One of the issues that modified the so much in Android 6.0 Marshmallow is the App Info page. It’s your one-prevent-keep for controlling the whole thing an app can do for your telephone. You can uninstall or disable, modify permissions, amendment notification settings, select defaults, screen battery lifestyles, and extra. Unforuteatly, it may be a ache to navigate to the App Info page. We’ve were given a tip to make it more uncomplicated.
In the remaining couple model of Android there was an App Info shortcut in the Recents Apps list. All you might have to do is open the Recent Apps and lengthy-press on the app icon in the most sensible proper nook of the card. That shortcut nonetheless exists in Marshmallow, however there's a fair more uncomplicated one in case you tweak a few settings.
The mystery lies in Android’s Accessibility settings. If you activate any carrier, corresponding to Nova Launcher or Pushbullet, it is possible for you to to bounce to App Info with only a unmarried-press from the Recent Apps. We can confimr that this works on the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, and HTC One A9. For a few explanation why it doesn’t all the time paintings on the Nexus 6P. Have you gotten this little shortcut to paintings for your software?
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