In this Android Tutorial, we are going to tell you How to Change Always on Display Screen Orientation on Galaxy S10. Some of you might be thinking that is it even possible to change the display orientation of Always on Display? Well, this option has been subtly introduced in One UI 1.1. Galaxy S10 is the first flagship device which got released with One UI 1.1 by default. Though there are not very huge changes being made in One UI 1.1 compared to One UI 1.0 still some very useful features like Digital Wellbeing and Bixby Routines are introduced. Apart from the aforementioned advancements, in One UI 1.1, you can also use Always On Display in landscape orientation.
This feature is not only for Galaxy S10, any device running One UI 1.1 will have the ability to let you choose screen orientation for Always on Display (AOD). Galaxy S10 is the flagship and is in limelight nowadays, therefore, we chose it to teach you how to change Always on Display Screen Orientation on the device running Android 9.0 Pie One UI 1.1.
How to Change Always On Display Screen Orientation on Galaxy S10
- Open the phone’s Settings app from the app drawer.
- Here, tap Lock screen, then tap Always On Display to go into AOD settings.
- Now, scroll down a bit to find Screen Orientation option. Tap on it and then select Portrait or Landscape depending on which orientation you prefer.
These are the three steps which you need to follow in order to change Always on Display screen orientation to landscape. The steps are to be followed if you want to change AOD screen orientation on Galaxy S10 Plus or Galaxy S10e or for that matter any device running One UI 1.1. Also, the next time you need to change the screen orientation for Always on display, just follow the steps above to do so.