Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, A51 Hide notifications and content on lock screen

 When you receive notifications such as WhatsApp messages, SMS, missed calls, etc. on your Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, A51 smartphone, they are displayed on the lock screen.

You will receive a small message preview, which shows you the first text components or the name.


This is useful, but it also allows anyone else to see who is writing messages to you and what the content is. Depending on how sensitive the messages or contacts are, this may be unwanted.

That's why we want to explain in this article today how to hide and not show notifications and content on the lock screen on the Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, A51. Proceed as follows:

Hide contents of notifications on lock screen

To do this, please open the settings from the start screen and then navigate to "Lock screen". Next, select "Notifications".

In the middle of the page you will now find the option "Hide content". Activate the slider and you will see in the preview above that now the content text of a notification is no longer displayed.

If you want to deactivate the notifications completely, then you must set the slider in this menu to inactive at the top of the screen. This will result in no more notifications being displayed on the lock screen of your Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, A51.

You now know the settings to deactivate the notifications on the lock screen on the Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, A51 or to hide the contents of it.


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Manuel has been involved with technology for more than 15 years, especially with mobile phones, smartphones and PC systems and shares his passion here in this blog. If he can help someone with a technical problem, he is especially happy about it.