By default android has the left-to-right layout, as most of the users are right handed. But it’s certain that there are some users who prefers to have RIGHT-TO-LEFT Layout (RTL) on their android smartphones and Tablet devices.
Android features the ability to change the layout from it’s default left-to-right layout to Right-To-Left. But most of the users don’t know it, because it’s more like a secret hidden feature. Inorder to Enable this You need to enable the developer mode in your android device. Here’s the step by step procedure to enable RTL layout.
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Step By Step Procedure to Enable Right-To-Left Layout in Android:
Step 1: First we need to enable the developer mode. For that , In your Android Device, Smartphone or Tablet, Goto Settings > About Phone. (if you’ve already enabled developer mode, you can skip to step 4)
Step 2: Scroll down to See “Build Number”. (It”ll be at the bottom of the page-Last option in ‘about phone’ in most devices. )
Step 3: Now Tap On “build Number” option for 7 successive times to enable the “Developer Mode”. (You’ll see a notication called “You are a developer now”)
Step 4: Now Tap on the Back button, goto main page of settings.
Step 5: Right at the bottom of the screen, above “About Phone” , You’ll see “developer Options”. Tap on it.
Step 6: Now in the developers page, Scroll down Slowly and You’ll see “Force RTL Layout Direction” option under Drawing Category.
Step 7: Enable it By clicking on the Box next to it.
See that the layout has been changed completely from Right To Left (as shown in the picture below)
Do leave a comment and let me know if you’ve tried this method.
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