If you have already used a Windows PC or laptop then you probably know what a is screensaver. Today nobody uses a screen saver on their laptop or a mobile phone as it’s an old feature on computer and phone. However, if you are eager to know how to enable a screen saver on a Samsung Galaxy smartphone then I am going to show you How to Enable & Disable Screen Saver on Samsung Galaxy.
However, using a screen saver on a Galaxy phone can be quite useful when you are plugging your phone into a charger. Although the Samsung S series (S9+, S9, S8+, S8 &, etc) and Note series (Galaxy Note 9, Note 8, &, etc) has a dedicated LED indicator whether you are phone is charging on not. But other Galaxy devices like A series and M series does not have LED indicator, so on those cases, the screen saver can be handy when you are plugging the charger. Because you will see a screen saver when the phone is turned on and charging. Click here to know What do the notification light colors mean on my Samsung Galaxy smartphone?
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What is a Screen Saver?
A screen saver is an animated image that is activated on a personal computer display when no user activity has been sensed for a certain time. However, on a phone, you will see a screen saver when the phone is turned on and charging.
Screensavers are entertaining us as our phones go to sleep. Using the Android Daydream feature, when your phone is in standby mode and is docked or charged, the screensaver will automatically display colors and photos on your phone. Choose a fun screensaver from a range of options.
How to Enable Screen Saver on Samsung Galaxy
Note: The below screenshots are taken on Galaxy S9+ running on Android 10 (One UI 2.1) and the steps may vary on Android 9.0 Pie or Android 8.0 Oreo.
Step 1. Go to the Settings app.
Step 2. Select Display.
Step 3. Scroll down all the way and then tap the Screen saver option.
Step 4. Choose the Screensaver you want to display:
Remember: Photos will be available only when you are signed in with the Google account.
- Photo Table
- Photo Frame
Step 5. Tap the Preview option to display a preview of your screensaver.
Step 6. Tap the settings or gear icon to customize the selected screensaver.
How to Disable Screen Saver on Samsung Galaxy
You might not like using screen savers, however, and may find yourself looking for a way to change them. Each of these settings can be adjusted. Here’s how to disable the screen saver on a Samsung Galaxy phone:
Step 1. Open the Settings app.
Step 2. Tap Display.
Step 3. Scroll down all the way and then select the Screen saver option.
Step 4. Tap None and you are good to go.
That’s it. This is how you can enable and disable the screen saver on Samsung Galaxy devices.
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