Always On Display or AOD is a unique feature that gives you all the necessary data and information when your screen is turned off. It is a special feature offered by Samsung for some particular Galaxy devices. With Samsung’s UI interface you can check for a time, date, notifications, missed calls, battery level, and many more.
Samsung has recently started to roll out This Always On Display or AOD with a recent update and it comes with the newest version v7.1.10. This update is a stable one and it is available for users all over the world. This update is suitable for Galaxy devices with Android 9 and onward. The latest version v7.1.10 also fixes a handful of previous bugs and improves the overall performance of this feature.
With AOD you can easily change the widgets, clock style, themes, play music on your turned off device screen, check for alarms, check your schedule, pin test or image to the AOD screen, store memos, etc. If your Galaxy device supports it, you can enable the Always On Display or AOD option following these steps written below:
Settings – Display- Lock Screen – Always On Display – Show Always
[UPDATED ON 17/03/22] Samsung updated their Always On Display apk to version v7.1.11. This update is a stable one and it is available globally. The update is compatible for Galaxy devices with Android 9 or the later ones. The latest update fixes a handful of bugs this time.