By default turned off the blue light filter on Samsung Galaxy Note 9. You can turn on a blue light filter (Night Mode) on Galaxy Note 9 under display settings. Use the blue light filter at night to look at your screen easily or read in dim light and sleep better. Also, set a schedule to automatically activate a blue light filter on your Samsung Note 9. To use sunrise to sunshine, the location needs to be turned on in your Note 9. Follow the below-given step by step process to enable and use a blue light filter on Galaxy Note 9.
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How to Turn On Blue Light Filter on Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Let see a complete guide to enable the blue light filter/Night Mode on note 9 and set schedule time to automatically turn on in your device.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Settings gear icon.
Step 2: Tap Display.
Step 3: Tap the Blue light filter.
Step 4: Turn on toggle to activate blue light filter on galaxy Note 9.
You can also increase or decrease blue light filter opacity in your Samsung galaxy devices. Also, turn on the schedule in your device.
Step 5: Toggle on “Turn on as scheduled” and choose from Sunset to sunrise or Custom schedule.
In a custom schedule, you can set start time and end time to automatically enable the blue light filter on Galaxy Note 9.
Step 6: Tap Start time and set time.
Step 7: Tap End time and set time.
When the blue light filter turns on in your device, your device screen looks like dim color. It will be automatically turned off at the scheduled end time.
Change Screen Mode on Note 9
These galaxy Note 9 features automatically optimize the screen color, saturation, and sharpness of your display. Adjust the colors of your display to change the appearance of white tones. By default Samsung Galaxy Note 9 screen mode set as the adaptive display.
Settings > Display > Screen mode > Adaptive display/AMOLED cinema (Video, Movies)/AMOLED photo/Basic
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