How to enable hidden screen modes in Samsung Galaxy S20 Series

Samsung released the Galaxy S20 line up consisting Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition). These devices are equipped with tons and tons of features.

Samsung Galaxy Flagships always have the best smartphone screen in the world and it is same for the new galaxy s20 line-up. From colour saturation level to deep black everything so great in these display panels.

By default, the smartphone comes with only two screen modes: Vivid and Natural. But actually, the Galaxy S20 series has a total of 5 screen modes, which can be enabled by following the steps described below.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

[Note: Some of the steps required to run ADB commands and for that ADB driver should be installed on your computer.]

Steps to enable hidden Screen Modes on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

Enable USB Debugging

  • On your smartphone, go to Settings -> About Device -> Software
  • Tab 7 times on Build number to enable developers settings
  • Now, Open developers option under Settings
  • Then, enable USB Debugging

Set Screen Mode to Natural

  • Head to Settings -> Display -> Screen Mode
  • Select “Natural” from the available options

Enable Hidden Screen Modes

  • Connect your smartphone with a computer using the USB cable
  • On your computer, open “Command Prompt” or “Window Powershell”
  • Type “adb devices” and press Enter
  • Allow debugging authorization on your Galaxy S20 Fe
  • Now, enter the command to enable hidden screen modes
adb shell settings put system screen_mode_setting 0
  • Replace the last digit “0” with “1”, “2”, “3”, or “4” to enable the following screen modes:

0. AMOLED Cinema, 1. AMOLED Photo, 2. Basic, 3. Natural, 4. Vivid

  • To apply the changes, Open Settings, Go to Display, Click on Screen mode, and then go back. That’s all.

[Note: To change the screen mode, you will need to enter the enter commands again.]


Vicky Kumar
Vicky Kumar
Vicky Kumar is a close follower of tech especially when it comes to smartphone. He is passionate to write about the new updates in technology. When he is not working, you'll find him watching cricket highlights or surfing the web.

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