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It can be annoying when your Android screen turns itself off very quickly. You might be in the middle of reading a social media post or news article, only to have the screen suddenly turn black and ask you to open it again.
Fortunately, it is quick and easy to set this timeout. We’ll take a look at how to keep your Android screen on longer when your phone or tablet isn’t in use and even how you can keep it on permanently. We’ll also show why this might not be a great idea.
It should be noted that the features and settings discussed in this article can vary depending on the device and Android version you are using. But it’s probably pretty much the same with most Android phones and tablets.
The short answer
To keep your Android screen on longer, go to your device screen settings menu, select File Show Settings, and find a file Sleeps or Screen turns off automatically Selection. Tap on it, and select how long you want your Android screen to stay on when not in use.
You’ll usually need a third-party app if you want to keep your screen on permanently.
Before you decide that you want to change the screen timeout settings, it’s worth remembering why the screen turns off automatically so quickly by default. Save your Show Running longer when not in use will drain the battery more quickly. It’s also a security risk, as someone else can access your device while it’s unlocked.
But there are plenty of legitimate reasons why you would want to keep your Android screen on for a longer period of time or even permanently. Let’s explore how we can do this.
How to set screen on time on Android
To set the screen on time on your Android phone, head over to your device settings.
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Next, find a file Show Settings. They might be called something like screen brightnessas in the screenshot above.
Locate a file Screen turns off automatically Property. Again, this could be called something a little different, eg timeout screen or Sleeps.
Finally, set this setting to the desired amount of time you want your Android device to be idle before turning off the screen. In the example above, it was changed from 30 seconds to 30 minutes.
How to turn off the Android screen
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The instructions above show you how to turn off your Android screen for up to 30 minutes. But this tends to be the maximum amount of time you can instruct the screen to stay awake while not in use – at least within the system settings.
In the event that you want your Android screen to stay on for longer than that or even turn off completely, you will probably need help Third party application.
there Lots of options on the Play Store for applications that can do this. As always with third-party apps, you should do your research on how legitimate and effective they are, such as by checking ratings and reviews. For example, Screen Alive is an application that performs this function – download it below.
By the way, keeping Android screen always on is different from Always On Display (AOD). AOD is specifically a feature related to what is still visible on the lock screen when your device is not in use, such as the clock or notifications. Most modern Android phones have an AOD feature that you can access through the lock screen settings, Like the Pixel 7.
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