If you just got Samsung Galaxy Note 10, you get to enjoy the large display, great specs, and features. However, to get the most out of this phone, you should tailor the options according to your needs and desires. There are many things that you may want to change, some to turn on and some to disable. It is entirely up to you. Here, we are going to show you how to enable Always on Display on Note 10.
When you turn this feature on, you will have certain info at a glance at all times, such as the weather, time, notifications, calendar, just to name a few. However, before you turn it on, we should point out that this feature uses power, which means that once you enable it you may notice the battery life decreasing faster than usual.
How to enable Always on Display on Note 10
There are two ways to enable this feature on your Note 10. You can do it from the Settings and Quick settings. We will show you both ways to do it.
How to enable Always on Display on Note 10: Settings menu
To enable it from Settings:
- Navigate to Settings
- Tap Lock Screen
- Tap Always on Display
- Now you can turn it on and customize it according to your needs and desires.
How to enable Always on Display on Note 10: Quick settings
You can turn this option on from the Quick Settings. Many users find this method simpler. Here is what you need to do:
- Swipe down on your screen and you’ll access Quick Settings
- Find Always on Display and tap on it to turn it on
- To customize it, just tap on the words Always on Display
- When you finish, tap Done.
This is how you can enable Always on Display. Try it out, and if you don’t mind the fact it uses some extra power, have all the information you want at a glance.