Here’s how to set up screensaver on Android phones. You can enable screensaver on your latest Android OS using display settings. By default turned off this feature. To use screensaver on stock Android OS, you need to set screensaver while charging or docking your Android phone. Also, set screensaver as clock, colors, or photos from your phone gallery including your Google account, WhatsApp images, Screenshots, Instagram, Camera, WhatsApp video, Image, etc. Screensaver is reducding battery in your Android devices.
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How to Activate or Set Up a Screensaver on Android Stock Phones
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap the Settings gear icon.
Step 2: Tap on Display.
Step 3: Tap Advanced.
Step 4: Scroll at the end and tap the Screen saver.
Two options are available here including a Current screen saver and another is when to start.
Step 5: Tap When to start.
Below given 4 options appear.
While charging: When you put your phone in charge, you can see photos you set as a screensaver.
While docked: Select this option if you want to activate screensaver when your phone is docked.
While charging or docked: If you want to apply a screen saver when your phone charging or docked, select this.
Never: If you want to disable screen saver, select this.
Step 6: Select from the Above given options to use a screensaver.
Step 7: Tap on Current screen saver.
Step 8: Select from Clock/Colors/Photos (select photos from the phone gallery).
Step 9: Click on the Start now button.
Now, when you put your Android device charge or dock, you can see enable a screen saver.
Follow the above simple steps and you can easily change or set up a screensaver on your stock Android devices. If you have any trouble or query then please tell us in below comment box.