A rather interesting feature that remained in the Developer Previews of Nougat was the Night Mode, a yellow light filter that was activated at night. With this truquito you can have it on your mobile with Android 7.0 Nougat.
If you remember, it was long ago in the Developers Preview of Nougat a function that was the solution to the problem of not having sleep when we use the mobile at night. It was a nocturnal filter of yellow light that managed to reduce the blue light emitted by the screens of our mobiles and to be able to control the rhythms of sleep. It was a shame, since it was natively deleted in the final version. I did not like this decision, since I usually use the cell phone before bed.
But with this simple little trick you can have the Night Mode turned on in Android 7.0 Nougat. All you need is an app, a little exploring the settings and reveling in the night. Let’s go there!
Activate Night Mode in a simple way
You just need a mobile (obvious) and have Android Nougat. To begin, you must activate a setting called System Configurator UI that is activated by holding down the gear at the top of the notifications panel. With that activated, we move on to the next step.
Now, let’s go to the next step. You will need to download an app from the Google Play Store that we will put below. Quiet, it’s an app that has been tested and works perfectly.
But best of all comes when we go to the shortcuts panel and see if we give the “Edit” button to see what access can add, we realize that a new one has appeared: the Night Mode. With this shortcut we can activate this effect whenever we want and whenever we want. Great!