Many thanks in advance for considering my request!
After installing the program, I opened it up went to Always on Dispaly , opened it up then went to services , then chose Battery alert hide intent service and clicked it, to open it and at bottom of screen chose disable service then went to PluginAOD and opened it and chose disable service. and that was it. hopefully that helped.
Sorry but what is odb, seems like I should know but I do not or the letters are not helping me recall. Thanks
thank you for the workaround, I read about do the same using odb instead the app.
this is a totally unacceptable fail! any suggestions of using a bixby routine fail. the only thing that works is to turn the phone completely off and then start charging. Plus, i'm not sure if you opt to keep the phone open and charge having activated the featured to keep the screen closed when it is on a pocket or a pouch. i can only hope they come up with a patch for this very soon, or else our very expensive investment will go down the drain with screen burn
@pmjeterjr I downloaded CCSWE and disabled the services that you outlined. It does fix the problem, in a way... The charging/battery status no longer appeared on the AOD, however on my device it completely disabled the AOD... Which is something that I actually do use. I have it scheduled to turn off at night and turn back on in the morning. This service was completely disabled even though it appeared to be on when I looked in settings for lock screen--with no response when tapping it. I decided to re-enable all of these functions in the CCSWE app, but to no avail. I had to uninstall the app in order to regain the AOD functionality. I guess I'm just stuck with things the way they are, until Samsung decides to send us a patch to fix this oversight in the UI. I guess I shouldn't hold my breath, huh?
Thanks for your help.