How to fix problems in the functions are Always On Display on the Galaxy S10

Feature Always On Display from the time Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge allows you to customize the screen and display on it a lot of useful information, simplifying the work with the smartphone from Samsung. Recently, we even told you how to correctly configure this feature in the Galaxy S10. We highly recommend you to read the article if you have purchased or intend to purchase yourself the newest flagship. Well, below we’ll look at how to fix some of the problems that can arise while using Always On Display (AOD).

With the release of Samsung Galaxy S10 updated the AOD and added some interesting new features to improve the experience from working with the device. But as with all updated products, this is not without its annoying flaws, which we will try to fix it.

АОD does not display the information correctly

Several users have reported this issue after installing the update the Android Pie. Eyewitnesses claim that the Always on Display is not always on, though, it would seem that the prefix “Always” have to say otherwise.

Fortunately, this problem is quite easily solved. By default, the new version of Android Pie display mode AOD is set to actuate after the tapas on display. To resolve this problem, just follow these steps:

  • Go to “Settings” and locate the lock screen settings.
  • Click on “Always on Display”.
  • Then go to display mode on the display.
  • Select “always Show”.

You cannot view the contact information for AOD

To update Android 9 Pie users can add their contact information to the lock screen mode AOD. Some users have reported that now this opportunity they have. Unfortunately, apparently, Samsung has decided to opt out of this feature at the software level. At the moment it is only to be expected that the South Korean company will decide to return to remove the opportunity.

“Burnout” screen

Some users have noticed that after more than a year of use Always on Display screens visible areas of “burnout”. This feature is very common on AMOLED displays, regardless of the presence function of AOD. If you do not want to risk, it is better not to “force” the screen to work all the time, limiting what is shown on the Tapu.

High battery consumption

Several users said that when using AOD the battery runs down pretty quickly. However, according to reports, activate Always on Display spends about 1-2% of battery over 2 hours. But if you still notice problems with rapid discharge of the battery when using AOD, here are a few options that will help solve the problem.

  • Verify that consumes battery power.

Go to Settings, then click Device Care (care device) — battery — battery use.
Now let’s see what application “eats away” most of the charge. And if it’s not Always on Display, the problem is not in it, and in the found application. Disable or remove it from your smartphone.

  • Check brightness.

Enabling it may happen that AOD is always on maximum brightness, which can lead to higher battery usage. To solve this problem, follow these steps:
Go to Settings — lock Screen — Always on Display
Then select “auto brightness” and turn it on. Or manually set the desired brightness level.

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