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Samsung One UI 2.5 Tips: How to enable and customize Dark Mode on the Galaxy Note 20

Dark Mode is a feature that is very popular across different Samsung smartphones and helps users to use their smartphones for prolonged hours and minimizes the effect of blue light coming from your phone’s display.

With One UI 1, Samsung introduced the system-wide dark theme called, Dark mode, which later received improvements such as Scheduling. One UI 2 brings an option of dark mode wallpaper and Samsung further improved this feature with the One UI 2.5.

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Not only Dark mode safeguards your eyes but it also gives your Galaxy smartphone a new dark UI that shines your user experience and helps you to read better on-screen content even in low light conditions.

Therefore, this guide will give you all of the information required to enable and customize the Dark mode in One UI 2.5.



How to enable Dark Mode:

Via Settings: Open Settings > Display > select on Dark.

Via Quick Panel: Swipe down from the top of the screen to open Quick settings panel > tap on the Dark mode icon to enable or disable.

How to customize Dark Mode:

Open Settings > Display > Dark mode settings:

Dark Mode Scheduling:

Tap on the switch of “Turn on as scheduled” > tap “Sunset to sunrise” to turn on Dark mode automatically in the evening and turn off in the morning.

Note: You’ll need to turn on the location to use this Dark mode schedule.

Custome Scheduling:

You can also choose a Custom schedule to set your own schedule for Dark mode. Tap Start time, select your desired time and then tap Done. Next, tap End time, select a time and then tap Done.

Apply to wallpaper:

Enable this option, to apply Dark mode on your phone’s wallpaper.

Adaptive Filter:

Tap on the switch of “Adaptive color filter”, to turn on the Blue light filter automatically between sunset and sunrise to reduce eye strain.

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