OnePlus 8: how to turn the camera hole into a battery indicator and notifications

The company run by Pete Lau has recently seen the release of its latest jewels: OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. Despite the first ones green screen problems on some devices (promptly resolved with an update), the brand boasts unprecedented build quality and software. We remember that OXYGEN (HydrogenOS in China) was chosen as the best custom skin by Master Lu. While waiting for the brand to launch new updates to further stabilize the system, here are the first signs of Customization real. We talk today about front camera and how to customize the rod that surrounds it.

With these two apps we can customize the ring around the front camera of OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro and make it work as always on display

Don't worry, there is no need to tinker too much. These are two simple applications to download that will allow you to transform the ring of the punch hole camera into one notification led or an battery indicator. These apps were created to find a patch to the lack of the always on display.

The first application we see is called Arc Lighting Notification Light Oneplus 8 / S20 / AOD and as you can see in the pictures (and understand by the name) it makes the camera ring a light that acts as a always on display. It can be further used to display battery status, charge status, notifications and many other events. Arc Lighting can be configured so that matches the background color of the app in which you are in a certain moment, since it can also be used with the screen on

The second app we see is called Energy Ring - General Edition!. This free app also allows you to use many functions. For example, the option that allows you to view the remaining battery is available and through in-app purchase you can activate theoption of a multicolor ring. Energy Ring also offers a number of animation effects to choose from that will be activated each time the device is connected to the power supply.

Via | XDA

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