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user4KFCg4DdXQ
Constellation

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?


@userUhLI8DLppHwrote:

@user5Mi4Km5AT  @BLU-BERRY-PIE You guys should try the solution given here.

There seems to be an issue with the Android Oreo's Night Light feature and the Samsung's Blue Light filter. A bug, I think. But once you disable the hidden-on-Samsung-devices Night Light feature, the display won't be Yellow-ish anymore. It will turn yellow-ish only when you switch on Blue Light filter.


 

THANK YOU!!  This solved my issue.  I already have and use (and love) Nova Launcher so that made it extra easy.

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useroNEDArIK62
Constellation

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?

@user4KFCg4DdXQ

Hi dear .

can you explain exactly what did you do for fixing this problem ?

Explain one by one .

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userIkydurbeiw
Astronaut

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?

Easy solution! 

To reach the hidden "off switch" of night light: 

 

Go to play books app, open a book to read, press on the letter Aa on the top right corner, switch off night light!! 

 

This problem was driving me crazy for a week! Since the update. 

Hope this will help someone! 

 

 

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userIkydurbeiw
Astronaut

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?

Easy solution! 

To reach the hidden "off switch" of night light: 

 

Go to play books app, open a book to read, press on the letter Aa on the top right corner, switch off night light!! 

 

This problem was driving me crazy for a week! Since the update. 

Hope this will help someone! 

 

 

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userSg85A2GGZ2
Constellation

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?


@user4KFCg4DdXQ wrote:

@userUhLI8DLppHwrote:

@user5Mi4Km5AT  @BLU-BERRY-PIE You guys should try the solution given here.

There seems to be an issue with the Android Oreo's Night Light feature and the Samsung's Blue Light filter. A bug, I think. But once you disable the hidden-on-Samsung-devices Night Light feature, the display won't be Yellow-ish anymore. It will turn yellow-ish only when you switch on Blue Light filter.


 

THANK YOU!!  This solved my issue.  I already have and use (and love) Nova Launcher so that made it extra easy.


Thank you  I used Nova Launcher and it worked like a charm  

 

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userEXAceN08Ln
Asteroid

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?

Where is this located?

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userWkWwjCETcM
Constellation

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?

This helped me tremendously. Simple fix for simple problem.
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user3ZfCLnsxV1
Astronaut

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?

Using method 2, I didn't find the "Night Light" feature in the list. Is It close to wich features?

 


@userUhLI8DLppH wrote:

@user5Mi4Km5AT  @BLU-BERRY-PIE You guys should try the solution given here.

There seems to be an issue with the Android Oreo's Night Light feature and the Samsung's Blue Light filter. A bug, I think. But once you disable the hidden-on-Samsung-devices Night Light feature, the display won't be Yellow-ish anymore. It will turn yellow-ish only when you switch on Blue Light filter.


 

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usergQfzSdKoJB
Constellation

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?

I had turned the night light mode on ON google ebooks. Fixed the problem once I turned it off. 

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useruPYBZt0qa2
Astronaut

Re: Yellowish tint on S9+ screen ?

I was having the same problem and after experimenting I found that if you go to setting and turn on the blue light filter and turn the opacity all the way up and then turn it back off it should fix the problem

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