Question Always On Display Stays only for Few seconds- Redmi Note 10 Sunny

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199999

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Has anybody experienced or discovered that Redmi Note 10 AOD doesn't stay as intended? Supposedly to stay On Always but after few seconds after locking the phone, the AOD switches off.
yes, it only stays on for 10 seconds. that option is there, but it doesn't let it change. they removed the notification led because theoretically we would have always on, but it is not always on.
 

jiavea

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yes, it only stays on for 10 seconds. that option is there, but it doesn't let it change. they removed the notification led because theoretically we would have always on, but it is not always on.
And that is really odd, isn't it?? Hopefully there will be an option to untick that "10-second limit" on the next updates.
 

199999

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Try this:
Developer options - disable Miui optimization.
And when disabling this option, does it have no repercussions on other options on the phone? and in relation to the display burn in? is always on changing places now that it is always on? how often does it change? Because if always on is always fixed, it will have burn in as it happens in other amoled models ... in the case of Samsung, I know that the information on the screen will change its location slowly.
 

ptr21

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And when disabling this option, does it have no repercussions on other options on the phone? and in relation to the display burn in? is always on changing places now that it is always on? how often does it change? Because if always on is always fixed, it will have burn in as it happens in other amoled models ... in the case of Samsung, I know that the information on the screen will change its location slowly.
I think you have to find it out by yourself as I dont have Note 10 pro yet.
I have Mi 10 Lite right now and using this method AOD works as it should. Changing location in 10 min or so.
 
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jiavea

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And when disabling this option, does it have no repercussions on other options on the phone? and in relation to the display burn in? is always on changing places now that it is always on? how often does it change? Because if always on is always fixed, it will have burn in as it happens in other amoled models ... in the case of Samsung, I know that the information on the screen will change its location slowly.
I'm fully aware that Amoled screen in my Redmi Note 10 is prone to burn in hence I am observing how the AOD behaves when activated. I can conclude that its position changes from time to time, and in approximately 3 minutes its position shifts.
 

199999

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I noticed that the image changes its position from time to time. But the battery will also go away ...

I had a POCO X3 and the battery lasted a day and a half, or two. dependent on use. In this one, it doesn't last a day ... I took the phone out of the electric plug at 7 am, it's 10 am and already used 22% of the battery.

if I have the screen with 120 instead of 60, it lasts 12 hours.

I am disappointed with the battery life ... Theoretically, this screen should spend less.
 
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jiavea

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I noticed that the image changes its position from time to time. But the battery will also go away ...

I had a POCO X3 and the battery lasted a day and a half, or two. dependent on use. In this one, it doesn't last a day ... I took the phone out of the electric plug at 7 am, it's 10 am and already used 22% of the battery.

if I have the screen with 120 instead of 60, it lasts 12 hours.

I am disappointed with the battery life ... Theoretically, this screen should spend less.
AFAIK, Poco X3 has IPS display and it's not ideal for AOD, unlike Amoled. According to what I've read about amoled display, blacks of the screen are not consumuming electric energy, hence if AOD is used, only the illuminated display eats battery.
 

199999

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AFAIK, Poco X3 has IPS display and it's not ideal for AOD, unlike Amoled. According to what I've read about amoled display, blacks of the screen are not consumuming electric energy, hence if AOD is used, only the illuminated display eats battery.

I don't think you understand what I mean ... I didn't say I used AOD on the Poco X3. I only talked about POCO X3 because in terms of battery, it lasts a lot. I said that now that I turned on the AOD, it also consumes more battery. And I said that in 3 hours, just receiving notifications, nor turning on the screen to use the cell phone, it already used 22% of the battery.
 

jiavea

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My apology for not comprehending your previous statement.
I have a great battery life, but oftentimes I'm in wifi

Well,
I don't think you understand what I mean ... I didn't say I used AOD on the Poco X3. I only talked about POCO X3 because in terms of battery, it lasts a lot. I said that now that I turned on the AOD, it also consumes more battery. And I said that in 3 hours, just receiving notifications, nor turning on the screen to use the cell phone, it already used 22% of the battery.

I don't think you understand what I mean ... I didn't say I used AOD on the Poco X3. I only talked about POCO X3 because in terms of battery, it lasts a lot. I said that now that I turned on the AOD, it also consumes more battery. And I said that in 3 hours, just receiving notifications, nor turning on the screen to use the cell phone, it already used 22% of the battery.

