This settings guide will show Mode Settings, Set On Boot, Notification, Common, Important Tips, The Floating Window, Others, etc.
On the main interface, after saving a mode, this mode is able to be changed again on the settings interface.
OnePowerGuar Pro doesn’t run a mode profiles when your device boots, so you won’t have to go back into OnePowerGuard Pro and tap a mode every time. so OnePowerGuar Pro starts a protection service if the Set on Boot toggle button is enabled.
Sliding from the right to the left on the screen, you can see the quick system settings, some end users prefer grid mode if the List Mode Toggle Button is enabled.
Notification is added to make it personalized to show battery notification, It includes eight kinds of battery status styles, notification background and you also are able to disable notification.
This is a secondary function to help users know what this app is doing and make your know some important info.
After running a mode, OnePowerGuard Pro will display a floating window on your desktop, It’s useful tool to manage your Android settings and control your hardware from the floating window like OneQuick. On the floating window, you can also show a floating information to help you know your system state. they are Battery Level, Internet Speed, The Percentage of RAM free, The amount of free RAM, CPU Utilization, CPU Load.
Similarly, you can also change animation of The Floating Window or turn off animation. it has 5 kind of animation.
If your device only shows the battery level in 10% increments by default (most Motorola phone work this way), then you should turn on the “One Percent Hack” in “Other” settings to enable one-percent increments. Some Motorola phones do not support.
If you perfer Fahrenheit temperature, then you should turn on the “Show Fahrenheit Temperature” in “Others” settings