How to Get Night Shift on Android 7.0 [No Root Required]
Earlier this year an awesome app named Flux was developed for iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS. The app tinted your screen a warmer color so that the bright blue or white of the screen didn’t keep you awake longer than necessary. It’s also pretty great for when you have to look at your screen in low light. The app was exceptionally popular, so much so, that the feature it added was made a part of iOS.
Make sure you’re running Android 7.0. This app will is not built for older versions of Android.
Step 1. Enable System UI Tuner
Open the Settings app, scroll down to About phone, and tap the build number seven times. Next, pull down the notifications panel and tap and hold the cog wheel button until your device vibrates or the cog wheel starts spinning. That’s all you need to do for now.
Step 2. Install Night Mode Enabler and launch the app.
Step 3. Tap the ‘Enable night mode’ button and you will switch to the System UI Tuner screen.
Step 4. Turn the switch On and your screen should automatically be tinted an orange shade.
If turning the switch on doesn’t do the trick, tap ‘On’ instead as indicated in the screenshot below.
If you enable the ‘Turn on automatically’ option, night shift will be enabled automatically at sunset and disabled at sunrise.