Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Here’s how to change simulate a display with a cutout in Android 9.0 Pie. You can find this simulate a display cutout in Android Pie 9.0 under the drawing section of developer settings. By default disabled simulate display cutout/Notch. Android Pie 9.0 will support notch on the status bar including corner display cutout, double display cutout, and tall display cutout. In Android P developer preview, you can see Android P dual notch support in Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, and other non-pixel devices.
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How to Change Simulate a Display With a Cutout in Android Pie 9.0
First, enable developer options in your Android Pie 9.0 devices.
Settings > System > About phone > Advanced > Scroll down and tap on Build number 7 times
You can see this message on screen: You are now a developer!
Now let see how to display Notch in Android 9.0 Pie devices.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Settings icon.
Step 2: Scroll down up to the end of the page and Tap System.
Step 3: Tap Advanced.
Step 4: Tap Developer options.
Step 5: Scroll down up to the drawing section and tap Simulate a display with a cutout/Notch.
By default set None as simulate Notch on Android 9.0 Pie. You can see below given three options in your Google Pixel and other devices.
Corner Display cutout/Notch
You can see simulate Notch in Android Pie devices at the upper right corner side.
Double display cutout/Notch in Android Pie 9.0
You can see double Notch in your Android 9 Pie upper and lower-middle of the screen.
Tall Display Cutout/Notch
This Android Pie notch is tall compare to others and you can see it in the top middle of the screen.
Step 6: Choose from the above-given options to set Display Notch in Android Pie 9.0
Also, check out below settings to display Notch using display settings.
Settings > Display > Advanced > Device theme > Narrow display cutout/Pixel/Tall display cutout/Wide display cutout
And that’s it. Do you still have questions about change simulate a display with a cutout in Android Pie 9.0? Let me know what you think about our findings. Don’t forget to share with others, if you found it helpful.