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There is still the ability to toggle icons and things in the status bar. However, as far as I know, the settings to change them is in a hidden system setting that can only be brought up using an activity launcher.
Using the app Activity Launcher, scroll down to System UI (or search for "tuner"), and launch the "System UI demo mode" activity. In there the hidden settings will popup with options to change the status bar.
This is the app you can use to get to the RCS settings https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher
Using Activity Launcher and searching for speaker seems to work.
Fortunately the setting does show up that way, for the time being since who knows what might happen later.
May work. Try this for WiFi calling access install Activity Launcher. Search for "call" (no s), select Settings, select "com.android.settings.Settings#WifFCallingSettingsActivity", create and save the shortcut to your home screen. The shortcut should open to Wi-Fi Calling menu where you can toggle it on and off.
Edit: Still need a phone dialer though.
Much better way is to install Activity Launcher (it's not an actual launcher, it just creates hidden shortcuts for apps), and use it to create a shortcut for "settngs$highpowerapplicationsactivity". That way, you don't need to install or use a launcher at all and to get to the setting simply means tapping an icon on your home screen.
Alternatively, if you have an app like "Activity Launcher" ..
.. you can start the activity called com.android.systemui.DemoMode for the same end result.
(Source: did that this afternoon)
Go to play store and donwload activity launcher wehn u open the app select all activities and scroll down until u find system ui
Then you're shooting yourself in the foot because it's how Samsung exposes power management, which is essential to getting a decent screen on time. In fact this is about the most stupid thing you can attempt.
Furthermore, you give up too easily. There isn't a shortcut because I said it was under Activities. That's built-in to Nova but if you are using Grace/Touchwiz then you can install an app to launch Activities.
There's a root method and a non-root method for this.
So first, root method involves grabbing App Ops off the Play Store and installing and granting root permissions for it to install.
If you don't have root, luckily LG has one in built. You just need something to access it like Nova Launcher. You can also access it using this application: [link]
Run the application, go under "All Activities", scroll down to settings (the first one) and expand. Scroll down until you get to something called "Access Lock" which should be under "About Phone". Long press the Access Lock and add to home screen. Now you can uninstall the Activity Launcher, and you have a permissions manager without root.
well, actually, with the Activity Launcher you can launch the System Update app settings and change the download server to another one, but I have no idea about their purpose. One is fOTA, there's also fOTA-test and fOTA-dev and another one besides the default one. They're region dependent too, so you get different servers depending on the rom you have.
I do not intend to try that, it sounds even more risky to download a test update..
You can use the app "Activity Launcher" ([link]). Just download and start it, search the Wizards Unite app and expand. Now hold the entry with "MainActivity" and click "Create shortcut". Now, a new icon is created on your home screen.
For now on, use this icon to start the app and the black screen is gone.
For the people struggling to find this, you can simply download Activity Launcher from Playstore and search for HighRefreshRates in the app.
I turned the 120Hz thing and nothing happened except fast battery drain.
P.S. Use it at your own discretion
IDK concerning your question on photo resolution. I just wanted to let you know there is a work around to enable Wi-Fi calling. Simply download this app from the play store, search "wificallingset" and select the available option. This will take you to a menu were you can activate Wi-Fi calling. Note not to turn Wi-Fi calling off in the future as you'll have to retrace these steps. Also, use caution with this app as it can also access other settings that may have adverse effects if changed. Hope this helps!
Edit: concerning your question, I don't frequently send photos as MMS as it decreases image quality. I normally send Google photo links instead.
If you don't have the theme app you need to change your region to something like hongkong or indonesia. If you don't want to do that you can use this app to gain access to it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher
You might be able to with this app:
Activity Launcher (Create shortcuts for apps and activities) - [link]
This lets you create shortcuts for a lot of inner app activities.
Grab activity launcher fdroid or GooglePlay and find the service menus in the settings app activity.
I'm actually like 99% sure you can use Activity Launcher to launch any of the easter eggs from past releases. I know this works for Marshmallow and Kitkat, not sure about Nougat.
I think the daydream setting is hidden in MIUI 8. Surprised that you managed to enable it... Anyway, you can configure it by using an activity launcher (Play store link or if you are in something like Nova Launcher, tap and hold an empty area on your screen, tap widgets, and then drag activities onto your screen). Go into Settings and select Daydream. Now you can set it to only go off when docked.