Having disabled MIUI optimization is giving you problems? In many reddits people say that is bad, for animations, for app permission, etc... On another Xiaomi phone, I discovered myself the reset for all app permission
Disabled MIUI Optimization doesn't allow me to attach files in Gmail app and Chrome and other browsers. Other features that may be affected is yet to be experienced, if there are.
 

andrazek

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Ok, so not being able to set AOD to always or scheduled is not a bug then?? I've read somewhere that with the last update this bug was fixed (Indian version), can someone confirm? How abot Xiaomi.eu ROM - is it that hard to activate this feature? I mean it has AMOLED screen, why not...
 

jiavea

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Ok, so not being able to set AOD to always or scheduled is not a bug then?? I've read somewhere that with the last update this bug was fixed (Indian version), can someone confirm? How abot Xiaomi.eu ROM - is it that hard to activate this feature? I mean it has AMOLED screen, why not...
IMHO, i consider this as a bug. From the name itself, ALWAYS ON DISPLAY, it is supposed to be displayed all the time as users wish to, but the MIUI optimization restricts its purpose.

Well, hopefully if the latest version rolls-out to us, this bug is already been resolved.
 

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Ok, so not being able to set AOD to always or scheduled is not a bug then?? I've read somewhere that with the last update this bug was fixed (Indian version), can someone confirm? How abot Xiaomi.eu ROM - is it that hard to activate this feature? I mean it has AMOLED screen, why not...
nope...on xiaomi EU rom theres not even the option in dev options to disable xiaomi optimization so...aod at last 10 secs...;(
 

ptr21

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nope...on xiaomi EU rom theres not even the option in dev options to disable xiaomi optimization so...aod at last 10 secs...;(
There are available aod fixes for another Xiaomi devices. I tried a fix for Mi 10 Lite, worked for me.
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Screenshot_2021-03-31-13-40-45-944_com.miui.aod.jpg
 
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    Has anybody experienced or discovered that Redmi Note 10 AOD doesn't stay as intended? Supposedly to stay On Always but after few seconds after locking the phone, the AOD switches off.
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    UK Note 10 pro user here and the AOD - or lack of it - is really irritating. I've also contacted support but have yet to receive a reply. Hopefully they'll fix this issue with an OTA update. At least for now I have notifications working using a 3rd party app (aodNotfiy)

    I'll report back if/when I hear back from Xiaomi.
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    I've heard about turning off optimization (unfortunately i don't get the option in developer settings?) besides doing that you lose other functionality if i'm not mistaken? My GF's mi 9 has permanent AOD and she has no battery draining issues (also the screen moves every couple of minute to avoid burn in) this has already been implemented on Xiaomi devices, so why can't they be arsed to do the exact same thing to the RN 10 pro? i don't want a custom firmware and the hassle of doing it. A quick question though, with the custom FW can you access google assistant from standby? because currently i can't on this global ROM, but it maybe an android issue, i've created another thread on this topic.
    Unfortunately I do not know the answer to your question, I am using stock firmware and not a supporter of "localized" ones.
    Disabling optimization was hidden with the last update, and this is not a panacea, I agree with you.
    I found it interesting if the AOD version is 2.4 or 2.6, that is, the choice is "always on" or "on schedule", since version 2.7 this function has disappeared.
    APK files were taken on apkmirror, if you manage to downgrade the version of the AOD application without root, then you can try to install and see how it works..

    Ps. Unfortunately, if you just update at the top of the application, it will work until the reboot, after the reboot all changes disappear and the version becomes 2.9 again. ((
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    Ok, so not being able to set AOD to always or scheduled is not a bug then?? I've read somewhere that with the last update this bug was fixed (Indian version), can someone confirm? How abot Xiaomi.eu ROM - is it that hard to activate this feature? I mean it has AMOLED screen, why not...
    IMHO, i consider this as a bug. From the name itself, ALWAYS ON DISPLAY, it is supposed to be displayed all the time as users wish to, but the MIUI optimization restricts its purpose.

    Well, hopefully if the latest version rolls-out to us, this bug is already been resolved.
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    Has anybody experienced or discovered that Redmi Note 10 AOD doesn't stay as intended? Supposedly to stay On Always but after few seconds after locking the phone, the AOD switches off.
    Try this:
    Developer options - disable Miui optimization.