This post will teach you how to configure the blue light filter to automatically activate on the Galaxy Tab S6 as scheduled. Read on to view more detailed instructions.
Blue Light Filter and Its Uses
Filtering Blue light is imperative to help reduce digital eye strain and thereby prevents your eyes from feeling so tired. Prolonged exposure to blue light can result in the suppression of melatonin production in the body. When this happens, you will have a hard time getting a good sleep.
In response to this concern, smartphone manufacturers commit to roll out new devices with blue light integration. So, all users have to do is to activate this feature on their respective devices in order to keep their eyes protected from such harmful blue rays emission.
With the Blue light filter enabled, the amount of blue light displayed on the screen of the device will be reduced.
If you’re wondering how to access and manage this feature on the Galaxy Tab S6, I’ve mapped out these subsequent directions.
Easy Steps to configure blue light filter on Galaxy Tab S6
Time Needed : 8 minutes
Below are the actual steps of modifying the Galaxy Tab S6 display settings to make its blue light filter feature activate by itself when the specified time arrives. These steps are likewise applicable to other Samsung devices for as long as they’re running on the same Android version as that of the Galaxy Tab s6.
- To get started, swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to launch the Apps screen.
On the Apps screen, you will see different app icons and shortcut controls.
- Locate and then tap the Settings icon.
Doing so opens the main settings menu, highlighting the basic and advanced features you can turn on or off.
- Scroll down or up to view more items and then tap Display to continue.
The tablet's display settings menu will show up next.
- On this menu, you can see relevant settings and features including dark mode settings, brightness level, blue light filter, screen mode, and more.
To proceed with this demo, tap Blue light filter.
Another screen opens with the Blue light filter settings.
Here, you can find the switches to activate the feature right away or on schedule.
- To enable the feature right away, toggle to turn on the switch next to turn on now.
The screen color and appearance will then change as the blue light is already filtered.
- To activate the blue light filter on schedule, turn off the switch next to turn on now and then, enable the switch next to turn on as scheduled.
You may choose to enable the feature from sunset to sunrise, or set a custom schedule.
- To go for the latter, tap to select Custom schedule then change the start time and end time values.
The start time is the time when the blue light filter starts to activate and then end time is the time it deactivates or turn off by itself.
- Don't forget to tap Done after making necessary changes to both the start and end time.
This is important to ensure that all recent changes to the blue light filter settings are saved and applied.
- Android 10
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
If you wish to disable the feature, just repeat the same steps to get back to the display settings then access and modify the blue light filter configuration on your tablet.
splay settings then access and modify the blue light filter configuration on your tablet.
Alternative Solutions to Harmful Blue Light Emissions
Aside from the built-in blue light settings, Android devices like the Tab S6 also have other anti-blue light features that can be used when needed. One of these is the so-called dark mode or night mode feature.
Making use of these features is highly recommended especially in the evening to evade from any potential health risks from tab and smartphone radiation.
Third-party made screen accessories like screen protectors can also be used as alternative resources as they usually integrate a medically rated blue light filter. Using such screen protectors can therefore block blue light emissions while retaining the same crystal-clear screen quality and color of your device’s display.
And that covers everything in this quick tutorial.
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Hope this helps!
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