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Samsung One UI 3.0: How to use Always-on Display (AOD) on Galaxy devices

In daily life, we have a lot of work and we often forget some text, notifications, watching time, etc on our phone or you are in a meeting and you have activated silent then you will not able to know the notification, text until and unless you unlock and check your phone. But this time you will never forget your notification and all thing with Samsung Galaxy One UI 3.0 or 3.1 new feature Always-On display AOD. In this, you can set lock screen widgets and have them so when always-on display in action.

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The specialty of this feature is when your phone’s light is off, the AOD feature displays some information like the time, date, and any notifications in a lower-power mode.

Another important thing is AOD can drain your phone battery. For this, you can disable this feature by going to the main Settings app and Select the Lock Screen. Search the Always On Display option and tap it.

Samsung One UI 3.1: How to use Always-on Display

  1. Open Settings Applications
  2. Then go into Lock Screen
  3. Tap on Always-on Display
  4. You have the option, that you can change it when to show AOD like Show for 10 seconds, Show Always, or Show as Scheduled.
  5. You also can customize several things like the clock style, music information, change screen orientation, & toggle auto-brightness.

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