I found out how to do it without Nova launcher, use this app [link]
Go to "all activities",
Scroll down to settings,
Find the activity that ends in "displayscalingactivity"
Ctrl - ESC is the shortcut for MENU but it hasn't been working since the 5.0 build. Even sending the key via adb it just doesn't work. So if you have anything that uses the overflow menu for settings then you are SOL.
One slight possibility is using [link]
If the application you are using publishes the settings menu as an activity you can launch it with that. Just hit the dropdown in the upper left and select "All activities", scroll to your desired application, and click. It then shows all the activities of that particular application.
Try this .
Activity Launcher >> search for "notifications" under settings >> you'll get toggle to disable that chat cubes.
Hi to activate bubble notifications just install and open Activity Launcher then go to settings (light grey icon) tap on Notifications and you'll see the bubbles option there, hope this helps
SetEdit only really controls system-level properties.
I haven't really found anything else in there that would be of any interest to change.
Most of the options within the Settings app actually change these values, so it's possible there's something in there that you can't normally see from within the Settings app, but I'd say you have a higher chance of finding something if you use an app like Activity Launcher.
Horizontal recents depends on the launcher, as the multitasking UI is the launcher's responsibility since Android 9.
Use activity launcher. After installing search keyword notification, you might feel it's not working as it'll show the system apps, just scroll down until you find the settings section, here look for the 'notifications' and NOT BUBBLES, clicking on bubbles will tell you the app isn't installed. Click on notification and select bubbles notification and then disable it it. That's how you KILL BUBBLES.
>Xiaomi hid the feature for devices with 4GB of RAM or lower.
Use the activity launcher
Download Activity Launcher > Search and launch Usage statistics activity. Screenshot
Alternatively, you can try dialing *#*#4636#*#*. If your phone supports this, then it will launch a hidden settings from where you can launch Usage statistics activity directly without installing the above app.
What I learned recently from another user on here is that it's actually still there, Samsung just doesn't have the required interface set up to get to it. A workaround to getting through it is by using an app such as Nova launcher (Add activities) or Activity launcher. Once you select and save the activity shortcut you can launch it at anytime.
Download this app called Activity Launcher, and have it installed for when you struggle with things like these. On global versions, you can search for settings in your own language or english, and it will show you the way.
For instance when this happened to me, I searched for "sounds" and "Do Not Disturb", and found the setting that caused this in just a few seconds. Have used it to resolve other issues too! Handy tool for a lot of things.
It must be Verizon force turning it off. Did you make sure to set Samsung Messages as default before turning on RCS in IMS Settings?
You can acess the hidden Chat settings:
1. Download Activity Launcher
2. Launch it and at the search bar write "RCS". Open all the options and enable RCS or Advanced Messaging options (for US carriers) for each of them.
3. Restart phone and let's hope it works.
Don't rely on this working forever, but you can launch into the Seedvault activity (com.stevesoltys.seedvault.settings.SettingsActivity) directly using something like Activity Launcher (Play / F-Droid)
That also lets you create a launcher icon - I've not tested it thoroughly but it appears to work fine.
You can also create a shortcut on your homescreen, that directly launches the MainActivity of WU (like the Store does.) There are apps for that, e.g. [link]
Go to Settings > Security > Device admin apps. You should see some applications with toggles, try switching all of them off in case one of them is blocking developer settings.
You can also try launching developer options by downloading Activity Launcher from the Play Store and search DeveloperOptions there.
This works for me on Visible which is prepaid Verizon. Install Activity Launcher. Search for "call" (no s), select Settings, select "com.android.settings.Settings#WifFCallingSettingsActivity", create and save the shortcut to your home screen. The shortcut should open to Wi-Fi Calling menu where you can toggle it on and off.
If you use Nova Launcher (or don't mind downloading it, or an Activity Launcher), you can add a widget to launch the activity manually. On Nova:
Tap & Hold a blank space on your home screen
Scroll to the right under Nova until you get to Activities
Tap & Hold to place it on your home screen
When it asks what activity to launch scroll down to Phone Settings and expand it
Find the one called Phone Info and tap it
Now you have a shortcut to the 4636 menu
If you download an activity launcher just follow the last three steps to find the right activity.
