In this guide, we will show you the steps to enable the hidden Music Visualization Glyph Easter Egg on your Nothing Phone 1. It goes without saying that one of the major selling points of this device is its 972 back LEDs [thanks Jerry!]. However, they aren’t just any normal LEDs, rather they are the ones that make up the Glyph UI.
You could use them as a camera flash, charging indicator, Always On Display, set different ringtones to different contacts, or as a video recording indicator. however, these are the ones that most o you might already be aware of. Turns out there’s another nifty tweak that the OEM has hidden from the normal preying eyes. The Nothing Phone 1 also has a hidden Music Visualization Glyph-based Easter Egg.
It would light up the LEDs based on the rhythm of the song that you are playing. Moroever, it supports both the default device speakers as well as the wireless Bluetooth earphones. Furthermore, this functionality also works with third-party music players such as Spotify. So without any further ado, let’s show you the steps to unearth this feature right away. Follow along.
Enable Hidden Music Visualization Glyph Easter Egg in Nothing Phone 1
- To begin with, create a new contact and name it Abra.
- Then head over to Settings > Glyph interface > Ringtones.
- After that, tap on Add a contact and select the Abra contact.
- Now go back to Glyph settings and you should see the Music Visualization option.
- Tap on it and then enable the toggle next to it. That’s it.
These were the steps to enable the hidden Music Visualization Glyph on your Nothing Phone 1. All in all, it seem that Nothing does have something hidden in its arsenal, atleast when it comes to Easter Eggs!
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