How to Enable or Disable Text Previews on Galaxy S10



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SMS messages are some of the most private information on your phone, so you should add an extra layer of privacy to your messaging application.

There are two ways to hide messages on the Galaxy S10 You can disable text message preview notifications on your lock screen and you can hide your messaging application completely, making it impossible for anyone with access to your Galaxy S10 to view your messages.

Enable or Disable Text Previews on Galaxy S10

Make sure your applications are updated, as the following steps apply to the latest version.



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  1. From a home screen, drag the cursor up or down in the middle of the screen to access the applications screen.
  2. These instructions apply only to the default mode and layout of the Home screen.
  3. Tap News.
  4. If you are prompted to change the default SMS application, press YES to confirm.
  5. Press the Menu icon (right).
  6. Tap Settings.
  7. Tap Notifications.
  8. Tap the Show Notifications button to enable or disable the icon.
    1. If enabled, configure the following items:
      • Tap the App icon to turn it on or off.
      • When enabled, a small dot appears on the App icon to indicate that you may have missed a notification.
    2. In the Categories section, select one of the following options :
      • General Notifications
      • News
    3. Select one of the following configuration options :
      • The options available may vary.
      • Notification style (Alert or Silent).
      • Sound
      • Press, then select the desired option (for example, Standard, Silent, etc.).
      • Vibrate
      • Press to enable or disable.
      • Apply Icon Badges
      • Press to enable or disable.
      • Lock the screen
      • Touch and then select the desired option (for example, Show Content, Hide Content, Don’t Show Notifications).
      • Ignore Do Not Disturb
      • Press to enable or disable.

Hide the Messages application completely by using a third-party app

There was a time when it was possible to install a third-party application on Android phones that allowed you to hide individual text messages, but you no longer waste time looking for it. Changes to Google’s application permission rules mean that applications can no longer access contacts or messages.

Conclusion

As you can see, Samsung offers you many possibilities to customize the lock screen and notifications. In this settings menu, you can see a preview of what these notifications look like. So you can make changes and get exactly what you want.

If you select the option to hide content, you will always see notifications and know that you are receiving text or email. The phone simply hides the content and preview from prying eyes. This provides extra security for those who need it.

https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S8/Text-message-pop-up-preview/td-p/119165



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