Galaxy Note 8 has several app settings such as change default app, enable full screen apps, install app from unknown source, clear notification badge and control app permission. But in this tutorial, I will show you complete details to enable full screen apps on Galaxy Note 8 device. This full screen app is one of the best app features in galaxy Note 8 device. Many apps not open in full screen mode, you can change this setting in your Note 8.
Galaxy Note 8 devices has 18.5:9 display resolutions. In most of all Smartphone is regular display 16:9 screen to watch movies and videos. You will force apps into full screen on the Galaxy Note 8 using display settings. Also full screen mode on galaxy S8, galaxy Note 7 and LG G6 device. Follow below given step by step process to enable full screen apps on Galaxy Note 8 device.
How to enable full screen apps on Galaxy Note 8
By default several apps turn on this feature and other apps disabled. Not all apps will supported this force full screen apps features. Check below given step by step guide to enable it.
Step 1: Go to settings in your galaxy Note 8
Step 2: Tap display
Step 3: Tap full screen apps
This settings force apps into full screen mode on Samsung galaxy Note 8 device. Here you will see both enable and disable app on your galaxy Note 8.
Step 4: Tap app and turn on toggle button to enable full screen mode on galaxy Note 8
Now open any app want to enjoy full screen in your galaxy Note 8 and other device.
Let see other important galaxy Note 8 apps settings.
Change default apps on galaxy Note 8:
Settings > Apps > Menu > Default app > Change home / browser / messages / phone app
Clear Notification badges on galaxy Note 8:
This Notification badge feature is useful to show how many notifications you have missed for that particular app. To disable it, long press on the app icon and tap clear badge. Now remove notification from that app icon.
Install apps from unknown sources:
Install third party downloaded apps on your galaxy Note 8 device. You can’t install an app manually in your device. Enable unknown source on galaxy Note 8 to install third party apps.
Settings > Lock screen & security > unknown sources > Turn on
In latest android Oreo 8.0 devices, this unknown source option removed. You will manually enable install from unknown sources on android Oreo.
Control app permission on galaxy Note 8:
You can individually change app permission on your galaxy Note 8 using below settings.
Settings > Applications > select app > App permission > Enable permission
You will see several options in app permission such as body sensor, camera, calendar, contacts, location, SMS, Microphone, storage and more.
And that’s all. Let me know what you think about this article to enable full screen apps on Galaxy Note 8 device. Is there something we should have covered we missed? Tell us in below comment box. Stay connected with us for latest galaxy Note 8 tips and tricks.