that you will get in the ColorOS 7 from the new update. If you are wondering what is the ColorOS 7 tips and tricks or hidden features. If your oppo or realme phone hasn’t got the update ColorOS 7 update yet then in the meantime, you can look at these awesome tips and tricks about the ColorOS 7.

Here’s the list of Realme devices that will get the ColorOS 7 [Updated]

Here’s the list of Oppo devices that will get the ColorOS 7 [Updated]

ColorOS 7 Tips and Tricks or Hidden Features


Soloop is the video editing software that comes with ColorOS 7. Oppo has tried to simplify video editing with ColorOS 7. It has introduced a Soloop video editor, which uses an image algorithm to scan your video recordings. It finds and singles out the good section and automatically joins them, applies effects, and outputs a striking video.


Don’t painfully learn to edit, just a little, it will automatically select the wonderful picture, and follow the music rhythm card to make the wonderful blockbuster instantly generated, even, you don’t need to do it at all, when it scans enough good clips, it will Will actively generate wonderful stories. All you have to do is export and share, and wait for praise.


Believe me, more than 80 pictures, more than 20 types of video scenes, it is fully recognized. The original material is handed over to it, and it is worry-free and worry-free.


It can automatically recognize the dialogue voice in the video, without typing, your blockbuster will have subtitles, up to 95% accuracy, will completely liberate you from the tedious period.


What’s more worth mentioning is that it will also recommend music styles based on the video content, so that you can say goodbye to the song selection. Massive music style, keep up with the trend of real-time updated music library, ready to meet your ears.


Secure your sensitive information- Turn your phone into a mobile vault. Secure photos, audios, and other files you deem sensitive in the Private Safe. For further security, screenshots cannot be taken while Private Safe is being used. To set up the private safe for the first time, go to Settings > Fingerprint, Face and Password > Privacy Password > enter password > Private Safe. There you will be able to put your files.


Lock your apps for peace of mind- Keep your information safe by encrypting important apps with a password that only you know.

  • Go to the Settings
  • Then Privacy Password settings
  • Go into Lock Apps option,
  • Select the apps you want to lock from the list provided and tap Enable Password Verification.
  • Once it’s enabled, there will be a new option appear below to hide the app icon completely from the phone.
  • Then you have to create an access passcode which you need to enter into the dial pad to access the hidden apps.


Get quick access to the apps you need- Simply scan a QR code to start migrating your data to a new phone, without the need for a data cable. Your transmission progress and which data has been transmitted will be displayed clearly for easy viewing. In addition, the whole process is encrypted to guarantee the security of your data.

#5. Customize icons shape

Oppo used this feature from ColorOS 7 and added the icon customization in the settings menu. You can go to Home screen settings and there you will find the icon style option. Inside there you will find a bunch of options to change the shape, size, and appearance of the icons.


Everything you need on one screen- View all kinds of essential information in one place. Step counts, events, popular apps and more can all be found in the Smart Assistant. Sports fans have even more reason to celebrate. The Games card provides you up-to-date scores and information for soccer and cricket matches so you’ll never miss out on the big plays.

#7. Dark Mode

ColorOS 7 comes with Android 10’s system-wide dark mode which turns the user interface dark.

  • Go into the Settings menu of your Realme and Oppo device.
  • Scroll down and you will find Display settings and select this option.
  • Now you will see Dark Mode.
  • Select the option and you can toggle the Dark mode in the device.
  • You can also schedule Dark mode and enable it for third-party apps.

Once it is enabled, you can see that all the system-wide settings and apps will have a dark theme or dark mode.

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