How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI?

Samsung upgrades its user interface with the launch of One UI which is a highly simplified, friendly user interface that brings everything that you need at your disposal. The UI is natural, smart, informative and capable of giving you access to every option even while using phones with larger screen sizes so that’s not a problem either.

Samsung One UI lets users automate a lot of features may it be the refresh rate as it is being speculated to arrive with Samsung Galaxy S11 i.e. from 60Hz to 120Hz. Similarly, it has Bixby Routines which is another powerful feature that automates stuff that you want. Still, there are plenty of aspects on your Samsung Galaxy smartphones that you can manually or automatically setups such as Blue Light Filter, DND, and Night Mode where all three are extremely important and helpful features.

How to automate Blue Light Filter, Night Mode, DND using Samsung One UI?

To simplify the guides related to the trio, we have separated it into three easy to follow how-to guides that will make a lot of sense since it is possible that you only need a single feature and not all at once.

How to automate Blue Light Filter using Samsung One UI?

Blue Light Filter reduces the amount of harmful blue light that smartphone displays emit. The blue light can cause suppression in the production of a sleep-inducing hormone called melatonin which is why using the phone just before sleeping is not recommended.

How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI


Step 01: Drag the notification/status bar below to open all the shortcuts on your Samsung Galaxy device.
Step 02: Check out the second icon ‘Blue Light Filter’ and long press on it for a few seconds to open the Settings.

How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI

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Step 03: Here, you can select the opacity of the Blue Light Filter by toggling the scroller.
Step 04: Tap on Details located on the bottom left.

How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI
Step 05: Select ‘Turn On Now’ to manually control it and toggle it again to disable it.
Step 06: The second open allows users to schedule it i.e. either from ‘Sunset to Sunrise’ based on your timezone or ‘Custom Schedule’ that you can set up on your own.

How to automate Night Mode using Samsung One UI?

The Night Mode on Samsung One UI gives a darker theme when night rolls in which is what makes using the phone comfortable at night.

How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI
Step 01: Drag down the Status Bar on your Samsung Galaxy device and long press on ‘Night Mode’.

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How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI
Step 02: Tap on ‘Details’ to view other options underlying the feature.

How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI
Step 03: Here, you can either select ‘Turn On Now’ for manual setup and toggling it again will disable it manually.
Step 04: The second option is for scheduling where the users can either select to turn on Night Mode from ‘Sunset to Sunrise’ based on your timezone.
Step 05: Tap on the ‘Custom Schedule’ to automatically turn on and turn off Night Mode at your scheduled time.

How to automate DND using Samsung One UI?

DND mode or Do Not Disturb feature is what suppresses any notifications, alarms, alerts, and calls among others that keep users sane as it prevents them from hearing buzzes from the phone when not required.

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How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI
Step 01: DND or Do Not Disturb service on your Samsung Galaxy device with One UI is available on the Status Bar where you need to long-press on the DND icon to option the options.

How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI

Step 02: Click on ‘Details’ to view other related options.

How to automate Blue light filter, Night mode, DND using Samsung One UI
Step 03: here, you can tap on ‘Turn On Now’ that’ll manually set it up and toggling it again will turn it off right away.
Step 04: Next is to schedule where you can the exact time and days you want the feature to be active.
Step 05: Tapping on ‘Allow Exceptions’ will open a new window that should carry a plethora of other features and controls that you can tweak to get a favorable outcome.

These were the how-to guides on automating the trio i.e. Blue Light Filter, Night Mode, and DND on your Samsung Galaxy device running on Samsung One UI.

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