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ColorOS 11 Tip: Customize New Colorful Always-On Display

Last year OPPO launched its own custom UI based on Android 10, ColorOS 7, it brings with it many new features, one of which is Always-On Display (AOD) aka Screen off display is a feature that allows users phone’s lock screen to show time, date, battery status, notifications, and more while the screen is off.

Recently the company unveiled new ColorOS 11 based on Android 11 with the company introduced a new Always-On Display, it offers a wide variety of styles and patterns to truly represent your style. The content of Always-on Display is not just automatically generated, but created by users with just one stroke to craft a unique pattern.

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ColorOS 11: How to customize or Change Always-on display

  • Open Settings
  • Display & Brightness
  • Tap On “Always on Display”
  • Now select your design and move your finger on the screen, the design will change your finger’s movements

However, it’s available for certain flagship phones with AMOLED displays.

Schedule AOD:

  • Tap on the Schedule Time option slider (if enabled)
  • Select Start Time
  • Select End Time

Set Clock Style for Always On Display:

You can customize the clock style for Screen-Off Display (Always On Display) according to your preferences.

  1. On the Always On the Display screen, touch Clock style, and swipe across to view the available clock styles.
  2. Select a preferred clock style and tap on the clock style.
  3. You can also write text using the Mantra option.

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