You *are* missing something ... that AOD has been permanently removed by Google (instead of being only hidden) from Android 10, presumably for Face Unlock and such.
Where did you find this information? In the source code it seems to be still available.
Nope. It's not removed
Oh wow, OP creating and improving this module few times is "not caring" how exactly? If you don't like it, move on. There is no need to insult anyone sharing his/her work for free. If you can do it better, we all will be grateful if you share your own module.
Lol if you think this then go and make your own module and stop complaining here you dumb a**.
This is a magisk module that will enable Always on Display. This is confirmed to work on Android Pie on the Google Pixel (XL), however it will probably work for most devices.
The way this works is explained here. As you can see, it's super simple!
This also requires Magisk 17.0+.
To use it, simply flash it in Magisk Manager, then reboot. AOD will then automatically be enabled, and you can toggle it on or off in Display settings.
Happy Always on Displaying! :laugh:
Why can't you just try it? It's a magisk module worst case scenario you must delete the mod, no harm done.
Please try this modified AODEnablerv3 I created. All I did was let it install to system/product/overlay again but this fixed the flickering Issue I had on my Note 4 running Resurrection Remix 7.0.0I tried this module on my klte Galaxy S5 running LOS 16, and the option shows up and enables, but when AOD is active, it blinks on and off. Besides that, it seems to operate just fine. When I cover the top of my phone where the ambient light sensor is, it stays off.
Now, I know I'm running an older device without much hope for real AOD support, so I'm not asking you to fix my problem. But if you had an idea of what might be causing the blinking behavior, what would it be? My guess is something to do with the light sensor?