Do you want to know how to enable Dark Mode on your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G for Google messages, Phone app and settings app? Turning on System-wide Dark Mode on Samsung’s OneUI 2 or OneUI 3 version, will also enable a dark mode effect system-wide and also on wallpaper as well.
Phone: Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
This below tutorial supports the OneUI 2 and OneUI 3 version which has the native android Dark Mode settings. As this mode makes the whole theme of Galaxy S10 5G dark for night time reading. So this mode can also be called as Night Mode for better eye comfort.
How To Enable Dark Mode on Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
To enable dark mode do the following steps on your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G one by one.
Step 1: On your Galaxy S10 5G, Open the settings application by going to notification panel and tap on the settings gear icon on the top right.
Step 2: Now search for the Display option on the settings page and tap on it.
Step 3: Now Choose the Dark mode option at the top of the screen like the screenshot below.
Step 4: Now the dark mode will be enabled on your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Device and you will see dark theme in Messages and phone app as well.Step 5: That’s it you have successfully enabled dark mode for all the apps and system wallpaper on Galaxy S10 5G.
How To Disable Dark Mode on Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
To disable dark mode follow the above Steps but choose the Light mode instead of dark mode on the Step 3. This will disable Dark mode and enable the default light mode on Galaxy S10 5G device.
I hope you were able to enable the dark mode or Night Mode on Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone using our tutorial.
Also, let us know your valuable comments below in the comments section if you have any issues with Dark Mode on your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G device.
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