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slipsystem

Senior Member
Mar 29, 2011
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Cape Town
www.itsurgeon.co.za
Hey guys I found this hidden menu and thought I would share.

To enable Experimental Features go to

Settings>About and click a few times on Kernel Version you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Experimental Features are enabled.

to access them go to

Settings> Experimental Features

#Navigation Bridge
#Allow All apps to switch to phone mode
#Restore default settings for phone mode
#Show back button on taskbar
#Press Enter To Send
#Simulate 2 Finger Pinch gestures
#Use Mouse Wheel to simulate Swipe gestures
#Prohibit start app in background
# Global Languages

To enable Experimental updates

go to
Settings>About and click a few times on Remix OS Version you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Experimental Updates is enabled.

and as always to enable Developer Options
go to

Settings>About and click a few times on Build Number you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Developer Options are enabled.

and for the Easter Egg
go to
Settings>About and click a few times on Android Version. and you will see the lollipop. click and hold and you will be able to play a flapy birds like game
 

Digitalnom

Member
Feb 11, 2012
37
10
Nanaimo
More features

Hey guys I found this hidden menu and thought I would share.

To enable Experimental Features go to

Settings>About and click a few times on Kernel Version you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Experimental Features are enabled.

to access them go to

Settings> Experimental Features

#Navigation Bridge
#Allow All apps to switch to phone mode
#Restore default settings for phone mode
#Show back button on taskbar
#Press Enter To Send
#Simulate 2 Finger Pinch gestures
#Use Mouse Wheel to simulate Swipe gestures
#Prohibit start app in background
# Global Languages

To enable Experimental updates

go to
Settings>About and click a few times on Remix OS Version you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Experimental Updates is enabled.

and as always to enable Developer Options
go to

Settings>About and click a few times on Build Number you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Developer Options are enabled.

and for the Easter Egg
go to
Settings>About and click a few times on Android Version. and you will see the lollipop. click and hold and you will be able to play a flapy birds like game

Found more... If you click on The Remix Version a few times Experimental Updates is turned on. I now have a more familiar desktop and cannot get he wallpaper to show lol.
 

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    Hey guys I found this hidden menu and thought I would share.

    To enable Experimental Features go to

    Settings>About and click a few times on Kernel Version you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Experimental Features are enabled.

    to access them go to

    Settings> Experimental Features

    #Navigation Bridge
    #Allow All apps to switch to phone mode
    #Restore default settings for phone mode
    #Show back button on taskbar
    #Press Enter To Send
    #Simulate 2 Finger Pinch gestures
    #Use Mouse Wheel to simulate Swipe gestures
    #Prohibit start app in background
    # Global Languages

    To enable Experimental updates

    go to
    Settings>About and click a few times on Remix OS Version you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Experimental Updates is enabled.

    and as always to enable Developer Options
    go to

    Settings>About and click a few times on Build Number you will see a count down( x amount of click). then Developer Options are enabled.

    and for the Easter Egg
    go to
    Settings>About and click a few times on Android Version. and you will see the lollipop. click and hold and you will be able to play a flapy birds like game