Say Hi To Your Mobile Screen Every Time You Look At It
Ever faced a problem of a black mobile screen staring at you when you are actually hoping to see a recipe of a delicious chocolate cake or while you are reading instructions of a game or an important email? There is no reason to fret, you guys, because this is a rather simple problem with an even simpler solution. All you have to do is tap on a few options, choose the right settings and your android mobile screen will never ever sleep again.
Select a longer screen timeout
Depending on your mobile, there are various options for this. In normal circumstances people are okay with a 30 sec timeout but if you are referring to the screen for a recipe or probably reading an apology note choose 10 min as the option. This will suffice just fine and solve your problem instantly. Here’s a warning you might want to keep in mind; – the longer the screen out the faster the battery drains out. Choose Wisely!
Tap on Stay Awake
We’re sure all of you who own any of the android smartphones’ must have browsed through the various menus and options. All you need to do is find the Developer Options and unlock it. Once that is done select stay awake and your phone will be awake even when it is charging.
Just Use ‘Wakey’
This is an awesome app available for download in the play store. Install ‘Wakey’ and keep your screen alive and awake whenever you want it the most. It gives you the option to select apps when you want the screen to remain lit up Once you have selected the apps, enable AutoWake. ChargeWake keeps the phone awake when charging and CPUWake keeps only the CPU awake. The last option is useful while downloading updates.
Other App Options
Keep Screen Alive and Stay Awake are two other apps available in the play store to keep the mobile screen glowing. The former requires you to make a few donations if you want to use it regularly.
Keep a Screensaver or the glance option on
A simple and effective way is to keep a screensaver for your phone. The glance option also works well. It lets you display your clock and notifications. Both these keep the screen awake for a long time letting you interact with your phone.
by techtalks @TechTalks June 29, 2015 5:58 AM UTC