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Yellow Screen

(Topic created on: 17-02-2022 01:42 AM)
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Juice214
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Has anybody has this problem where there's this slight yellow tint on the S9 after the pie update? I checked my settings to make sure the blue light filter is off.

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Pinksue13
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Doesn't work for me either. I hate this thing that came with the update... It's something they are forcing us to have.. so over the ***** control thing.

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Pinksue13
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That's nice but I'm American and speak English

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SigmaOmega87
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Did you try downloading the e-reader app and changing it on there? That worked for me.

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ChrisSchuller
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I had a yellow tint on my screen after syncing all my Google data from my previous phone. I found out that Google's Android provides a blue light filter and Samsung also provides a separate application for that (eye comfort). I had a blue light filter active during night time on my previous phone. After syncing to my Samsung phone, this setting stayed intact. That's why (during night time) my phone had a yellow tint that was very annoying. There is 2 possibilites to solve this problem. Either go back to your last phone and turn off the blue light filter and re-sync your new phone or try to find the google application that is responsible for the blue light filtering and try clearing all data (cache and memory of the application). I think there was also a video on youtube that is showing you how to achieve this. Hope this helps someone. I had to figure it out the hard way. :smiling-face:

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