My disclaimer for this post is the following:
You will not gain any sort of substantial knowledge from continuing to read this. I repeat, you will not learn anything. In fact, you may actually find that you just wasted about 30 seconds of your life. If you’re ok with this then read on, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.
So, after reading the title of this post, you can probably guess it doesn’t take much to amuse me. Let’s say, if I had just discovered the secret to world peace in one hand and a teeny tiny turquoise paperclip strewn with coral-colored polka dots in the other, I’d probably think to myself, “How in the world did they get those tiny polka dots on there!? That’s so cool!” Yup, the little thing will win nearly every time. That being said…
In your Samsung Galaxy [insert recent device name here], follow this pathing:
Settings > About Phone > Then this is where the magic happens folks!
Once you are on the “About Phone” screen tap 3 times on “Android Version.” A screen will pop displaying the image of your device’s Android dessert-themed OS.
Can you guess mine?
You would think that once figuring this out, I’d do it once, maaaaybe twice and then stop. We can pretend this is how it went down and call it a day. How awesomely cute is this!?! I mean who randomly goes through their phone screens tapping things multiple times to see what happens? ::Raises Hand:: This girl. Actually, I have a pretty good explanation, because I was trying to help someone who posted a developer options menu question on here, and this kinda just happened. I’m not gonna lie, I was ecstatic when it did though.
I can’t help but wonder, does this occur on other manufacturer’s devices (HTC, Motorola, etc)? I’d be curious to know. Please comment below if you are equally as intrigued by the “little things” and don’t mind wasting a micronic* moment of your existence. Thanks!
* I just now invented this word.
a word used to describe something very small. A unit of measurement.
ORIGIN late 19th cent.: from Greek mikron, neuter of mikros ‘small.’