Do you want to know how to enable or disable the Always-On Display feature on Xiaomi Redmi Note 2?
With the latest release of Xiaomi MIUI 12, MIUI 12.5, there is an Always-On Display option to show a graphic along with time and other notification info on the Amoled (OLED) screen when your phone is locked.
On MIUI12, by default Always-On Display will be disabled. Let’s learn how to enable the Always-On Display on your AMOLED phone.
How To Enable Always-On Display in Xiaomi Redmi Note 2
Step 1: Go to the settings app on your Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 by swiping down and clicking on the Gear settings icon on the Top right of the notification panel.
Step 2: Now Search for the Always-On Display and Lock Screen option and tap on it as shown in the screenshot below.
Step 3: Now you will see the Always-On Display & Lock Screen settings page. Here click on the Always-on Display option and enable the toggle.
Step 4: Now you can select the design of your Always on lock screen display by choosing the various built in themes. You can also choose text color and animation style for the lock like digital or analog style. You can also choose or not choose to show battery percentage and notifications on the always on display..
That’s it you have successfully enabled the Always-On Display option on your Xiaomi Redmi Note 2.
For older Xiaomi devices without Amoled display, this Always-On Display option feature won’t be available.
How to Disable Always-On Display on Xiaomi Redmi Note 2
On your Xiaomi Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 running MIUI, to Disable Always-On Display, follow the above steps but choose to disable the Always-on display toggle instead.
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