How to disable Adaptive Brightness Galaxy S10

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Annoying by adaptive brightness issues on galaxy S10 and S10 Plus One UI? You need to disable adaptive brightness galaxy S10, S10 plus and S10e Pie 9 devices. When turn on adaptive brightness on galaxy S10 plus, you’re device automatically adjust brightness in similar lighting conditions.

Several users reported Samsung galaxy S10 auto brightness not working issues on Samsung community. You can also manually adjust brightness to move the slider left to right in your Samsung S10 device. Follow below given step by step process to enable or disable adaptive brightness Galaxy S10.

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How to disable adaptive brightness Galaxy S10

First time adaptive brightness was introduced in Android 9 Pie devices to improve battery life to reduce screen brightness automatically. Check out below given settings to turn off adaptive brightness on Galaxy S10 plus One UI 1.1.

Step 1: Swipe down notification panel from top of the screen and tap Settings gear icon

Step 2: Tap Display

Samsung galaxy S10 display settings include brightness, Adaptive brightness, Blue light filter, night mode, font size & style, Navigation bar, screen timeout, accidental touch protection, touch sensitivity and more settings.

Step 3: Turn off Adaptive brightness toggle on Samsung S10 plus

After turn off adaptive brightness on android phone or tablet, you need to manually set brightness to fix galaxy S10 plus adaptive brightness issues.

Manually adjust brightness on Galaxy S10 plus, S10e and S10 Pie 9.0

Settings > Display > Brightness > Move slider left or right to decrease or increase brightness on galaxy S10, S10 plus and S10e

Change screen timeout on Galaxy S10 plus and S10 One UI

By default set sleep time in your Samsung galaxy S10 plus, S10 and S10e One UI 1.1 devices. You can minimize screen timeout using display settings to save battery life in your galaxy S10 devices.

Settings > Display > Screen timeout > 15 second / 30 seconds / 1 minute / 2 minute / 5 minute / 10 minute / 30 minute

After completed set time of inactivity, automatically screen is off on your Samsung galaxy S10 device.

We hope above given tip useful to disable adaptive brightness Galaxy S10 plus, S10 and S10e One UI. DO you have still any question regarding this tutorial? Tell us in below comment box. We’ll respond as soon as possible.

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