How to Enable Super Brightness on Galaxy S22


The Galaxy S22 phones are extraordinary in almost every way but one thing that I love the most about this phone is the display. Year after year, Samsung has been killing it with their displays and this time around, it's no different. It is vivid, crisp, and gets really, really bright. However, there is another way that will allow you to make your display super bright. Now, Samsung does not advertise it explicitly but if you are wondering how to enable super brightness on Galaxy S22, then this guide is for you.

If you want to go ahead and enable super brightness on Galaxy S22, the good news is that you will not have to jump through a lot of hoops. The process is super simple and straightforward.

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Now, it is important to understand that if you go ahead and enable super brightness on Galaxy S22, you will start seeing an increased battery drain because of the screen taking more power. If you are okay with this increase in power consumption, follow the steps ahead.

Step 1: On your Galaxy S22, open Settings. 

Step 2: Now go ahead and tap Display. 

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Step 3: Next up, you have to turn off Adaptive brightness. 

Step 4: Once you turn off the Adaptive brightness, you will get another toggle right underneath it called Extra brightness. Turn that toggle on and you are good to go.

That's it, you are done and you have successfully enabled super brightness on your Galaxy S22. However, if you enable this feature you will no longer be able to use adaptive brightness and the battery consumption will also increase but in return, you will get a much brighter display in return.

I am fully aware that enabling this feature will significantly increase the battery draw but the benefit here is that you will be able to enjoy the content with much better brightness and punchier colors.

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