What happened smart scroll?

According to Samsung on Sept. 15, the Smart Scroll feature was eliminated in its major smartphones released this year, including the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Alpha. The feature automatically scrolls the screen by detecting the location of a user’s eyeballs or the face of the user through the front camera.

How do you scroll with eyes on Samsung?

A Solution For Samsung Galaxy S9 Or S9+ Eye Scroll:

  1. Switch on your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+
  2. Get to the menu screen.
  3. Then browse and select the Settings app.
  4. Tap on Display from the options.
  5. Find “Smart Stay”
  6. Then check the box to enable it.

How do I scroll on my Samsung tablet?

To scroll horizontally, apply your finger to the tablet’s screen and slowly move it either to the left or right. If you are switching home screen views or turning pages in an e-book, you can also flick your finger to either the left or right quickly.

How do you scroll on a touch screen?

Microsoft – “How to do it: swipe your finger across the screen. What it does: scrolls through what’s on the screen.”

How can I use my phone screen without fingers?

Here’s how you can easily find the Accessibility Button on your Android smartphone.

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Accessibility.
  3. Accessibility Menu.
  4. Turn on User Service.
  5. Click Allow.

How do I get my tablet to scroll?

Vertical Scrolling To vertically scroll downward, gently place your finger on the Android tablet’s screen and glide it upward slowly. As you move your finger, the page or list will scroll down. To scroll down very fast, glide your finger upward quickly and release it from the screen.

How do I scroll on my smartphone?

Just open any app, then swipe up or down using two fingers, and you’ll see that the rest of the page now scrolls automatically. To stop the automatic scrolling, just tap anywhere on your screen.