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How To Hide Home Button on Galaxy S8’s Always On Display



With the Galaxy S8 and S8+, Samsung ditched its traditional design of the physical home button along with the two touch capacitive keys and instead, the company added on-screen buttons that were used to makes sure that the display uses most of the space on the front. Now, if you are a proud owner of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and want to hide that always On Home button from the Always On Display of your phone, then in this particular article, we are going to show you how to Hide Home Button on Galaxy S8‘s Always on Display. The process is quite simple and there is no need to root or do any stuff like that. You only need to tweak the settings a bit.


Hide Home Button on Galaxy S8

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  1. Head to the settings of your device and find the settings of Always On Display. For this, go to Settings > Lock Screen and Security and scroll down where you will find ‘Lock Screen And Always On Display’ section. Here, you need to tap on the text that says ‘Always On Display’. Keep in mind that you need to tap on the text and not on the button that toggles the AOD On and Off.
    Hide Home Button on Galaxy S8

    Image Credits – GadgetHacks

  2. Here, you will see an option that says ‘Content To Show’. Just tap on that and there you can either have ‘Home Button and Clock or Information’  or ‘Clock or Information’ or ‘Home Button Only’. Now, you know what to do. To hide Home Button on Galaxy S8‘s AOD, just select the option that says ‘Clock Or Information’.

And bam! The home button will no longer be shown on the Always on Display of your Galaxy S8 or S8+. So, that’s all about this simple and quick tutorial. Tried it? Do let us know in the comments section.


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