Big day for Galaxy S10 owners. Samsung has rolled out a new software update packing the dedicated Night Mode. It has been very long since the Galaxy S10 owners have been waiting for Night Mode. Samsung took a while, but finally, it has it there. As they say, it’s better late than never. In this guide, I will show you the steps to download Galaxy S10 Night Mode. By following the simple steps given in this guide, you can get Galaxy S10 Camera Night Mode right now. Before you get too excited for this Night Mode, let me share some details of this update.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Dedicated Camera Night Mode
While all other flagships today are coming with a super efficient Night Mode, Samsung has just deliberately ignored this segment. Google’s Pixel 3XL set new Night Mode standards and then the Huawei P30 set the bar high. Samsung, despite having the best flagship on the selves, lacked this very important feature. In an effort to tackle its competitors, Samsung released the dedicated Night Mode starting from Switzerland today. The OTA update comes with the April Security Patch and adds this Night option to the camera. Now apparently, this looks like very good news, but upon finding the details, I was disappointed too. Let me tell you why.
The Galaxy S10 phones already have a Bright Night Mode. When you capture photos in the Night, the Bright Night turns on and takes long-exposure shots. Now, this Bright Night Mode is also there on phones like Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A70. So what new Samsung has done basically or how its Night Mode takes over the Bright Night? Well, the answer is, Samsung has done nothing except for renaming the Bright Night as Night Mode and adding it as a dedicated option.
It’s just that you cannot access this mode on your own. It only pops up when you are taking shots in the Night or somewhere in the dark. Let’s suppose, you just want to take a long-exposure shot to add more light to a picture, you cannot simply turn on the Bright Night without having darkness around you. It means that you can add more light to your pictures at any given time of the day. The camera will now be working according to the way you want. It will definitely turn itself on in the Night, but then it’s going to be in your control.
If you are interested in adding the Night option to your Galaxy S10 right now, you just have to follow the simple steps given below.
Note: This guide will work for all models of Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10E.
Download Galaxy S10 Night Mode right now
Before following the manual update method, go to Settings > Software Update > Download and install. Your phone will now check the latest update. If it shows you an update with the April 2019 security patch, install it and you will get the Night Mode. If this works, you don’t need to follow the procedure given below.
- Galaxy S10 April Security Patch Firmware – Download [Enter your phone model number and find April Security Patch]
- Extract the firmware files to get AP, CP, BL, CSC, and Home_CSC files.
- Now follow this guide to install stock firmware on Galaxy S10.
- While installing the firmware, select AP, CP, BL, and Home_CSC file as we do not want to factory reset the phone.
- After installation, open the Camera App and you will find the Night Mode there.
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