If you are transitioning from another android phone you might be surprised by the fact that there is no on-screen app drawer button present on the Note 8. To access this section of the phone just swipe up from any part of your screen. You can also swipe down to access the app drawer, but we believe that there is a better use for this action. If you go to Settings, Display and then Home screen, you will find this option called “Quick open notification panel”. Enable it and you will be able to access the notification panel. With a swipe down from any part of the screen which is really terrific for one-handed use. The home screen section of settings also allows you to disable the app drawer altogether for an iPhone experience. If you’d like to enable it just tap home screen layout and choose Home screen only.
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Access the Notification Shade Using Fingerprint SensorAccess the Notification Shade Using Fingerprint Sensor
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