Google just released a preview program for their new Augmented Reality platform, ARCore, and you can try it on your phone right now if you want.
Category - Galaxy S8
Here you will find all of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ tips, tricks, tutorials and video guides to walk you through the phone from start to finish. This includes everything from system modifications like gaining root access, all the way to just learning the ins and outs of the software Samsung provides.
Be sure to bookmark this page as it will be updated daily with new articles to help you learn how to use your new smartphone. This includes very detailed and simple step by step instructions as well as walk through videos so you can follow along with me. Each Galaxy S8 tip will also come with an explanation at the bottom so you know why we’re doing something, what each step actually does, and how to change things back to the way they were before we started.
Please feel free to leave comments on the page you’re looking to receive help for and I will do my best to help you if I can.
If you own the Snapdragon Galaxy S8 or S8+ from AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint or T-Mobile the you can follow these steps to gain root access.
You can theme your applications on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ with the Substratum theme engine and you don’t even need root access.
If you have root access and/or a custom recovery installed on the Galaxy S8, you need to follow this guide and unroot so you can accept an OTA update.
If you’re looking to adjust the DPI, Screen Size and/or Screen Zoom feature of the Galaxy S8 then simply follow the step by step guide detailed below.
If you feel the white balance of your Galaxy S8 or S8+ isn’t quite right, then you can follow these steps below to manually adjust the color temperature.
If you’re not a fan of the default saturated colors on the Galaxy S8 and S8+, then follow these steps to change the screen mode so they’re more accurate.
To make it easier on your eyes when using the Galaxy S8 Night Mode feature is easy to turn on, but it’s labeled as Blue Light Filter in the Settings app.
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ has a nice little feature that lets you pick an app and redirect its audio output to a different audio device than normal.
If you don’t have any intention of using Bixby on the Galaxy S8, then you an remap it to a number of other functions like Google Assistant, an app and more.