Samsung Note 8 And Note 9: How To Fix Moving Background Problem

Some people who use the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9 for the first time, clueless about the parallax effect, look at the screen and see that the background moves. They think it’s a problem with it or, in any case, find it very strange and unnecessary, which is why they ask how to fix the moving background problem.

Truth to be told, this isn’t a problem but a well-intentioned feature that the manufacturer set as default with any Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or Note 9. Whether you like it or not, if you find it weird or amusing, it’s your problem. If you are just concerned about the use of resources, we will have to ease your worries by telling that these resources are not high at all.


The parallax effect works with the accelerometer and the gyroscope, it is active, like already mentioned, by default, and it cannot be deactivated – that’s right, that’s why we said it is your problem..

It doesn’t look like good news, especially if you are one of those people who seem to believe that the illusion of a 3D Home Screen is not cool. The only good news that we have recently spotted, however, is that some users noticed that this effect stopped working after a software update. You could also try doing the same – there’s no actual setting that will fix the moving background problem on Samsung Note 9 and Note 8, but the next Android version update could fix it for you!

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