Dark is a very helpful feature on our phone especially if you care much for your eye. It helps in saving your battery and many other benefits. In this article, I am going to show you how you can enable dark theme on your any of your Samsung Galaxy phone.
Before we start, make sure your Samsung Galaxy phone is running on Android 9 or higher version of android. Also ensure your Samsung One UI is updated.
Once you meet up with the requirements above, you are good to go.
How to Enable Dark Theme On Samsung Galaxy Phone
There are basically two ways you can use and enable dark mode on your Galaxy phone running the latest One UI.
1. Through Display page in Settings app
2. Through quick settings page
Through Display Page In Settings App
- Go to your settings App
- Locate Display
- Click on it
- Locate Night Mode or Dark Mode
- Tap on the toggle to enable it
Through Quick Settings Page
This is the easiest method you can use and enable dark theme on your phone.
Just swipe down twice to show the Quick Setting page in full, then tap on the three-dot menu button and choose “Button Order.” From there, drag the “Night Theme” tile to your desired location, then hit “Done” on the lower right corner.
How To Enable Dark Theme With Third Party App On Samsung Galaxy Phone
If you wish to use a third party app to enable dark theme on your Samsung Galaxy phone, there is an app that can do that for you and it us called Hex Installer.
This app allows you to tweak every bit of One UI to your liking, including within some third-party apps and it doesn’t require root access or running ADB commands from your computer.
Hex Installer takes advantage of Samsung’s pre-installed high contrast theme. Once set up, you can use the app to customize many parts of it, like colors and fonts used on homescreen and lockscreen, the notification shade, Quick Settings, and Samsung’s first-party apps. After a rather complicated device restart process required to apply your tweaks for the first time, you should be all set (and you won’t have to restart your device after every subsequent theme change).
One cool feature of this app is that some third-party applications like Instagram, Gmail, Snapchat, and the Play Store will respect your settings as well, with more planned. This app is not free though but I think it worth it. It costs just $1.99
That’s it on enabling dark theme, which method do you prefer to use, let us know in the comment section and don’t forget to share this article.