Opens Settings, for all devices where the vendor has removed the Settings icon
Open Settings allows developers and others to open hidden built-in smartphone settings. Available for Android 3.2 Honeycomb (API 13) and later versions, Open Settings tackles the problem of hidden and removed settings access on Android phones.
Some vendors make it impossible to find some or all of an Android phone's settings. Sometimes users also accidentally turn on parental features like Child Mode that block access to the main settings icon and options. Additionally, a phone might experience a glitch that prevents access. With a simple 1 MB download and on-screen instructions, an Android user can reveal the settings and bypass any attempt to keep them hidden.
It's important to keep in mind that this app does not work if a visible Android Settings shortcut already exists on the operating system.
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Get the help that you need without even having to type anything. This is a unique way to gain access to a wealth of information right from your own smartphone. The best part of this is that you do not have to type anything to find out what you need to know.