Join Pat Salvador for an in-depth discussion in this video Adjusting audio parameters, part of Up and Running with Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Edge and Note 4.
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- Both the Note 4 and Note 4 Edge…come with a series of Accessibility tools…to enhance your audio experience.…The first one involves hearing aids…and connected stereo headsets,…Sound balancing, enhancements to your calling experience,…and the use of subtitles.…So now let's locate the Accessibility feature.…We'll start by locating the notification area…up here at the top,…take your finger, swipe it down.…Let's access the Settings menu…by tapping the Settings cog right there…and let's scroll up until we find…the Accessibility menu right there.…
Let's tap it.…You'll notice here we have an area…specifically geared toward Hearing.…Let's tap that.…The features we're going to be talking about right now…are Hearing aids, which improve the sound quality…when connected to a hearing aid device.…Next, let's take a look at Sound balance.…When you have a headphone connected to your device…it can adjust the music or sound…to favor more side (ringing) or the other.…(ringing)…When you find the setting you like, just tap Set.…
The next feature's called Mono audio.…
- Working with the S Pen
- Accessing apps from the Edge screen
- Using Multi Window
- Managing your Wi-Fi connections
- Optimizing battery life
- Using the camera
- Customizing the Galaxy Note 4
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Using the S Pen
2. Using the Edge Screen
3. Multi Window
4. Getting the Most from Wi-Fi
5. Optimizing Your Battery
6. Using the Camera and Sharing Results
7. Customizing Your Experience
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