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Samsung Galaxy S5: Auto Adjust Screen Tone Feature

By: Harold Hisona | Saturday, December 27, 2014

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a feature that automatically adjust screen tone. It analyzes on-screen images and amount of light in the surroundings to produce a more appropriate screen tone. The feature helps in saving up battery as well as make the screen soft to the eyes of the user.

For my readers who have been asking me why the screen of their phones change the level of brightness most of the time, it's either the Auto brightness that's causing that or this feature.

There are two ways you can enable this feature, continue reading for the tutorials:

Access Auto Adjust Screen Tone Via Settings


  1. From the top of the screen, swipe your finger to the bottom to pull down the Notification panel.
  2. Tap the Settings icon (cogwheel).
  3. Scroll to Sound and display section.
  4. Tap Display.
  5. Tick the checkbox next to Auto adjust screen tone to turn it on.

Access Auto Adjust Screen Tone Via S Finder


  1. From the top of the screen, swipe your finger to the bottom to pull down the Notification panel.
  2. Touch S Finder.
  3. Enter 'auto adjust screen tone' and tap the search icon.
  4. In the next page, under Settings section, tick the checkbox next to Auto adjust screen tone.
  5. The feature is now enabled.

I hope this short post helped you somehow. Feel free to leave a comment if you have questions, clarifications or problems with your phone.
 

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