Previously, you could only show or hide content on the Samsung lock screen but now you can choose which app notifications are shown on your lock screen. This post will teach you how to hide notifications from certain apps on the Samsung lock screen in One UI 5.1 based on Android 13.
It’s possible that you don’t want to get notifications for every single app on your locked Galaxy phone. There is a new option that lets you control what appears on your lock screen rather than turning on Do Not Disturb mode, which disables all notifications in general.
While these alerts might occasionally be helpful, if you value your privacy, you can disable notifications to keep everything hidden from prying eyes. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to conceal notifications on Android’s Lock screen, including how to do it for only select applications, like WhatsApp, and for all alerts.
There are lots of new features in Samsung One UI 5.1 like a new battery widget, Expert RAW integration, change in the screenshots folder, based on routine wallpaper, choosing which app notifications are shown on your lock screen, and many more.
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How to Hide Notifications from Certain Apps on the Samsung Lock Screen in One UI 5.1
Here’s how to show or hide notifications from some apps on the Samsung Galaxy lock screen in One UI 5.1:
1. Go to the Settings app.
2. Tap Notifications.
3. Select Lock screen notifications.
4. Tap the gear icon next to Show content.
5. Your phone’s applications will be included in a list. Toggle this off if you don’t want specific app notifications to appear on your lock screen.
That’s all. This is how you can hide notifications from certain apps on the Samsung lock screen in One UI 5.1.