This section explains how to use the Colour correction feature in Android 12. This is a step-by-step guide with pictures of the screens to help.
1. Open the Settings and select Accessibility.
2. Scroll down to the Display section and tap Text and display.
3. Tap Colour correction. In the Colour correction screen, tap the toggle switch for Use colour correction to turn it on.
4. Scroll down to select the right Correction mode. As you tap the round radio button next to a mode, the coloured bars at the top of the screen should change appearance. Scroll up if these aren’t visible.
5. To add a shortcut to activate and deactivate Colour correction quickly, tap the toggle switch for Colour correction shortcut to turn it on. You will receive a pop-up notification explaining how this works. Tap OK to continue.
6. You can now activate or de-activate Colour correction by tapping on the shortcut, which will appear on a transparent tab on the screen.
Note: We have written these instructions for devices running the standard version of the Android operating system. You may find some minor presentation differences if the manufacturer has customised the theme.