Turn on Dark Mode in Android 10

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Enable dark mode in Android 10 by selecting the dark theme option from the settings app. Dark mode is also automatically enabled when the battery saver feature is turned on.

Android Q's dark theme applies to the full system UI, s well as any supporting applications. Dark mode significantly reduces stress on the eyes from prolonged blue-light exposure and makes it easier to see in low-light environments. When Android's dark theme is enabled, your device's battery usage will drop quite a bit. The majority of battery drainage is due to your device's display.

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In the following Visi tutorial, we'll cover how to switch back and forth between Android's dark and light themes.

For this guide, we used a Google Pixel running Android 10.

For iOS 13 users, check out our dark mode post.

Enable Dark Theme Android 10

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    From your home screen or app drawer, tap Settings.
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    Tap Display.
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  3. 3
    Toggle the switch next to Dark theme to turn it on.
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    To disable Dark theme, tap the toggle switch to turn it off.
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    Dark theme is also enabled when you go into Battery saver mode
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    Swipe down from the upper edge of your screen to access the notification panel.
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    Tap Battery Saver.
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Please note that enabling Dark theme this way also runs battery saver's power restrictions (background refresh, location, app content, etc.).

If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.

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