Android P

The beta version of Android P3 beta is now official, and although there is no radical change from the previous version, there is a feature that can be highlighted is the dark situation, we are here to tell you how to manually enable it, Pixel works on the latest available version of the Android P beta. Google told us this was coming in mid-June, and now that that day has finally arrived, we’re here to tell you just how to enable it. Assuming you do this, turning on manual mode is very simple. Here’s how:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Press the display.
  3. Click Advanced.
  4. Scroll down and click the device theme.
  5. Press the dark mode.

By default, the device attribute is set to Automatic on a background basis, as we have since the Pixel 2 appeared last October, however, with this latest version of Android P Beta, you can switch the dark setting or lighting manually regardless of your screen wallpaper .

The appearance of your device also changes the appearance of your apps, the Quick Settings panel, your Google Feed page, the layout around the Google search bar, app shortcuts when you view recently opened apps, and pop-ups at the power level or volume level.