We have had times when we are too busy to spare both hands for the smartphone and using it one hand is one heck of a challenge. And what about the huge phablets? We surely find it nearly impossible to tackle them with just one hand. But thanks to Samsung, they have come up with a brilliant idea of having a one-handed mode with their popular selling mega-screen device. This one handed mode which we previously experienced on the Galaxy Note has now made its way to the Galaxy S5.
However, this feature has not yet been officially announced because as of yet because it is not an official port offered by Samsung. Instead, it is the work of a rather industrious member of the XDA forums. For those who don’t know what this one handed mode is, it basically just scales down the size of the screen to something which is easily manageable by one hand. This port is said to work perfectly with the new S5 and there was no room for any other possibility since the Note 3 and S5 share the same software.
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