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Did you enable the Developer settings by tapping repeatedly on the build number in settings? I have the setting on my Note 3. Or do you mean it doesn't really do the trick? Sorry lol
lol yeah I enable it and checked "stay awake". It just doesn't seem to have any effect
 
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Try Screen Timeout Toggle. Great little app that worked for me when I needed this feature while on my Note 2.
 
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Try Screen Timeout Toggle. Great little app that worked for me when I needed this feature while on my Note 2.
Thanks buddy. I'll check it out and report back
 
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I've tried relentlessly to find a way to keep the screen on while charging, to practically no avail.

I ended up installing an app called "Stay Awake", which worked in theory, however, after 5 seconds the screen adjusts to the dimmest setting which is nearly impossible to read unless you are in a dark room.

Without that app running nothing else works to keep the screen on during charging.

Anyone solved this issue yet?

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The setting is under the developer options screen. (If you don't have developer options enabled go to settings->about device and tap on build number about 10 times. (half way thru tapping you'll see a pop up telling you how many taps are left))

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