On xda forums they give a while tutorial on how to uninstall bloatware that comes with your phone.This will work on any device. Link to xda forum. To find the package name of the app you want to uninstall use this app.
One way I know of to get to it on the V60 is as follows:
You can limit max frequency for core. Enter in Engineer Mode *1973461#, "DEBUG&LOG" -> "Power Dissipation Setting" -> "CPU Frequency". I set max frequency 1228 mHz for big claster and 614 mHz for LITTLE cluster. Also you can put shortcut for Engineer Mode on Desktop by Activity Launcher (link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher&hl=ru)
The following may work. Install Activity Launcher. Search for "call" (no s), select Settings, select "com.android.settings.Settings#WifFCallingSettingsActivity", create and save the shortcut to your home screen. The shortcut should open to Wi-Fi Calling menu where you can toggle it on and off.
I've had this issue twice.
Cause: This is anecdotal but I think it's caused by excessive heat. Had you recently left it out in the sun too long - perhaps while driving or on a hike?
Fix: Replace the screen. There's no other way -- believe me I've tried it all.
Remedy: At no cost, you disable the knock on feature. Get yourself an app that can access the hidden toggle such as this one. Then under the settings category, find knock-on and then turn it off.
Btw, If anyone wants to make a homescreen shortcut for this UI, you can use Activity Launcher to launch the activity com.google.android.gms.pay.deeplink.DeepLinkActivity in the package com.google.android.gms
Download a app called activity launcher from the play store it will show every app on your device even if it's hidden then from inside activity launcher it will give you options like open force stop if this doesn't work hopefully safemode will
Link to activity launcher download here playstore link
You could try going to Settings > Apps > Google Wallpapers and then at the bottom left tap Open App. If the button isn't there then you can't launch the app.
You can try going to Apkmirror and download an old version.
Something else that you can do, which I just did, is use Activity Launcher. Just find Styles & Wallpapers > click it to show the list of Activities > click the second or fourth one in the list, it should open the app as normal.
Download Activity Launcher and search for system UI demo mode. Click on it and open the first option for status bar, and uncheck anything you don't want.
i'm no expert but wouldn't adguard dns blocks those ads ? If yes maybe you should try
Edit : i don't know your miui version but if you are on miui 11 i recomend this app
Search for "networkdashboard" in a single word , there is a settings menu that will be shown click on it and a new setting tab will open where you can change the dns
I think that it is possible to add shortuct on home screen using some app that launches specific activites. It would be harder to add it to app drawer, without modifying system.
Edit: You can use this app [link]
I think I just installed the first one I saw on play store. There are a couple all with the same name, the one I used was published by Adam Szalkowski [link]
Install Activity Launcher
Scroll down to settings.
Tap on settings.
Then search for "Notification" in the search bar at the top.
Click on "Notification Log"
I did not import it, I bought it in India from Amazon (official partner) can you check if it is the same for you too?
I used activity launcher
I will link it.Just Install the activity launcher and search"home up",then u can launch the module.
Activity launcher is used to launch hidden shortcuts of apps.
You can use Activity Launcher to create a shortcut to Adapt Sound. Open the app, scroll to Adapt Sound with the green icon and Android robot in the center. Tap on it, and a smaller listing the same icon icon with the text "Adapt Sound com.sec.hearingadjust.HearingdroPreset" in light gray will open below the original listing. Hold down on the new listing and a small menu should pop up. You can choose to "Create shortcut", which will keep the existing icon and put a shortcut to your home screen, or "Edit shortcut". In the editor, you can change the name and icon of the shortcut that appears on your home screen. Tap the existing logo, give it a few moments, and an array of icons from your other installed apps will show up. Just don't mess with the "Package" or "Class" text fields.
I had to download 'Activity Launcher' to launch RCS settings on the default (or system) messaging app first before gmessages worked for me (tmo, v30)
Downloading activity launcher. and search for messaging and locate the following activity helped made rcs more stable for me.
it would work every few messages or so.
