Although we did not list it as one of the top 10 new features of Galaxy Note 10, many owners found this feature is quite interesting.
This Galaxy Note 10 guide explains the details (and limitations) of the dynamic lock screen on Samsung Galaxy Note 10, how to enable, use, and customize the dynamic lock screen.
With the September 2019 update for Galaxy S10, this feature is also available on Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e now.
What is the Dynamic Lock screen on Galaxy Note 10?
By default, the wallpaper on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 does not change (static). This means you will see the same picture again and again when you wake up the screen.
The Dynamic lock screen, introduced with Galaxy Note 10 (and Note 10+ of course), uses a pack of pictures as the lock screen wallpaper.
The phone will rotate them randomly so that you will very likely see a different lock screen when you wake up the screen.
All pictures/photos in the “pack” (category) are provided by Samsung. You need to download them to your phone before you can use them.
Samsung promised to update the packs every two weeks, and therefore, you will always get a “fresh” look of your Galaxy Note 10 lock screen.
In a nutshell, the dynamic lock screen means a new lock screen wallpaper when you wake up the screen.
How to enable the Dynamic Lock screen?
By default, this feature is not enabled. And the lock screen wallpaper on Galaxy Note 10 is static. You need to enable it manually if you want to make it dynamic (and fresh).
There are a couple of ways to enable the Dynamic lock screen on Samsung Galaxy phones.
Method 1: Settings — Wallpapers and themes
The first method to enable the dynamic lock screen feature on Galaxy Note 10 is from the wallpaper and theme settings.
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