[ How To ?? ] Customize Always On Display on Samsung Galaxy Note 8

How to customize Always On Display To get started with customizing the Always On Display, head to Settings, Lock screen and security then Always On Display. Now let's see what's in there and what you can do with it. By default, you have six different main clock styles to choose from: digital clock, analog clock, world clock, calendar, image and edge clock. They're all pretty self-explanatory and have small previews of what they look like generally. You can download more Always On Display styles from Samsung Themes if these choices aren't to your liking.
Tap the Always On Display style you want to use, and you'll launch into a customization screen where you can tweak different aspects of the screen. The customization options differ based on which of the styles you're working from, but basically come down to the clock style, color and background.With a few of the styles you'll also be able to tap on blank spots on the screen to add more information like a…

[ How to ?? ] Stop Android Oreo’s annoying ‘running in the background’ notification

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One of the most annoying “features” in Android Oreo is persistent notifications that constantly tell you of any apps that are running in the background. It’s a great idea, but in practice, it’s just unwanted clutter. Unfortunately, the final version of Oreo provides no solution for this, but a clever developer has created a workaround.

A new free app on Google Play quite simply named “Hide ‘running in the background’ Notification,” is available now and works just as simply as you’d hope.

Once you’ve downloaded the app, just open it, grant notification access, and that’s it. The persistent notification should disappear immediately, but if not a quick reboot should make it kick in. From then on out, just leave the app installed in order to keep that notification hidden. One limitation is that, for the time being, it only works on devices set to English, but the developer says more languages are coming soon.

This app is, again, completely free on Google Play, but you do have the option of tossing the developer a donation as a thank you.


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