The Always On Display is one of the popular features in the Galaxy S10 series, thanks in no small part to Samsung’s AMOLED display. AoD can be useful if you want some information to be regularly or consistently shown on the screen without doing anything. According to Samsung, AoD only uses a tiny bit of battery in order to light up the screen so if you can readily charge your phone every day, it’s a helpful feature.
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How to adjust Always On Display on the Galaxy S10
Whether you want to adjust what appears on your Galaxy S10 Always On Display or turn it off, the steps below should walk you through how to do it.
- Open Settings app.
- Tap Lock Screen.
- Tap Always On Display.
- Tap Display mode.
- Select a mode you want:
- Tap to show: The Always On Display appears for 30 seconds when you tap the screen.
- Show always: The Always On Display continuously appears.
- Show as scheduled: The Always On Display appears during the time you set. Tap Set schedule to set the start and end time.
If you choose to enable Always on Display on your Galaxy S10, there are many fantastic styles available for you. Some AoDs are digital while others look analog. Some AoD can show your calendars, display time zones, or prioritize appointments. Once you’ve selected the one that you like, confirm it by tapping on Done at the bottom.
Some AoD selections may provide more options like music playback, screen orientation (portrait/landscape), and many more. If you don’t need these and you’re concerned about battery consumption, we suggest that you turn AoD off entirely.
How to change or get new Always on Display for Galaxy S10
If you want to shop around for Always on Display, there are two ways to do so. The first one is by opening the Galaxy Store app.
The other one is by going under the Galaxy Themes. Here’s how:
- Tap and hold an empty space in your Home screen.
- Tap Themes.
- Tap AODs.
Most AoDs are not free although there are many popular free ones as well.
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