Ever since the iconic Galaxy S2, Samsung has been using an AMOLED panel for all their premium Galaxy devices. While AMOLED panels bring deep blacks and vivid colors, they can occasionally appear oversaturated. To help you make your Galaxy’s display perfect, Samsung offers an Adapt Display Screen Mode.Although all Galaxy devices come with this screen setting built into the software, the feature is hidden for some devices. If you have a Galaxy device that does not offer satisfactory colors, unlock Adapt Display Screen Mode and start tweaking right away.

Step 1: Download the More Shortcuts app

In order to discover and unlock the hidden setting on your Galaxy device, you need an app like More Shortcuts. Created by ChYK, this app essentially enables you to pull out all the apparent and hidden settings and features on your Android device and saves them as a shortcut.Adapt Display Screen ModeDownload More Shortcuts from the Google Play Store

Step 2: Unlock Adapt Display Screen Mode

Once you have installed the app on your Galaxy device, open it and tap on the “Activity” tab right on top of the screen. The next screen will ask you to “Pick activity”, from where you should scroll to Settings and select “ModePreviewTablet”.Adapt Display Screen ModeFrom the pop-up screen, simply deselect “Adapt Display” and reselect it to activate the mode. You will now be able to notice that the colors appear more accurate and there is no yellow tint to the whites anymore.Adapt Display Screen ModeNote: The Adapt Display Screen Mode will be deactivated automatically when your reboot your Galaxy device. However, you can activate it again by simply using the More Shortcuts app again.
Source: WonderHowTo

View Comments

Similar / posts

Quick Tip – How to unlock Adapt Display Screen Mode on Galaxy Devices

Quick Tip – How to unlock Adapt Display Screen Mode on Galaxy Devices

Quick Tip – How to unlock Adapt Display Screen Mode on Galaxy Devices

What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

Looks like you're using an ad blocker.

We get it: ads aren't what you're here for...

But ad revenue is our only way to manage this site. Without ad revenue we won't be able to continue to provide quality content and free firmware downloads.

Please disable your ad blocker or whitelist Updato.com in order to continue into Updato's ad-light experience.

Thanks for your support!