Remapped Power Button On Your Galaxy S20
Remapped Power Button On Your Galaxy S20

Samsung already offers support for remapping the actions of its flagships, but your options are rather limited. Handy apps like sideActions give you far more freedom and now Jawmono, which is the developer behind the app has added support for the Galaxy S20 line.

sideActions interface on Galaxy Note10
sideActions interface on Galaxy Note10
sideActions interface on Galaxy Note10

sideActions Interface On Galaxy Note10

You are free to choose between single, double and long presses on the power button which can launch apps like the Google Assistant, turn the flashlight on and off, take a screenshot, or completely disable the power button altogether. Another cool feature is the app-specific remapping which allows you to perform varying actions depending on the app you’re currently in.

Here is the list of all the supported features and actions in sideActions:

Features:

  • Double and long-press supported
  • Launch Google Assistant with the Power Button
  • Remap the Volume buttons
  • Per-app remapping
  • Turn on the flashlight with the Power Button
  • Disable the Power Button
  • Skip tracks with the volume buttons

Actions:

  • Turn on flashlight
  • Take a screenshot
  • Mute phone
  • Answer phone calls
  • Launch Google Assistant
  • Launch camera or any other app
  • Switch to last app
  • Disable the Power Button

Source | xda-developers, gsmarena

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