It’s about time!
I’m sure it’s helpful for the right people but a friend’s kid turned this on by accident and she couldn’t do anything and her phone kept talking to her! To be able to get to the settings menu and navigate around with Talkback on, double tap and scroll with two fingers through the menus.
If you need/want to encrypt your Samsung Galaxy S3, go into Settings, tap on Security and then tap on either Encrypt device or Encrypt SD card. Once initiated, you’ll go through on-screen instructions for securing your device with encryption.
Simply slide your hand across the device’s display at any time to capture a screen shot of your Galaxy S3, which is then saved to your image gallery. You can also tap and hold the Galaxy S3’s Home and Power buttons until the screen flashes and captures a screen shot. Sliding your hand across the display is just too cool so I’m not sure why you would do the other which would require two hands! What an improvement over my old Thunderbolt!
The Galaxy S3 has an App Switcher feature that lets you see all the recent applications you have used and quickly jump back and forth between them. Just holding down the Galaxy S3 Home button for a couple of seconds activates it. You can then scroll up and down to see recent apps and click to open them or swipe them away.
I finally got tired enough of having to go through my list of apps to share a link on my Android phone. I found this app the other day and it allows you to do away with some apps in that list and it allows you to reorder the apps in the list. Here is more info in this Lifehacker.com article.