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One UI tip: How to adjust flashlight brightness on Samsung phones

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Last updated: May 31st, 2022 at 22:36 UTC+02:00

Did you know that you can adjust the brightness of the LED flashlight on your Galaxy smartphone? Well, most people might not know this feature. You can change the flashlight brightness level easily on your Samsung phone.

This feature comes in handy when the default flashlight brightness level is not bright enough in certain situations. Sometimes, it’s too bright, and you want to lower the brightness to suit the conditions.

Adjust LED flashlight brightness on Samsung Galaxy phones

Step 1: Access the quick settings panel on your Galaxy smartphone by swiping down from the top of the home screen.

Step 2: Find the button labeled ‘Torch’ and then long-press the button.

Step 3: Now, you can see the toggle to turn on the LED flashlight and a slider to adjust its brightness.

Step 4: Adjust the slider as per your preference. Level 1 offers the lowest brightness and Level 5 provides the highest brightness.


This is the only way to adjust the LED flashlight brightness on a Samsung phone. Other Android smartphone brands also offer a similar feature, but the procedure could be slightly different.

Have you used this feature on your smartphone? Let us know in the comments section below.

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