For others, maybe troubleshoot other rcs related settings too
There are apps like this one [link] that can create shortcuts to different "activities" of an app. An activity is basically a different screen, and a lot of them don't work, but some of them does and allows you to open a specific screen of an app (for example WiFi settings) from your home screen
Download the app Activity Launcher, open it a literally write in the search field the word night (even if you have your system set to Spanish write the word in English), you will see two results, the first comes migrated from Android One so tap on it and disable it. That's all.
The second one it's just the regular Miui's reading mode. After that you can keep or delete the app. If you need more help just ask, también hablo español ;-)
You inspired me!
Instead of using ADB, I tried looking through the Activity Launcher ( [link] ) for something that looked like the night light feature
It still exists in MIUI - it's just not accessible through any menus, but can still be accessed with the Activity Launcher
Thanks for your inspiration!
Install activity launcher from playstore.
Open it. Search VPN and open vpn. This will open the build in Android VPN settings screen that amazon hides on you. Setup your VPN and should be good to go.
I'm on T-Mobile and it's working fine.
You can try to force it though.
Paste the following into "ACS URL":
Select the default option under "OTP Pattern"
Tap Apply, and if the window doesn't close hit the back button at the top.
Open Messages from your Home screen, and it should ask you to enable Chat. If it doesn't, give it a day or two and try rebooting your phone.
Hopefully this helps.
If anyone else needs the solution (and also finds the article in the link confusing), all you have to do is download any app that allows you to open a specific activity (the simplest of which is Activity Launcher), search for "Night Light" and select the result, and set Schedule to "None" and turn the feature off.
Thanks! It seems the instructions are outdated. Also my link was bad. It's fixed now, but it's: [link]
Open it, scroll down and tap Messages, and tap Set RCS Flags. It should open a window. Don't hit "Apply!", FYI. Just let us know what fields were set.
is this the right app? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher&hl=en_US
Carrier services in case you can't find this one on your phone already installed
Try Activity Launcher. Open it and find Dex, hold it and select Create shortcut.
The same method works in Nova Launcher, too.
Simplest solution is to just create a shortcut straight to the Write On PDF activity.
So you'll need an app that can create shortcuts into Activities, like: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher&hl=en_US&showAllReviews=true
If you're using Nova Launcher, it also has a built-in shortcut for this named Activities.
Now, when creating your shortcut, simply select Write On PDF and pick the one with the label "spdfnote.control.ui.filemanager.PDFLauncherActivity".
Get this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher&rdid=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher Switch to "Activities" menu, find Digital wellbeing on the list, expand it, find the entry that ends with "TopLevelSettingsActivity", launch it, app will open. Scroll to the bottom and there is an "Show icon in the app list" option, enable it and from now you will have a shortcut in app drawer.
Devi creare un collegamento sulla home all'activity
Questo lo puoi fare con un Launcher tipo Nova Launcher o con un app tipo questa Activity Launcher
Il problema è trovare la activity giusta, e per fare ciò dovrai provare diverse volte
For the people who don't see the option, here is my solution.
Download Activity Launcher
Find Settings, and hold down on Notification Log. Press on Create Shortcut and there you go :)
I'm not sure if this will work, but try installing Activity Launcher. When you open the app, tap "Recent activities" to switch to "All activities"
Then scroll down till you find Documents. Tap it and it should open a menu like this. Try opening each one and see which one works. I only have one activity there, it might be because I'm using LG's stock MM ROM and not AOSP N, but idk.
If you can get it to open correctly, tap and hold the activity that worked and you should get a pop up that lets you create a shortcut.
So I found what I think is the cause of this glitch, and it's quite an odd one.
Install an app such as Activity Launcher. With it you can browse through all pages of all apps, and there are plenty of hidden screens in some of them (Home, Settings, Phone...)
Well, mine lists two Settings apps; one with a square icon and one with a round one. Within the square one, there's an activity called "LG Emails and missed calls". This is part of some "secret mode" function. I'm not sure exactly what it is, but it seems to be some option to "secretly" alert you to missed calls, for whatever reason. Mine was set to "Toggle time format on status bar". In other words it seems like for some strange reason, this hidden setting, by default, switches the clock format when you have an email or missed call! From that menu you can turn that setting off.
