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(Pocket-lint) – It is certainly no exaggeration to say that Nothing phone (1) became one of the most desirable and desirable smartphones upon its launch.
Stripped of the basics, it’s a mid-range smartphone, but it really stands out from the crowd with its unique transparent design and a series of LED strips – called Glyphs – on the back.
By default, it’s designed to light up for notifications, but it can also be used as a camera flash or to show the battery level. But perhaps not surprisingly, they could do more.
There’s a kind of Easter egg built into Nothing phone that allows those lights on the back to flash and pulse to the beat of the music being played through the phone’s speakers.
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How to enable Glyph’s music visualizer for Nothing (1)
There’s a good chance this feature will eventually be included in the default settings, but at the time of writing, it’s a hidden feature that requires you to work around some small hurdles. How to activate it:
- Open the phone app and select “Add Contact”.
- Create and save a contact named “Abra”
- Now open Settings> Avatar interface> Ringtones
- Select “Add Contact” and select “Abra”.
- Choose a custom ringtone for this contact and click Save.
Once this process is done, you will see the Music Visualization option in the Glyphs interface settings menu. Tap on it and turn on the feature.
Now when you play music through the phone’s speakers and flip the phone face down, you’ll see LED lights pulsing to the beat of the music. This is very cool, check it out.
Written by Cam Bunton. Editing by Britta Opwell.
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