I purchased a brand new cellphone and the settings from my outdated cellphone have been transferred through the preliminary setup.
One setting was “Excessive distinction textual content” inside Accessibility settings. I want to deactivate this selection. The rationale I do not like it’s that astronomy packages with a “night time mode” (purple on black) settings show black textual content with a white define, and the white define destroys my night time -adapted imaginative and prescient.
My new cellphone, a Realme 5 – operating Android 9 with the customized layer “Colour OS 6” – would not have the excessive distinction textual content possibility obtainable in its settings. Apparently the following model of Colour OS does have this setting, however it’s not but obtainable for my machine in my nation.
Issues I’ve tried:
I’ve tried utilizing restore manufacturing unit settings to solely restore system settings, however that did not have an effect on the excessive distinction textual content setting.
I’ve tried operating
getprop | grep textual contentand seeking to see if there’s something related, however there is not.
I’ve tried deactivating the choice on my earlier cellphone, manually triggering a cloud backup, then utilizing Exercise Launcher to launch CloudRestoreFlowActivity, however it would not open.
The one associated query I can discover is that this one however it applies to Android 5, and it is protected and I am unable so as to add a solution.
(I am asking this query to self-answer, as a result of I’ve simply solved the issue myself and could not discover any legitimate options elsewhere: all the things assumes that this selection is offered in settings however it is not on my machine)