I don't know why such a feature exists or why it seems to be hidden... There are a lot of hidden menus accessible this way! I'm still poking through them. (Of note, many require an "LGHIDDEN" permission, so maybe a custom activity launcher with that permission would be nice. There's also a hidden "Access Lock" activity which seems to be a (limited) permissions manager, service menus which normally require dialing some secret code (which doesn't work for me), factory test functions, and some menus which will give an "app not installed" error if not launched from the stock launcher screen (mostly those seem to relate to the launcher itself), as well as some which give that error even there... I suspect that relates to the LGHIDDEN permission...)
Maybe you can try to launch it again via Activity Launcher.
The fact you have working WiFi calling means that your SIM is being read correctly and its identity is valid when communicating with your network operator (to my knowledge anyway).
Have a look at the Radio Info settings activity to check if mobile radio power is enabled. I'm not sure if this is covered by a network/factory reset.
If nothing above works, then go to Settings > Connections > Mobile networks > Network operators > Select manually. Your phone should scan for available networks.
You could check that the phone's IMEI isn't blocked by network operators in your country, which would prevent it connecting to any network. The IMEI can be found by using the Phone info activity described above, or by entering *#06# into the phone's dialer. If you live in the US, try checking the IMEI using https://stolenphonechecker.org/spc/consumer, otherwise contact your network operator for advice on how to check the IMEI (I would suggest Googling it but I'm not sure of the legitimacy of the free online IMEI checkers).
Maybe also consider flashing the latest firmware using a PC? I wouldn't expect a firmware update to cause this issue but worth a shot I guess.
I had the exact same complaint but later found a solution. You can use Samsung Good Lock apps to retain that behavior. You will need TaskChanger and/or MultiStar. Watch this video to get an idea. If you do not want to use Nova Launcher to run the activities (options for those apps), use Activity Launcher app to launch TaskChanger/MutiStar options. They won't be visible in the app drawer.
Isn't it part of stock Android too? Install activity launcher and search for notification log.
Activity Launcher Might do that functionality . Check it.
Play Store - Activity Launcher
For anyone trying to do this in the future.
It IS possible to use the "add your account via your phone (/web)" feature WITHOUT factory resetting. Someone commented here that you could just do that by signing in again from the accounts menu, but I could not replicate that and did not get the option to do that. I did however figure out another way to do this.
download the apk of Activity Launcher (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher&hl=en). You can use APKPure for this: https://apkpure.com/search?q=de.szalkowski.activitylauncher
sideload the apk using the usual methods (i used xplore - you probably need to install this before enabled advanced protection, or temporarily add a different google account to access the play store to install it)
open the app right after you install it. you may need to reinstall if you can't find out how to open it. You can double tap the home button to use the recents menu to reopen the app after testing an activity (read below).
the hardest part is to find the correct activity that triggers the device setup wizard.
Unfortunately I could not determine the name of the correct activity as I only accidentally found it myself by using the recents menu, and I don't want to remove my google account to try again in case I can't find it again.
Edit: doing some minimal testing, I THINK the correct activity MIGHT BE "Setup Wizard" under the "Setup Wizard" app. Click that. Press home button. then go to recents (double tap home), then press b. Then skip below to step 4. I did not test this properly by removing my google account.
You need to look through all the google, and as well as promising non-google activities and try to click on ones that mention "sign in" or "setup wizard". If nothing occurs, then you need to open the recents menu (double tap home) and look for something that says something similar to "setup" or "device setup". If you can't see anything interesting, press the BACK button FROM THE RECENTS MENU, as I've found this can display the activity you opened via Activity Launcher.
Eventually you will find the correct one which will give you a prompt to sign in using your phone / via https://www.android.com/tv/setup/ .
Once you've done, you will end up at a black screen. Press the home button to return to the home screen
Hope this helps.
You can find the activity name of any app through Activity Launcher which is actually a very handy app.
Download this [link] >> go to all activities>>scroll to oculus then open activity
I can help you with putting it on your home screen.
Find the Google App, then tap and hold on this activity
Tap Create shortcut
You should be able to add an icon to your home screen which will launch you right into Driving Mode.
