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EMUI Tip: How to enable Eye Comfort Mode to Prevent Eye Strain

Do your eyes get tired and sore after looking at your Phone for a long time? Eye comfort mode can effectively reduce blue-light and adjust the screen to warmer colors, relieving eye fatigue and protecting your eyesight.

Here’s what to do when EMUI update fails or get stuck

Enable Eye comfort mode: Open Settings, go to Display > Eye comfort and enable Eye comfort. The Eye comfort mode icon will be displayed in the status bar. Once Eye comfort mode is enabled, the blue light will be filtered out and the screen will take on a yellow tint.

Enable/disable Eye comfort mode quickly: Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel. From the notification panel, expand the shortcuts panel, then enable or disable.



Enable scheduling for eye comfort mode: You can configure your Phone to enable Eye comfort mode for a set period of time each day. When Eye comfort mode is disabled, open Settings, go to Display > Eye comfort, and enable Scheduled, then set your desired Start time and End time.

Here’s the official list of devices that will get the EMUI 9.1 update [Updated]

Adjust the color temperature in Eye comfort mode: Once Eye comfort mode is enabled, the blue light will be filtered out and the screen will take on a mild yellow tint. This is normal and does not indicate an issue of your device. You can adjust the color temperature as needed. After you have enabled Eye comfort, you can adjust the color temperature slider for a cooler or warmer screen color.

Good Tips to avoid eye strain

  • After using your mobile phone for half an hour, rest your eyes for 10 minutes.
  • While you are resting, look into the distance to adjust the focusing muscles of your eyes and avoid eye fatigue.
  • Cultivating good eye care habits will protect your vision and prevent near-sightedness.

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