Not all the phones get dark mode, you are lucky to get the dark mode with the latest Android 10 and One UI 2.0 firmware on Galaxy S20, S20Plus, and S20Ultra. The Samsung S20 lineup is packed with Android 10; following the immense functions of Android 10, here we present a short tutorial on how to enable system-wide dark mode on Galaxy S20Plus. From default apps to the dark mode compatible third-party applications like WhatsApp, Instagram, and Google Apps, you’ll be able to use dark mode across the apps.
Indeed, to use the dark mode efficiently, Samsung has comprehended an option to schedule dark mode, Adaptive color filter and Apply to wallpaper. Dive into the tutorial to learn how to activate dark mode on Galaxy S20.
Turn On Dark Mode on Samsung S20, S20Plus, S20Ultra
It’s no hard to enable dark mode on Samsung phones, doing so, will turn your phone dark including all the pre-installed apps and dark mode supportable apps like Google Drive, Instagram, and more.
- Go to the Settings app on your Samsung.
- Tap on Display.
- Select Dark.
How to Schedule Dark Mode on Galaxy S20, S20Plus, S20Ultra
Perhaps if you don’t like Dark Mode to use in a bright environment, but also don’t get messed up with settings app every night to enable dark mode, then here’s how to schedule dark mode on your Galaxy S20Plus, S20, S20Ultra.
Scheduling dark mode on your phone will automatically turn on dark mode from sunset to sunrise while leaving the dark mode off in daylight.
- Open Settings on your phone.
- Go to Display.
- Tap Dark mode.
- Switch On the Turn on as scheduled.
Enable Dark Mode Your Galaxy S20 from Notification Bar
An alternative way to use dark mode is to find the crescent moon icon from the notification bar and tap it on. It’s way better to find the dark mode icon in the notification bar rather than going through the long-haul procedure.