Always on Display (AOD) is one of the most popular features nowadays. Many mobile manufacturers are incorporating this feature in their flagship devices. Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus also have this feature, but in this post, we will tell you How to Turn Off Always On Display on Galaxy S8/S8+. You must be thinking that why to turn off such a hot feature which is being included in flagships. Well, we will get it to later in the post.
Always on Display means when you turn off the screen of your Galaxy S8/S8+, it’s still on. Well, not completely, but a small area of the screen keeps on showing you Time, Date, Battery level and even some notifications. That’s why it’s called Always-on Display, some users find it quite useful as some basic information is at their disposal without turning on the screen. However, this feature is a trade-off with battery life. Yes, it consumes battery and if you are looking to save battery then you should turn off Always on Display immediately. Luckily it’s very easy to turn off Always on Display on Galaxy S8/S8+, no apps required, no root required or you don’t have to punch any ADB commands to turn off Always on Display.
There are few settings which you need to make to turn off always on display to save battery life. So, without any further ado lets jump straight to the guide.
How to Turn Off Always On Display on Galaxy S8/S8+ to Save Battery Life
- Open Settings from your App drawer, or pull down the notification bar and tap gear-shaped icon near the top right to go to Settings.
- In Settings find Lock screen and security and Tap on it.
- Now in Lock screen and security settings toggle the switch to off for “Always on Display”.
- You can Tap on Always On Display to explore more settings for this feature.
That’s it! You have successfully turned off Always on Display on Galaxy S8/S8+. Turning off this feature will surely increase the battery life of Galaxy S8/S8+.