How to Force Dark Mode on Non-Stock Apps on OnePlus device running Android Q DP3

This year in 2019, Google has announced Android Q (Android 10) version officially but it’s in beta mode currently and runs on Developer Preview stage. The Android Q brings so many unique and useful features than its predecessor Android 9.0 Pie on paper. It also brings most popular System-Wide Dark Mode to the whole interface where the system apps are capable to run in night mode. Google also moving towards its own apps like Calendar, Notes. Previously, Google has already brought the night mode on YouTube, Chrome Browser, Contacts, Phone app, Messages app, and more. There are a total of 21 devices which already got the Android Q DP update. OnePlus 7 Pro is also in the list. There are tweaks to update OnePlus 7 and 6/6T devices as well. Here in this article, we will share with you How to Force Dark Mode on Non-Stock Apps on OnePlus device running Android Q DP3.

If you’re using any OnePlus device which is running on Android Q Developer Preview 3 build then this guide is for you. As we already mentioned above that Android Q offers system-wide dark mode to the UI and stock apps. But what about the non-stock apps? Most of the Android apps are now support night mode. All the Google-powered apps, Facebook, Twitter, and some other popular apps are compatible with dark mode. But if in case, any of the third-party apps come with a light mode, you can easily fix it out.

How to Force Dark Mode on Non-Stock Apps on OnePlus device running Android Q DP3

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Steps to Force Dark Mode on Non-Stock Apps on OnePlus device running Android Q DP3

Here in this guide, we have shared a simple method to enable force dark mode on all non-stock apps on OnePlus devices running on Android 10 DP3 build. Follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. First, you need to enable Developer Settings on your phone. If you don’t know how to do it, follow the next step:
  2. Go to the device Settings menu > About Phone > Tap on Build Number for 7-times continuously. You’ve successfully enabled it.
  3. Now, go back to the main Settings page and find the Developer options.
  4. Open it and search for “Override force-dark” option.
  5. Simply Enable it.
  6. Enjoy!

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Now, you may have to reboot your device for once after the changes. Then check for the non-stock apps UI once again.

Hope this guide will help you a lot. In case, you’re facing any issue, feel free to write down in the comments below.

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