The Galaxy Note 10+ is the pinnacle of Android hardware. You will not find many phones with a better combination of specifications and design. But you may not like the software . Even with One UI on board, some users still want a more "up-to-date" appearance.
Thanks to apps from third-party developers and Google, we can change the look of the Galaxy Note 10+ so that its software appears to be on Android. This method will not change your ROM so that your phone does not actually become to pixels. After these steps, however, you will receive a solid copy. While this article focuses on the 10+ grade, all of the steps also work for the Grade 1
Step 1: Design Your Galaxy Note 10
Samsung is one of the few OEMs to have a system-wide theme engine. You can change the appearance of the lock screen, the home screen, the phone app, the notification shadow, the settings, and much more.
First, open the Galaxy Store app. Tap the search bar and enter "Pixelize". Before starting the search, select "Topics" directly below the search bar. At the time of writing there are two free options: "Pixelize" and "PixelizeD". The latter is a dark version based on Android 9 Pie (not pure black, but dark gray). The former uses a white background.
Select the desired one and tap "Download". Then choose "Apply" and in the "Apply" popup. Now return to the home screen to see the changes. With this one theme will be your icons, settings, notification shadow and more pixel-like. It's far from perfect, but far better for Android than the standard UI design.