Night mood

Enable Samsung Dark Theme.

Thanks to Samsung's One UI, now we can already experience that Android 9.0 pie has to offer the flagship Galaxy device like Note 9, S9 and S8. Perhaps one of the best features for which we are doing everything is a system-wide dark theme that provides a custom look without using a third-party theme to many apps and UI elements.

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Unlike the dark theme options found on pixels in Android 9.0, it's really simple to implement a night theme found within Samsung's new Forest UI (previously known as the Samsung Experience). Go to the "Display" page in the Settings app, then tap on the toggle next to "Night theme" to enable or disable the feature.

samsung dark theme option

There is also a toggle for the night theme on the Quick Settings page for quick access. To try it out, swipe down twice to fully reveal the Quick Settings page, then tap the three-dot menu button and select "Button Order". From there, drag the "Night Theme" tile to the place you want, then "done" on the lower right corner.

Samsung navigation menu

If you don't have Pie on your Galaxy yet, you can check out how the dark theme looks in various apps and menus with the screenshot galleries below.

dark theme

How to enable dark mode on Samsung Galaxy phones with One UI (Android 9 Pie)?

  • Goto your Mobile phone's Settings.
  • Scroll down and Click on Display.
  • Look for Night mode and tap on the toggle to turn on Night mode right away.
  • To configure Night mode, tap on the entry itself rather than the toggle.
  • You can set Night Mode to come on automatically on a custom schedule, or let it come on from sunset to sunrise.
  • For easier access to Night mode, you can also add a quick toggle in the notification shade.
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