Many people are so excited when they use the newest Samsung product, Galaxy Note 8. It is not only because the new phablet has many advanced features, but the user can be modified as the user’s want. One of the style that user can modify is the full-screen mode. Although not many people will feel comfortable when using full screen mode on Galaxy Note 8, some people need it when using a particular app.
With the 6.3 inch Quad Infinity Display that amazingly attracts the people to manage the screen usage, no wonder that their users will do the best to maximize the usage of the display.
If you are planning to make the full screen mode when you are using a particular app or feature, you can follow the instructions below.
Steps to Enable Full Screen Mode on Galaxy Note 8
To enable the full screen mode on Galaxy Note 8, you should go to the Setting menu. To heading in this menu, pull down the notification bar with your finger in one scroll down step only. Look the menu with the icon gear-shaped that you can find in the top-right of the bar menu. Choose it and find the menu “Display.” In this menu, you can modify all about the display in this device.
Find the menu that written as Full-Screen Apps. After that, you can modify which apps that you will be using the full-screen mode. To choose the app, select the list of the app that isn’t highlighted there. Make it on by switching the toggle. Once you switch it on, you will see that the particular apps will be highlighted for full-screen usage.
Usually, the apps of Galaxy Note 8 that can be used in full-screen mode are the apps that have a black bar on both top and bottom screen when you use them. When you see them, it means that you can enable the full screen whenever you use the particular app.
You can change the app to work in the fixed screen that has set by Samsung before. To make it, you can do the same with the steps above and just turn off the particular app. Some apps work well as they are. So if you think that full screen doesn’t fit how the app looks like, you can easily modify it.
And now, you can manage the full or fixed screen as you want quickly. Making full-screen mode when you use app could make you enjoy the better experience of Samsung Galaxy Note 8.