Can’t sleep? 

 

Me neither.. 🙁

 

I guess it’s probably the fact both you and I, we are reading this on our devices right now..

 

Then it’s probably time that we should start to enable Night Mode on our devices so that we don’t ever have to count sheeps again every time both you and I want to get ourselves to sleep …

 

I’ll show you how (and I’ll also explain why you should). 🙂

 

 

 

 

How to Enable Night Mode on Android 7.0 Nougat: 4 Steps 

 

 

1.  Enable Your System UI Tuner

 

Step 1:  All you have to do is just swipe down from on top of your screen to bring down your Quick Settings menu.

 

 

Step 2:  Got it? Alright. Now press and hold the little gear icon that you see to your top right hand side corner. Let go of it after for about 10 seconds.

 

Enable Night Mode on Android 7.0 Nougat

 

 

 

 

Step 3:  Once that’s done you’ll be brought to your Settings menu. You’ll also see a toast message saying Congrats! System UI Tuner has been added to Settings. 

 

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2.  Install Your Night Mode Enabler (It’s Free)

 

Step 1:  All that you have to do now is just install Night Mode Enabler app from your Google Play Store. 

 

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3.  Time to Enable Your Night Mode Enabler

 

Step 1:  Go ahead and open your Night Mode Enabler app that you’ve just downloaded. Then tap on Enable Night Mode in the middle of your screen. 

 

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Step 2:  Next, you’ll be taken back to your System UI Tuner (remember the one you got congratulated for earlier?). All you have to do is just toggle the switch at your top On. 

 

You can also here adjust some of the other Night Mode settings to your liking if you want. 🙂

 

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4.  You Can Add the Night Mode Setting onto your Quick Settings (Optional)

 

Once you have enabled Night Mode, it will automatically do its thing when the sun goes down.

 

If you want to control when you want and when you don’t want Night Mode enabled then you can add a Quick Settings tile for this which will make it appear whenever you wish to turn on your Night Mode. 🙂

 

Here’s how you do it,

 

Step 1:  Again, swipe down twice from the top of your screen to open your Quick Settings menu (exactly like you did in 1).

 

Step 2:  Got your Quick Settings? Alright. Next tap on Edit, and then scroll down your list until you find Night Mode.

 

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Step 3:  Found it? Great! Now all you have to do is just long press on the Night Mode icon, and just drag it and place it in your main settings at the top of your screen (its the dark gray area).

 

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Enable Night Mode on Android 7.0 Nougat

 

 

 

 

That’s it! 

 

Now you can tap to turn on or off Night Mode anytime you want and it won’t be automatic anymore. 🙂

 

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Can’t Add Night Mode to Your Quick Settings?

 

If you cant add Night Mode to your Quick Settings men then here’s what you do.

 

Step 1: Head over to your Quick Settings and then your Edit menu. 

 

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Step 2: Tap on that three dot menu button which is to your top right hand side corner and then select Reset.

 

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Step 3: Now try adding back your Night Mode button into your Quick Settings. 

 

It should work. 

 

 

 

 

 

Away into the Night.

 

The best part of actually enabling Night Mode, which according to countless research and tests (I’ll link to all the research and tests below in the Further Reading) is that it doesn’t interrupt with your Circadian rhythm. 

 

But wait … I hear this ALL THE TIME … tell me …

 

 

 

What is Circadian Rythm?

 

Both you and I, most of us, we might have heard of Circadian Rythm and think it’s just only our brain’s very own clock. 

 

Nope.

 

It’s way more beautifully complex than that.

 

 

 

 

 

Why do I see Orange (doesn’t that further make it look like day time?) 

 

Well, the thing is blue light that gets emitted from your screen has shown to have light frequencies in the spectrum that can interrupt your Circadian Rythm after sundown.

 

I know it’s weird. 

 

Which is why you see a tint of orange that further reduces the blue light to help you sleep better.  🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Further Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Share this guide with your family and friends and let them get a great sleep for once. 🙂