Through the ahead tutorial, you can now setup Ultra Dark mode UI on your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Something that has grown over the time is, dark UI colors. Users now just love to have their smartphones setup to run darker colors as it looks more appealing. By deafult, Samsung Experience colors are quite bright but you can easily change that with this article. Speaking as a testament to the growing love of Dark Modes, Android P will ship with a built-in option that lets users shift to dark colors. Rather than waiting for the new Android revision, get ultra dark mode on your Galaxy S9 with the details ahead.
Stock Android OS still does not have Dark mode but some manufacturers, in their skin overlays, have provided their users with the Dark mode feature. Enabling the dark mode turns the device’s UI black. However, there are some compromises as not all of the user interface elements turn black. For example, the notification shade or the navigation bar are left out. This gives an unsatisfying feel to the end user. There many who does not know how to enable Dark mode on Galaxy S9 / S9+. So, with this guide you will be able to activate the Ultra Dark Mode on your Galaxy S9 / S9+
Even if all of the UI is covered then apps will still be left. So to make them dark to the only way is to install the custom ROM like LineageOS. But most users are not willing to root their phones. If you are one of those then keep reading ahead to turn on Ultra Dark mode without rooting your device.
Activate Ultra Dark mode on Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+ [No Root]
To activate the dark mode on your Galaxy S9/S9+ you should have the following:
1. You should be running Android 8.0 Oreo on your device.
2. Have the following apps installed:
3. You would need the following app installed on your computer:
Once you have the all of the above, open the Samsung Themes App on your device and download Black_Edition_V2 theme. To do so, simply search the name in Theme app. However, if you want to go all dark (Ultra Dark Mode) you have to follow the given instructions.
Step 1 – Connect your Galaxy S9 to the PC via data cable.
Step 2 – Now open the Andromeda on your device then check the box that says allow debuggable substratum builds.
Step 3 – Open the folder of Andromeda Client for PC and open start_andromeda.bat then press any key to continue which will turn the Andromeda app on your Galaxy S9 green.
Step 4 – Open the Substratum app on your device and tap on Swift Black Theme
Step 5 – From the different options in the drop down menu, select Android 8 Samsung and tap on next.
Step 6 – Tap on floating stack icon which can be found on the bottom right corner and select install selected.
Step 7 – Wait for overlays to built the all you have to do is to click on Install and wait for the app to be installed.
You should now have successfully activated the Dark Mode on your Galaxy S9 / S9+. Let us know how you like the new UI colors in the comments section ahead.