How to Customize the Size of Quick Settings Button Layout on the Samsung Galaxy Devices

From time to time, Google has created many options for the Samsung users to customize the Quick Settings Button layout and it all actually began right from Android Lollipop. In the most recent versions of Samsung’s software, users are able to customize the Quick Settings Button layout of the Quick Settings tiles. So let us tell you How to Customize the Size of Quick Settings Button Layout on the Samsung Galaxy Devices.

Talking about the default settings you are given access to, you can switch between a 3*3, 4*3 or 5*3 quick settings tile layout. However if you still aren’t convenient with just these settings, you can easily Customize the Size of Quick Settings Button Layout on the Samsung Galaxy Devices. And you can easily do it via a few ADB commands.

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Customize the Size of Quick Settings Button Layout on the Samsung Galaxy Devices

How to Customize the Size of Quick Settings Button Layout on the Samsung Galaxy Devices:

Like we already said, you will need to setup ADB in order to Customize the Size of Quick Settings Button Layout on the Samsung Galaxy Devices. So let us tell you how it is done.

Setting up ADB:

Foe setting up ABD on any of your computer devices, you can check our previous post and install it right away from the section of “Things to do”. Now you will need to install the proper drivers and enable USB Debugging from Settings Menu in the Developer Options. So to ensure whether ADB is working fine, start a command prompt in the same directory as ADB binary and run the following command:

adb devices

 If you see your device’s serial number which doesn’t say unauthorized, then you are good to go.

Sending ADB Commands

Now to modify the settings, you will need these commands:

  • qs_tile_column – number of quick setting tile columns
  • qs_tile_column_landscape –  number of quick setting tile columns in landscape mode
  • qs_tile_row – number of quick setting tile rows (affects portrait mode only)

If you want a 6 column by 4 row,button layout in portrait mode, then you can just enter the following commands:

adb shell settings put secure qs_tile_column 6

adb shell settings put secure qs_tile_row 4

After these commands are entered, the layout should change easily. You can easily change these setting and give specific numbers according to your will.

JUST KNOW THAT:

  1. The number of rows in landscape mode is always fixed at 2
  2. If you enter 0 for both the column and row, the systemUI will start crashing.Enter any value which is greater than 1.

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