Are you facing yellow screen issue on your Samsung Galaxy phone running One UI 6.0?

Samsung is about to complete the Android 14 rollout for the Galaxy devices. While the One UI 6 software comes with new features and user interface tweaks, some models are facing issues like Yellow color tint on the screen and missing screen burn-in protection.

Some Galaxy users complained that their Yellow tint has started to appear on their phone’s screen after installing One UI 6. Seeing the problem, consumers get disappointed, but get peace of mind after knowing that it’s not a hardware failure, but a software glitch.

It looks like the Yellow tint appearing on Galaxy phones due to a conflict between Android’s built-in Night Light feature and Samsung’s own Eye Comfort Shield feature. Notably, a company official disclosed that the team is aware of the problem and working to provide a software fix soon.

Meanwhile, there’s a temporary solution making you able to address the Yellow tint problem. Simply, follow the steps given below:

  1. Get Nova Launcher from the Play Store and set it as the default home screen launcher.
  2. Now, jump to the home screen and long press on any empty area to access the Nova app’s widgets.
  3. Select a widget from the row called Activity, drag it, and drop it on the home screen.
  4. You need to visit a new screen called Activity and find an entry called .Settings$NightDisplaySuggestionActivity.
  5. Once done, you will get a button called Settings with a moon-shaped icon on home screen.
  6. Tap on it, and you can find a screen called Night Light, simply, disable the ‘Use Night Light‘ toggle.