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Change the display brightness, time out and orientation.

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to:


• Access display options through Quick Settings 
• Access display options through settings
• Edit home screen display

Access display options through Quick Settings

Swipe down from the Notification bar with two fingers to access Extended Quick Settings.

: Select the desired option to enable or disable the display option. You can also select and hold certain display options to access their settings.

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• SCREEN BRIGHTNESS: Select and drag the Brightness slider at the top of the Quick Settings menu to the desired brightness level.
• AUTO ROTATE: Select the Auto-rotate icon. When enabled, Auto rotate will automatically rotate the device's screen orientation depending on how you are holding it. This feature is disabled on the home screen by default.

Access display options through Settings

1. Swipe down from the Notification bar with two fingers, then select the settings icon Settings icon.

2. Select Display

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3. Select the name of the desired display option to enable or disable. 

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• SCREEN BRIGHTNESS: Select Brightness level, then select and drag the Brightness slider to the desired brightness
• ADAPTIVE BRIGHTNESS: Select the Adaptive brightness switch.
• SCREEN TIMEOUT: Select Screen timeout > desired option.
• DARK THEME: Select the Dark theme switch.
• DISPLAY SIZE AND TEXT: Select Display size and text, then edit settings as desired.
• NIGHT LIGHT: Select the Night Light switch.
• DISPLAY REFRESH RATE: Scroll to and select Display refresh rate > desired option. A display refresh rate of up to 90 Hz is available.

Edit home screen display

From the Settings screen, select Wallpaper > navigate to and select the desired wallpaper > select the Checkmark icon then select the desired Wallpaper setting.

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