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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Adjust Touch Key Light Duration

Another part of Samsung Galaxy SIII that you can do several customization is display setting, such as you can set to keep your screen always on when your face is still watching the screen by turning on Smart stay option or make your phone keep switching its screen to portrait or landscape view according to your phone's position by turning on auto rotate screen.

See also: How to Set Auto Rotate on Samsung Galaxy S3

One more things you also can do while you on display setting is adjusting the delay time before the touch key light automatically turn off.


How to change touch key light duration?
Here are the steps you need to do to adjust this option in order to suit your needs:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Scroll to Settings, then tap on it.
  3. Tap Display.
  4. Tap Touch key light duration.
  5. Here you will see a pop up menu with four options available. They are:
    • 1.5 seconds: Choose this option if you wants the touch key light stay on during 1.5 seconds before it turn off.
    • 6 seconds: Choose this option if you wants the touch key light stay on during 6 seconds before it turn off.
    • Always off: Choose this option if you wants the touch key light always turn off.
    • Always on: Choose this option if you wants the touch key stay illuminated whenever your phone's screen is on and will turn off when the screen is off.
  6. Tap to the one that best suits you.
  7. Tap Home button to return to the standby mode.
  8. Finish. Now you have managed to adjust touch key light duration on your Galaxy SIII.

Choosing the option that best suits your needs is the best way to make your phone work well to help your activities. So, what's option of the touch key light delay times are you using now?

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