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On some other occasion already you have submitted any application to simulate Always On of the Samsung Galaxy S7 or LG G5. On this occasion, and after trying a lot of applications of the style, I want to present that to me is the best application to simulate Always On of the Samsung Galaxy S7 or LG G5.
The application that responds to the name of Always On AMOLED, as it could not be otherwise, we’re going to be able to download free of charge from Google’s Store Play, the official app store for Android, which, by means of the following post and the attached video on the header of this article, I taught its simple operation and as enable it correctly in our compatible Android devices.
What is Always On?
Always On is a new feature added in the terminals of the brand Samsung and LG, specifically in its two recent flagships of these companies, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5, which is to lock the screen stays on showing us the clock, calendar of our Android as well as the latest notifications received.
Requirements in order to enable Always On of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5
To be able to enable the functionality Always On of the Samsung Galaxy S7 or LG G5, apart from Download this free app for Android that just is also available for versions of Android Kit Kat or superior versions of Android, will require mandatory way, having a terminal that has superuser access, or what comes to the same thing have a terminal previously rooted and with the installation of the application SuperUser, SuperSU or any other Root as for example KingRoot permissions Manager.
Proven once this already will be able to download and install Always On from Google’s Store Play.
What does Always On AMOLED?
Always On AMOLED, offers us neither more nor less than power to enable the functionality Always On or always on display as the new functionality added in the Galaxy S7 Samsung or LG G5. In principle, although this new functionality is intended for devices with screens with technology AMOLED and SuperAMOLED, also it will install terminals with IPS LCD screen though these terminals, part of not being as well as the AMOLED screens, is also going to suffer excessive battery drain.
The big difference between a display with AMOLED technology to a screen with LCD or IPS technology, lies in that while the IPS screen while in Active mode are their pixels always are turned on and working, screens with technology AMOLED and SuperAMOLED this does not happen to already that to show the black pixel is off completely individually. This lower consumption of these screens in the mode Always On interface in black colors is as if the terminal was the screen in sleep mode or switched off completely.
Download and install Always On free from Google’s Store Play
Download: Always On AMOLED – BETA (Free*, Google Play) →