Settings controls the core Android settings for networks, hardware, location, security, language, accounts, etc.
The fastest way to adjust system settings that you access frequently, such as Wi-Fi or brightness, is through Quick Settings.
You can control many other settings for your device and account by swiping down from the top of the screen twice and touching
These are the main types of device or account settings available:
Wireless & Networks
Most apps also include their own settings, typically available from the menu on the upper left side of the app, or from theMenu > Settings.
On Google Play edition devices, settings may be in the Menu button.
Some useful settings are also available from the Google Settings app.
The Google Settings app let you adjust preferences for commonly used Google apps and services in one place, including Google+, Location, Search, and the Android Device Manager.
To open Google Settings, touch the in All Apps. From here, you can also:
- Control how interest-based Google ads are displayed in non-Google apps.
- Under Connected apps, you can view all the apps that have access to your Google Account information, including the type of access granted to each app.