For a number of Galaxy devices, Samsung has released the One UI 6.0 upgrade, which is based on Android 14. The South Korean tech giant has also included many new features and design changes with the updated software. But it appears that there are a few problems included in the most recent version of the Android skin.
Users allege that OLED screen devices lack burn-in prevention with the One UI 6 upgrade. Although the One UI 6.0 software adds new functions and makes modifications to the user interface, certain models have problems with the screen’s yellow tint and lack of burn-in prevention.
After downloading One UI 6.0, several Galaxy customers reported that their phone’s screen was starting to display a yellow tint. The issue was first reported by the source, SamMobile, that there are several users who are reporting the yellow screen flaw and also stated some fixes regarding it. But the affected users can take a rest assured breath as this is not something related to hardware; the issue tends to be a software issue. Samsung’s Eye Comfort Shield function and Android’s built-in Night Light feature appear to be at odds, which might explain the yellow tint on Galaxy phones.
The team is aware of the issue and is preparing to provide a software remedy shortly, as per a notable disclosure made by a corporate executive. As of now, to get rid of this issue, the founding source has shared some steps with the affected users,
- Downloading and installing the Nova Launcher software from the Google Play Store on your Galaxy smartphone
- Navigate to Settings -> Apps -> Select Default Apps -> Nova to make it your device’s default app launcher.
- After that, go to the home screen, and your device should launch the Nova launcher.
- To open a pop-up, long-press any vacant space on your home screen. Navigate to that menu by swiping from the bottom of the screen. In the first row, the Nova app displays its widgets. Pick a widget to drag and drop onto the home screen from the Activity row.
- At this point, a brand new screen named Activity shows up. Once you reach the “Settings” option, scroll down and click it.
- Select the “Settings$NightDisplaySuggestionActivity” entry from the drop-down list. It’s hard to find because the activity’s name is printed in tiny type beneath the Settings sub-header.
- Your phone’s home screen should now display the Settings button, which has a moon-shaped symbol. When you tap on it, the Night Light screen appears.
- Turn off the “Use Night Light” toggle on the lights. Moreover, confirm that none is selected for its timetable.
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