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Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Enable and Configure Color Adjustment in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

Samsung Galaxy S5 provides the users with various useful features, one of which is the color adjustment feature. This feature is designed for those of users who have difficulty to distinguish the colour or have difficulty to read the display because its colours. By enabling this feature, you will be asked to complete the initial color adjustment process and the phone will use the result to determine whether the colours of the display need to be adjusted or not.

How to enable and configure colour adjustment?
To get the best result, do the initial color adjustment process in an environment with normal indoor lighting so that you can distinguish the color well. You can enable and configure color adjustment by using the following steps:
  1. On any screen, swipe down the top of the screen to open up the notification panel.
  2. Tap to go to the settings menu.
  3. With the settings menu is displayed in grid view, scroll down to the Personalization section and then tap Accessibility .
  4. Tap Vision.
  5. Scroll down to find Color adjustment and then tap it.
  6. Slide the ON/OFF switch to the right to enable color adjustment.
  7. Tap Start button.
  8. Arrange the provided color tiles in order of similarity, starting from the fixed color on the bottom panel. Tap the color that is most similar with the previous one. If you have mistakenly selected the colours, you can re-arrange the colours that have been placed on the bottom panel by dragging and dropping them.
  9. Tap Done button. FYI, if you can distinguish the colours well, then the phone won't adjust the colours.
  10. If you can't distinguish the colours, tap Camera or Image.
  11. Slide the color adjustment bar to the left or to the right to fine-tune the color.
  12. Tap Done button.
  13. The colours have been adjusted and changed into more recognizable colours.
  14. For any reason, if you want to readjust the colours and start a new initial color adjustment process, long tap the Recent apps key or tap to open up the additional options and then tap Readjust colour.

FYI, I myself have enabled the colour adjustment feature and did the initial colour adjustment process. As the result, my phone told me that the color didn't need to be adjusted. So, how about you? Have you enabled and configured this feature? Did the colours on your phone need to be adjusted?


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