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HOW TO ENABLE TWITTER LIGHTS OUT ON ANDROID

HOW TO ENABLE TWITTER LIGHTS OUT ON ANDROID


In the wake of turning it out for the Alpha rendition of the application a week ago, Twitter has now begun revealing the AMOLED-dark 'Lights Out' dim mode for everybody on Android. 

How to enable Twitter Lights out on Android

How to enable Twitter Lights out on Android

Try not to mistake this for the dim mode that has just been accessible for Twitter clients. The current one, called Dim, is a blue/dark topic, which can be activated naturally dependent on dusk. Be that as it may, 'Lights Out' makes the setting of the application pitch dull. 

With AMOLED screens getting increasingly basic in cell phones and tablets, clients began to request a "genuine dark option for the Dim dull mode on Twitter. Tuning in to the clients, Twitter revealed the 'Lights out' mode to Twitter Web and iOS prior this year, and now the rollout to Android has started. 

How to enable Twitter Lights out on Android

How to enable Twitter Lights out on Android

While, till now, the Dim mode has defaulted, Twitter presently defaults to Lights Out when turning on dim mode. On the off chance that you incline toward Dim, you can change the 'Dull mode appearance' in the application's settings.

How to enable Twitter Lights out on Android

On the off chance that you look through the tweet by Twitter about the rollout of Lights Out on Android, you will see that a ton of clients has grumbled that regardless of refreshing their application to the most recent variant, they can't change to the new dull mode.

9To5Google, however, has found a way to activate the feature manually, we have tested it and it seems to work, that's how it works:


How to enable Twitter Lights out on Android

How to enable Twitter Lights out on Android

  • Step 1: Make sure you are updated to the Twitter app version 8.18.0.
  • Step 2: Once updated, “Force stop” the Twitter app by heading to Settings, see your list of installed apps, select Twitter, then choose Force stop.
  • Step 3: Remaining on the same settings page, open the 'Storage & cache' page for Twitter, then choose 'Clear storage'.
  • Step 4: Now get back to the Twitter app, and immediately head to the Settings app again and “Force stop” the app for a second time.
  • Step 5: Now, open Twitter and toggle the dark mode on. You should now have Lights Out enabled on Twitter for Android.

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