One of the advantages of having a phone from a manufacturer that produces a vast array of additional products is that certain features on one appliance or device can also work on others. For example: your standard screen saver for a large television or monitor can also be used on your Samsung Galaxy S10. There are a few standard screen savers available for SGS10 users, but the one that we have seen on other larger screens are what I’d like to focus on.
The Screen Saver that I’m currently using is the Photo Table. To enable this screen saver, you need to go in to Display, and scroll down to Screen Saver. Toggle the switch to “On”, and then in the subsequent menu, select the Photo Table radio button. There is a settings icon which will allow you to select which folder you want to use to cycle through the photos. The screen saver will activate when the phone is plugged in to charge. Photos will be “tossed” on to the screen, and will pile up one on top of the other. If you have your phone at your desk, plugged in to keep the charge up, it’s a nice feature to take a peek at recent pix, or photos from yesteryear, depending on what folder or option you chose.
One of the really cool features of this screen saver is that you can “select” a photo to take a longer look as they are piling up. If you see a photo that you want to view longer, you just have to touch it with your finger tip, and it will move to the forefront of your screen. Photos will continue to pile up in the background, but you will be able to take time to look at the pic that you selected. Once you’re done, you can put it back in the pile by touching the pic again.
Please note that it will NOT work while you are wirelessly charging. It only works while cabled.
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