One of the most useful features of the Galaxy S9 is eye tracking function. Many users have a question about the eye tracking icon in the status bar of their smartphone. Though the technology is not new, several Galaxy S9 users still don’t know how to use it properly. The feature represents Smart Stay, and it means that it is active and as long as you are looking at your screen display, the light will not go off.
The eye tracking on and off at the interval; it is confirming to see may be or not you are looking at your phone screen. The feature makes use of your phone front camera, and what it does to check for a simple clue as to whether to stay activated if you are a focus on your phone screen and if not, it’ll shut off automatically.
How to Enable the Smart Stay Eye Feature on Galaxy S9
- Go to the app menua
- Select the Settings app
- Click on Display
- Browse for the option labeled Smart Stay
- Check the box by tapping on it
When you are through, the eye tracking icon will display on the status bar of your phone. By now it works perfectly well, but if it’s repeated turning on and off started frustrating you, you can quickly follow the same instructions to switch it off. If in the case your front camera damaged, we’ll also recommend that you should disable the feature to save some battery.