Samsung Galaxy phones are known for featuring the best smartphone displays. In the past couple of years, Samsung has bumped up the quality as well as the refresh rate. And Samsung phones come with different display modes to choose from. Galaxy S20 FE also has Natural and Vivid options to calibrate the display. But you can enable other hidden display options. Here you will know how to enable hidden display modes on Galaxy S20 FE.
Samsung released many flagship Galaxy devices this year. But Galaxy S20 FE is the most liked device because of its price to specs ratio. It lets you experience the features of a flagship device at an affordable price.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE features a big 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display. And its display also has a 120Hz refresh rate, the same as the main Galaxy S20 phones. The only downgrade in the Galaxy S20 FE is the FHD+ display with respect to the Galaxy S20 series. As it is a flagship device of 2020, it comes with an Exynos 990 processor. The Galaxy S20 FE also received the latest Android 11 update recently.
If you are an owner of this great device and looking for tweaks and guides. Then you are in the right place. Here we will share how you can enable different screen modes without rooting.
How to Enable Hidden Display Modes on Galaxy S20 FE
By default, the Galaxy S20 FE has two options for display modes Natural and Vivid. But as the device is capable of many other color combinations, you can try different hidden modes. It will let you change the saturation, color tone, sRGB, AMOLED Gamut, and more. You can switch between five different display modes on Galaxy S20 FE.
Display Modes can calibrate your device display to provide the best outcome as per your preference. Some users like cold colors whereas some users like warm colors. But with only two options you can not test enough combinations. And so this guide will help you to switch between five display modes on Galaxy S20 FE. This guide doesn’t need root access, so anyone can follow this guide. Let’s now get into the guide.
Steps to Enable Hidden Screen Modes on Galaxy S20 FE
Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy S20 FE
- Open Settings on your phone and head to the About Device > Software information section.
- Tap on Build Number seven times to enable developer options.
- Now go back to Settings and go to Developer Options.
- Enable USB Debugging in the developer options.
Set Natural Screen Mode
- Open Settings on your phone.
- Now go to Display > Screen Mode.
- Then select Natural from the available options.
- It is mandatory for enabling hidden display modes on Galaxy S20 FE.
Enable Hidden Display Modes
- Connect your Galaxy S20 FE with your computer using a USB cable.
- Now open CMD or PowerShell window on your computer.
- Then enter adb devices in the command
- After entering the above command, it will ask for debugging authorization on your phone. Allow the debugging and enter the same command again.
- Adb devices command will show the device id, which means your device is connected.
- Now to enable hidden screen modes on Galaxy S20 FE, enter the below command.
adb shell settings put system screen_mode_setting 0
- You can replace 0 with 1,2,3,4 to enable different screen modes as mentioned below.
- 0. AMOLED cinema
- 1. MOLED photo
- 3. Basic
- 4. Natural
- 5. Vivid
- After entering the command open Settings again on your phone. Then go to Display > Screen Mode and go back.
- That’s all, now you can enjoy the screen mode you want.
As per some users recommendations, AMOLED photo (1) mode seems to be the perfect mode. You can try it on your phone. This is an easy method for switching between different screen modes which are hidden by default.
To change these modes, you need to enter commands every time as it is not available as options in the UI.
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So there you have it, the guide on how to enable hidden screen modes on Galaxy S20 FE without root. If you want more guides related to Galaxy S20 FE, then stay connected to YTECHB. And for any queries let us know in the comment section.