Android 11 brought functionality to smartphones that most users liked. The possibility of tapping (or two) the back of the smartphone to perform a task.
Well, you don’t need to have Android 11 to have this APP, called Tap Tap, and the feature works on many Android smartphones. Unfortunately, not all. On my Huawei Mate 20 Pro, for example, it doesn’t work. Vitor’s Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro has no problems.
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How this App works with the rear touch of Android 11
After the application is installed (which you can download below), you only have to authorize the App to perform tasks. all of this is configurable within the application.
After that, you just need to say which application you want to open or what you want it to run. It’s done. Touching the back of the smartphone (1 or 2 rings) will perform this task. See the example from the video above where Vitor defined the double back touch as “screen capture”. Simple and fast.
How to install this App on your Android smartphone
- You need to have Android 7.0 Nougat or higher
- Access XDA Developers
- Click to download the application
- Gives permissions to install APK’s
- Install the App and configure the ringtones
- It’s done
Not all smartphones work
It is worth mentioning that not all equipment works perfectly. As I mentioned above, on one of my Huawei terminals, the APP does not work.
Still, there are feedbacks indicating that other Huawei models, Samsung models, Xiaomi and Redmi, work without problems. Unfortunately, there is only one way to find out if your smartphone is compatible. Installing the application.
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