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How To Video: Disable the Fire Phone's 3D feature

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How To Video: Disable the Fire Phone's 3D feature

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Dynamic Perspective can quickly become more annoying than useful. Here's how to disable it.

[NOISE] The dynamic perspective feature on the fire phone is really fun for showing off, but once that honeymoon phase is over you might find that it's more annoying than useful. [NOISE] The dynamic perspective feature on the fire phone is really fun for showing off, but once that honeymoon phase is over you might find that it's more annoying than useful. Luckily there's a really easy way to shut it off. Luckily there's a really easy way to shut it off. Just head to your settings, then go to display settings. Just head to your settings, then go to display settings. Had to configure low motion settings. Had to configure low motion settings. Here you will actually see a bunch of settings for these smart adjusters like auto-scrolling and peak, so, you have 2 options. Here you will actually see a bunch of settings for these smart adjusters like auto-scrolling and peak, so, you have 2 options. You can disable dynamic perspective by turning this setting to off, or if you want to get rid of all of those motion features plus dynamic perspective. You can disable dynamic perspective by turning this setting to off, or if you want to get rid of all of those motion features plus dynamic perspective. Turn low motion mode on. Turn low motion mode on. Now your phone will settle down and be a little less distracting. Now your phone will settle down and be a little less distracting. For more tips on the Fire phone, head on over to cnet.com/howto. For more tips on the Fire phone, head on over to cnet.com/howto. [NOISE] The dynamic perspective feature on the fire phone is really fun for showing off, but once that honeymoon phase is over you might find that it's more annoying than useful. [NOISE] The dynamic perspective feature on the fire phone is really fun for showing off, but once that honeymoon phase is over you might find that it's more annoying than useful. Luckily there's a really easy way to shut it off. Luckily there's a really easy way to shut it off. Just head to your settings, then go to display settings. Just head to your settings, then go to display settings. Had to configure low motion settings. Had to configure low motion settings. Here you will actually see a bunch of settings for these smart adjusters like auto-scrolling and peak, so, you have 2 options. Here you will actually see a bunch of settings for these smart adjusters like auto-scrolling and peak, so, you have 2 options. You can disable dynamic perspective by turning this setting to off, or if you want to get rid of all of those motion features plus dynamic perspective. You can disable dynamic perspective by turning this setting to off, or if you want to get rid of all of those motion features plus dynamic perspective. Turn low motion mode on. Turn low motion mode on. Now your phone will settle down and be a little less distracting. Now your phone will settle down and be a little less distracting. For more tips on the Fire phone, head on over to cnet.com/howto. For more tips on the Fire phone, head on over to cnet.com/howto.

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