Xiaomi launched their new budget range smartphone on 20th March named Redmi 4A. As the name says, it’s not an update to the Redmi 3S but to the Redmi 2 of theirs. It comes with a 5-inch 720p display along with 16GB internal storage and 2GB of RAM.
Privacy has always been a priority for every smartphone user. For that, there have been coming a lot of guest mode features. Xiaomi has thought about that in a different way. The Second Space as they call, it takes you into other similar OS and you can do whatever you want to.
Also read: Manage LED notifications on Redmi 4A
Here’s how to enable Second Space
Second Space is like you having two devices. You can have some data and some other data which you don’t want to share with others in this space. To create the second space, go to Settings> Second Space> and turn on the Second Space. It takes some time to create it. Once done, you will be taken into the second space.
You can now add data here which you don’t want to share with others. You can also transfer data from first space and second space by clicking the Move data icon the homescreen. You can also have a separate password for it. To set it up, just pull down the notification drawer and click ‘Set up Second Space’.
Once clicked on that, you can create a separate password for the Second Space, import photos from first space, import files, and also apps.
To turn off or delete the Second Space, just go to the Settings in first space> Second Space> and click the trash icon on the top right corner and click delete. Be notified that once you delete your second space, all the data of it gets wiped. So, make sure to take a backup.
Also Check: How to enable and disable Child mode on Redmi 4A