AntTek Brings One of the Most Praised Features of Android 4.2 to Any Device 2.1+
Android OS fragmentation has been a problem for as long as I can remember and there are not few those that feel frustrated by the fact they’re not able to run the latest OS release. These aspects are unlikely to be treated anytime soon so getting used to the idea is the way to go. Plus there are plenty of offers on the Store in this regard.
The latest version of the Android OS so far is Android 4.2.2, running on Nexus devices and on just a few of the most recent releases in terms of smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S IV. What the latest version of Android brings in terms of features is something the community has been asking for for a long time. On top of the new lockscreen widgets and the DayDream feature, there is a Quick Settings menu available from the notifications tray. Showing the Google+ profile and with access to the basic toggles, such as WiFi or Bluetooth, the feature is highly useful in many ways.
AntTek – the developer behind one of the best file managers available for Android, has made it their task to bring an implementation of the Android 4.2 feature – Quick Settings for every device. The app they provide as AntTek Quick Settings offers a lot more features than integrated by default in the Google OS. You have the ability to set not only from an extensive list of toggle, but also apps and shortcuts. Dragging from the clock area, which can be set or adjusted as a hot spot, will reveal the Quick Settings bar to access your desired function with ease. The icons can be customized through some of the built-in themes, including the panel background. You can also toggle vibration, action size, dynamic action and a lot more.