Phone name: U UltraNowadays QR Codes are being used in many places for displaying product-related information or for going to a website link. Let’s learn how to scan QR codes using your HTC U Ultra Device running various android versions such as Android 9, Android 10, 11, 12 and Android 13.
How to scan QR codes on HTC U Ultra using the built-in camera appScanning a QR code on your HTC U Ultra using the built-in camera app is simple and easy. Here’s how to do it:
- Open the default camera application on your HTC U Ultra.
- Point your HTC device camera at the QR code you want to scan.
- Hold the camera steady until it recognizes the QR code.
- Tap the notification that appears on your screen to open the link or complete the action associated with the QR code.
Scan QR Code using Notification Toggle on HTC U Ultra
- Open your Notification panel on your U Ultra.
- Now find the Scan QR Code toggle if it’s already present on the Quick Toggle window.
- If the toggle is not present, then click on the edit toggle option and find and add the Scan QR Code option and click on the Done button.
- Now click on the QR code scanner toggle like in the screenshot below for scanning the QR code using your camera.
How to scan QR codes using third-party apps on HTC U UltraIn addition to using the built-in camera app, there are many third-party applications that are available in Google Play Store for scanning QR codes on your HTC U Ultra. Go to this QR Scanner Play Store page to choose the app you like. Here are a few popular QR scanner apps.
- QR Code Reader: This app is simple and easy to use, and can quickly scan QR codes.
- Barcode Scanner: This Barcode scanner app not only scans QR codes but can also scan barcodes and other types of codes.
- QR & Barcode Scanner: This Scanner app can scan both QR codes and barcodes, and can also generate QR codes.
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