Google Pixel phones are set to blind the white boot screen

With the next update, Google’s Pixel phones will no longer have both light and dark versions of their boot screen, almost completely differentiating the full bright white version.

For years, Pixel phones have always displayed boot animations with a white background whenever the power is turned on or restarted. With Android 10, Google brought Android’s new Dark Mode option to this boot screen, replacing Bold White with a crisp black, but only then has the phone been tugged into Dark Mode. Before Restarting.

Suggested to XDA-Developers by LineageOS Director luca020400, Google has unveiled a new modification to the Android open source project that allows Pixel phones to use white boot screen animations only once. More specifically, the white boot screen is used only if the phone has never been set up after purchase or factory reset. After that, your Pixel will always use the Dark Mode boot screen, regardless of your Dark Mode tug.

According to a message linked to the code change, Google’s “UI team [has decided] Always use dark boots after the provision of the device. “The change is obviously being made so that if you schedule your phone to restart late at night for an update, your pixel won’t light up a blinded bright light in your bedroom – or you’ll keep your phone there at night.

The ever-changing use of the Dark Boot screen is only now appearing in the Android code, so we’ll still have to wait for a future monthly pixel update before giving our phone this extra bright screen. Boots. Now if only Google could offer this treatment on the ultra-bright reboot screen of Chrome OS.

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