Smartphone screen display, usually influenced by the quality of the LCD panel used.
No wonder, if the smartphone is a good quality and has a fairly expensive price, it has a clear screen quality or LCD.
Unfortunately, as good as the quality of the smartphone screen, still have a risk of experiencing a problem, where the screen turns yellowish, brightness tends to fade, even appears blurry.
It is of course quite annoying.
For example, when used to watch a video, the colours on the image are displayed, which may be less appropriate to the colour.
Well, here's what we'll cover now.
Causes of smartphone screen change color and less bright.
Fortunately, this smartphone screen problem is blurry and discolored, most are only caused by system errors only. Precisely located in the color Temperature setting section.
The function of the setting is to adjust the color intensity of the smartphone screen.
Well, due to the lack of intensity of blue light, it appears the problem that we are discussing here, where the screen changes color to fade yellow.
The question is now, why can the color of the smartphone screen change, when the temperature setting just never opened?
The temperature setting is actually aimed at giving Convenience on smartphone users. Especially if the screen wants to be seen in a long time period.
Thus, the system settings have set the intensity of different colors that can change to adjust time, day and night.
So, it is very reasonable if the settings change without us knowing.
How to solve your smartphone screen blurry, no brighter, yellowish, or discolored other.
For how to handle it, of course we only need to reset the color temperature settings only. This solution is suitable for fixing the following issues:
The smartphone screen looks faded or blurry.
The smartphone screen turns yellowish.
The smartphone screen becomes brownish.
A reddish smartphone screen.
The smartphone screen is less bright.
More than that, the steps can also be applied in all Android smartphone brands. Like Xiaomi, ASUS, Samsung, OPPO, Vivo, Lenovo, Huawei, and others can be solved in a way that I will share here.
Here's the solution:
1. Through Android Live Display settings
In this setting, we can see and rearrangement the color temperature of the smartphhone screen, which is by changing the color temperature value.
1. Go to your Android smartphone settings.
2. Go to display.
3. Go to the LiveDisplay settings.
4. Then open again temperature setting in color.
5. Lastly, change the temperature value of day and night to more than 6000K.
After you have upgraded the settings, the screen will be much brighter, and the yellow color that had existed before will disappear.
The 6000K temperature is just my standard when setting this setting. You can also customize it to suit your needs.
In essence, the higher the temperature value, the more blue is also the color. But also note the comfort of your eyes.
2. Using BlueLight Filter Application
Setting color temperature, average can not be found on smartphones produced in the year of the advent of Android. Probably around the year 2016 down.
For that, here we can use an additional application. The one I recommend is the BlueLight Filter.
This application serves to set the blue light, which is roughly the same way it works like the discussion in the first bullet.
The steps are more or less like this:
1. Please first install the BlueLight Filter application.
2. Open the application if it is already installed.
3. Once opened, you just set the temperature there.
One of the advantages of this application is that the temperature setting is displayed via the icon in the notification panel. So, we can adjust it back anytime when desired.
3. Color recalibration
This is in addition. If the previous way is still not influential, it is possible that the problem lies in the
colour calibration setting.
Different from temperature, this calibration setting affects directly to smartphone screen. If the value is not equal, the screen will change to a specific color.
Follow these steps:
1. Open settings on your smartphone.
2. Then, go to display.
3. After that, find and open LiveDisplay.
4. In the Advanced column, open the color calibration option.
5. Set the color value to balanced (e.g. 100 – 100 – 100).
If it is, click OK. It's done.