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S10e AOD Screen too dim / font off-white

(Topic created on: 23-06-2020 10:25 AM)
dabiker68
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Hello, 

My AOD screen is extremely dim when displaying the clock, and the colour of the font is far from being basic white (greyish undertones). 

 

I have turned auto-brightness on/off, manually adjusted brightness from both within the settings and double tapping the AOD screen. I have also adjusted the clock style and color within the appropriate menu. Upon the recc of an online Samsung Rep, I also did a full set factory reset, which made no difference.

 

Anyone have any off the beaten path ideas? 

 

Brian. 

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ChrisM
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Hi @dabiker68 

 

Have you tried changing the colour of the clock display?

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dabiker68
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@ChrisM wrote:

Hi @dabiker68 

 

Have you tried changing the colour of the clock display?


I have. There is no true white color, unfortunately. Twelve colors, no white, no color picker. Screenshot_20200624-105925_Always On Display.jpg

 

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kiyap
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I have the same issue but can't find anyone with a solution.  It's not adjusting to ambient light because it's way too dim even in the dark.  In addition to all that you've tried, I've tried turning off power-saving mode, adjusting all kinds of accessibility options, even turning off facial recognition because I read elsewhere on the web that AOD didn't work right with the face widget.  Nothing helped.  It's so dim as to be almost unreadable in the dark.  It's clearly a bug that only occurs with a certain combination of settings, I just wish I knew which ones.

Anyone else have suggestions?

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