Want to use picture in picture mode Galaxy S10 plus and S10 One UI? By default turned on PIP mode in galaxy S10. In this tutorial, I’ll show you step to enable and use picture in picture mode Samsung Galaxy S10 plus Pie 9.0 device. When turn on picture-in-picture mode S10 plus, you can watch YouTube video & chat with friends at same time or use WhatsApp PIP mode and surf the web at same time in your device.
You can enable/disable galaxy S10’s picture-in-picture mode using apps info settings. Most of all apps are supported PIP mode S10 such as YouTube, Whatsapp, Instagram etc. Follow below given step by step process to enable and use picture in picture mode Galaxy S10 One UI.
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This Samsung galaxy S10 Picture-in-picture mode allows the app to create a PIP window while the app is open or after you leave it. This app window displays on top of other apps you’re using. Check out below given settings to enable PIP mode on galaxy S10.
Step 1: Swipe down notification panel from top of the screen and tap Settings gear icon
Step 2: Tap Apps
List of installed apps are view in your Samsung galaxy S10 and S10 plus.
Step 3: Select app you want to use PIP mode S10 plus
Step 4: Scroll down up to Advanced section and tap Picture-in-picture
Step 5: You can see default allowed apps that supported PIP mode, enable/disable picture-in-picture mode you want
How to use PIP mode on Samsung galaxy S10 & S10 Plus One UI 1.1
Step 1: Play video on YouTube or Netflix in your Samsung S10
Step 2: Long press home button to leave that app
You can see square box of that app on your Samsung galaxy S10 home screen.
Step 3: Now open any message app or WhatsApp app to access other app
You can enjoy both Netflix videos and chat with friends on WhatsApp or Instagram in your galaxy S10 device.
And that’s it. I hope this little tip useful to use Picture in picture mode Galaxy S10 plus One UI. If you have any kind of trouble, tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for latest updates.