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How to Customize/Change Edge Lighting in Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus
You can customize the color, thickness, and transparency of the edge lighting as you want.
- On the Apps screen, tap Settings
- On Settings, tap Display
- Tap Edge screen
- Tap Edge lighting
- Tap Edge lighting style
- Tap the color picker, select the color you want, and then tap
DONE. To adjust the thickness and transparency of the edge lighting, drag the WIDTH and TRANSPARENCY adjustment bar to the left or right.
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