Samsung is aware of the problem and is committed to provide a software solution soon.
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Samsung has released the highly anticipated One UI 6.0 update based on Android 14 for various Galaxy devices, introducing new features and design changes. However, some users have experienced issues with this latest version of the user interface.
Users of devices with OLED screens report the lack of burn-in prevention with the One UI 6.0 update. Despite the new features and UI modifications, certain models suffer from issues with a yellow tint on the screen and the absence of the burn-in prevention feature.
Yellow spots and absence of the burn-in prevention feature.
After installing One UI 6.0, some customers noticed a yellow tint on their phone’s screen, suggesting it could be related to a conflict between Samsung’s Eye Comfort Shield feature and Android’s Night Light feature.
Samsung is aware of the problem and is committed to providing a software solution soon, according to statements from a corporate executive. In the meantime, we share a temporary solution for affected users, which involves installing Nova Launcher from the Google Play Store and configuring certain parameters to avoid the yellow tint.
- Download and install Nova Launcher software from the Google Play Store on your Galaxy device.
- Go to Settings -> Apps -> select Default Apps -> Nova to set it as the default app launcher for your device.
- After that, go to the home screen, and your device should launch the Nova launcher.
- To open a pop-up, long-press any empty space on your home screen. Navigate to that menu by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. In the first row, the Nova app displays its widgets. Choose a widget to drag and drop it onto the home screen from the Activity row.
- At this point, a new screen called Activity appears. Once you reach the “Settings” option, scroll down and click on it.
- Select the entry “Settings$NightDisplaySuggestionActivity” from the dropdown list. It’s challenging to find because the activity name is printed in small letters below the Settings subtitle.
- Your phone’s home screen should now display the Settings button, which has a moon symbol. When you tap it, the Night Light screen appears.
- Turn off the “Use Night Light” button in the lights. Additionally, confirm that none is selected for its schedule.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the the Spanish version