Android 10 already has a dark mode, but some apps may take time to support the feature. However, that doesn’t mean you have to wait around till the apps you use add dark mode to the list of features. If you are using Android 10, you can force enable dark mode on all the apps. Here’s how to force enable dark mode on Android 10.
Force enable dark mode on Android 10
On Android 10, all you need to do is flip a toggle and all the app will be instantly run on dark mode. This means you do not need to enable it on each app you use or disable it on each app when you’re don’t use it. That is why this feature is so convenient. Follow the steps below to force enable dark mode on Android 10.
Step 1: Enable Developer Options
You will need a specific option to enable dark mode, and this option is only found inside Developer Options, which is hidden by default. If you’ve already enabled it, then you can skip to Step 2. If you haven’t enabled it, go to Settings > About Phone > Tap on Build number 7 times in rapid succession.
Step 2: Enable Dark Mode
Now go to Developer Option and find a setting called Override force-dark or Force Dark Mode. Tap on the toggle to enable it. This will force all apps to run in dark mode.
Some apps will work quite well with dark mode enabled, while some apps may have mismatched color schemes, icons, and fonts. All apps will turn dark but not all of them may look pretty. Open some apps that do not have support for dark mode and check out how they look. If the apps you use translate well with dark mode enabled, good for you. But if they look not so good, all you can do is wait for the developers to update the app with dark mode.