How to use Galaxy Note10+ Dynamic Lock Screen | for beautiful lock screen

The 6.8 inches AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of the Galaxy Note10+ is already impressive but you can actually further spice it up with the use of Dynamic Lock Screen. Learn what Dynamic Lock Screen is and how to use it to make your phone’s screen even more beautiful.

What is Galaxy Note10+ Dynamic Lock Screen?

One of the things that can pretty up your Galaxy Note10+ but is buried deep within settings is Dynamic Lock Screen. This is a feature that is only available on Galaxy Note series, if we are not mistaken starting with Galaxy Note4. The Galaxy S10 and the rest of the series don’t have this so this makes your Note10+ unique. Basically, Dynamic Lock Screen allows you to use a rotating set of images on your lock screen. These images are impressive for the massive screen size of your Note10+ so we suggest you use them.

The photos for Dynamic Lock Screen are grouped into:

  • Landscapes
  • Life
  • Food
  • Pets
  • Art

Steps to enable Galaxy Note10+ Dynamic Lock Screen

Using Dynamic Lock Screen on your Galaxy Note10+ is easy. Follow these steps to start using this feature:

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Tap Lock screen.
  3. Move slider for Dynamic Lock Screen to the right to turn it on.
  4. To pick which category to use, tap on Dynamic Lock Screen.
  5. Tap on a category like Landscape.
  6. Wait for a few moments to allow the device to download and apply the chosen category.
  7. To check, press the Power button to turn the phone off. Then, press the Power button once more to check the lock screen.
  8. That’s it!

How to customize Galaxy Note10+ Dynamic Lock Screen

The default configuration of Dynamic Lock Screen lets it rotate photos on its own. If you want to use one particular photo and manually change to another later on, you can do that by customizing the Dynamic Lock Screen. Here’s how:

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Tap Lock screen.
  3. Tap Dynamic Lock Screen.
  4. Tap More settings icon at the upper right.
  5. Tap Settings.
  6. Move slider for Keep my image on Lock screen to the right.

Congrats! We hope you’ll now enjoy the gorgeous Dynamic Lock Screen of your Galaxy Note10+.


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