Here’s how to enable/disable full screen apps on galaxy Note 9 Oreo 8.1 device. You can individually choose which apps you want to see in the full screens aspect ratio. Not all apps supported full screen mode on Samsung note 9. You can enable and use full screen apps on galaxy Note 9 under display settings.
Some of the apps may not work properly in full screen in your galaxy note 9 devices or YouTube full screen not working problem. Just disable full screen apps on Note 9 that facing problem while open full screens. Follow below given step by step process to use full screen apps on Galaxy Note 9.
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How to enable and use full screen apps on Galaxy Note 9 Oreo 8.1
By default turned on full screen apps on Google, Gmail and other apps. If you don’t want to show apps as full screen mode, disable it using below given settings.
Step 1: Swipe down notification panel and tap settings gear icon in your galaxy Note 9
Step 2: Tap Display
In galaxy note 9 display settings, you can see auto brightness, Blue light filter, screen mode, screen resolution, home screen, full screen apps, easy mode, icon frames, Edge screen, LED indicator, Status bar, Navigation bar and more settings.
Step 3: Tap Full screen apps
By default enable and disable full screen apps in your Samsung galaxy note devices.
Step 4: Turn on toggle button of app you want to use as full screen Note 9
Step 5: Tap “Tap here to full entire screen” at bottom middle
Now enjoy full screen mode on YouTube, Facebook, Skype and other apps from list. Let see other Samsung galaxy Note 9 display settings.
How to change display resolution on Note 9
Set galaxy Note 9 resolution as HD+ 1480×720, FHD+ 2220×1080 and WQHD+ 2960×1440.
Step 1: Go to Settings in your Note 9 device
Step 2: Tap Display
Step 3: Tap Screen resolution
Step 4: Choose from HD+ 1480×720 / FHD+ 2220×1080 / WQHD+ 2960×1440
And that’s all. I hope this tutorial helpful to enable and use full screen apps on Galaxy Note 9. If you have any question, tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for latest updates.