It shouldn't be this difficult, but it's better than nothing.
download this: [link]
scroll down to System UI and open the System UI demo shortcut
see if you can launch it from here
kiwi browser to get access to all the addons i'm used to from desktop (RIP firefox)
activity launcher to access customization options hidden by the vendor (like systemUI tuner)
a debloated ROM
smartpack kernel manager (kernel adiutor's successor)
microG to get the google services features without the google services bloat
screenshift to handle overdraw
link2sd to move apps between /data /system and /sdcard
ifnyou want dc dimming - install [link]
after that - find antiflicker and change the settings :)
> Dial *#2263# in the phone app.
Looks like that is restricted to certain CSCs. I was able to get into those settings with Activity Launcher and launching an activity of Call Settings called
Don't forget Activity Launcher play store link:
oh, just incase you wanna try 120Hz (trial for around a week?) Download Activity Launcher from Playstore 👉 [link]
Download the file here.
WARNING. The update will not work if you have modified your current firmware (rooted). If so you need to install the .kdz via LG Up. Gpay and Netflix don't work with this firmware otherwise it's very stable. BTW it's recommended you do a Factory Reset considering it's a new Android version.
There's this app on Play Store which lets you open hidden Android menus. I used it to open the Gesture Navigation settings on my Nokia 6 (2017) with physical navigation and enabled it but nothing happened. You could try it.
You could try sideloading [link]
I use this to access hidden android settings on my xiaomi devices using miui
Download Activity Launcher, search "Music Share" in the app.
I couldn't make "system ui tuner" from the parameters/settings work but I followed this tutorial https://www.xda-developers.com/how-to-enable-system-ui-tuner-to-modify-the-status-bar-in-emui-4/ and could launch it with the Activity Launcher app then "System UI" -> "demo mode"
(I have mod control from zacharee installed)
it drastically increases your productivity. thus increasing focus.
Holy shit. Do I have to hand feed you?
Can you try installing this app and manually running Brave activities in hopes that it works? [link]
I use "Activity Launcher" [link]
Which basically does the same. Search for dashboard. I put in dns.adguard.com
It's an app
You could also try this app (untested) [link]
If you don't use the Nova Launcher, you can add a shortcut to eSIM-Manager activity (com.android.euicc.SwitchSlotActivity) on your home screen via one of these apps:
Activity Manager: Hidden activity launcher
or a shortcut to the Quick Settings
Custom Quick Settings (Premium Feature)
If it's like the Z2, there is a hidden, basic equalizer app that is preset with a "balanced" pattern. You can change for different outputs, but the output needs to be active for it to display.
To access, you can go to Google Play Music and open Settings, and then scroll down and tap Equalizer. But that's annoying, so there's a way to make a homescreen shortcut, which I'll explain in a moment.
As for the settings, on my Z2 Force, Balanced sounds best for the phone speaker, but I had to change it for my headphones to bass boost, as they are lacking a bit in the default setting. There's no custom option, just presets, but it can be disabled entirely as well if you prefer.
There are two ways to add a shortcut to your homescreen, depending on whether or not you're using Nova Launcher.
If you're using Nova Launcher instead of the stock Moto launcher, you press and hold on an empty space, tap widgets, and from the Nova Launcher category at the very top, drag "Activities" to the desktop, and it will load a list of all app packages and their public activities. Scroll down to Audio Effects, expand it, and tap on the ".ui.EqualizerActivity" package and now you have a shortcut to the equalizer.
If you're using the stock or any other launcher, install Activity Launcher, a tiny free app from the Play Store. When you open, tap the drop down at the top and choose "All activities" and wait for it to load (it may take 30 seconds or so depending on how many apps you have). Again, find Audio Effects, and tap to expand. Press and hold on the com.motorola.audiofx.ui.EqualizerActivity activity, which should be the only one listed for Audio Effects, and then from the popup, choose Create Shortcut to add to the homescreen. You can also choose edit shortcut instead if you want to edit the shortcut before adding, which allows you to change the icon and name. Just don't change the package or class, or it won't launch.
Now you can play around with that and see if that allows you to get better bass from your headphones.
Ok guys, I solved the issue using this:
And following the same steps as the other comment guy.
How about [link]
Sorry I meant this [link]
You need this app
Go to All activities
Find system UI
And there they are
Edit: use this app
Then create a shortcut from "show all activities>settings>data usage.
Use Activity Launcher from the Play Store.
You can make a shortcut with this app: [link]
Just gotta go to All activities > Settings > Testing.