The new “notch” design that can be found on Apple’s iPhone Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is known as Dynamic Island. You can find this design on both of those devices. Behind the elongated notch that is situated at the top of the screen is where the front-facing camera as well as the sensors used for FaceID can be found. The “dead space” that would ordinarily be located at the top of the screen can be replaced with notifications, alarms, or real-time information by Dynamic Island, which can display any of these things.
You can also set up the new dynamic island notch feature on your Android device.
Here are the steps you’ll need to follow to set up this feature on your Android device.
Step: 3 – The first option is to allow permissions for floating windows. To do this, choose option 1, which will take you to the setting for floating windows. There, look for the Smart Bird app and press “always” to allow access.
Step: 4 – The second option is to allow accessibility. Again, click the second option. This will take you directly to the accessibility settings, where you can click the Allow button.
Step: 5 – The Third option is to allow Bluetooth permission. If you choose the third option, a window will pop up and ask you to give permission. This is for the Bluetooth connection permissions for sending notifications.
As shown in the screenshot below, you can change the width of the notch, then activate it and save it.
For even more information, check out the video we’ve included below.