Most of the features in Samsung Galaxy smartphones are a tall aspect ratio and a display cutout for the selfie camera. But these design characteristics can be modified in Samsung’s proprietary Android skin on an app-by-app basis? Let’s know about it more.
To make apps full-screen
- Some mobile apps support Samsung’s tall aspect ratio out of the box. Other apps can be forced full-screen through One UI.
- If you want to know how to change this on your device just follow some steps, open the settings app on your Galaxy phone, and access Display followed by Full-screen apps.
- Now you also see the Aspect ratio tab at the bottom, then click the app from the list and select if you want to see it in its default mode or full-screen mode.
Steps: Hide or show selfie camera per app
- If you think your camera cutout gives you trouble in some apps, you can choose to hide it behind a wider notification bar on an app-by-app basis or make it show in other apps.
- For this go to the Full-screen apps menu as before, and turn to the Camera cutout show at the bottom. Now, choose the desired app from the list and tap “Show camera cutout” or “Hide camera cutout.”
In this, we see all about how to set the app from default mode to full-screen mode and camera cutout or hide the camera option in Samsung One UI.
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