How to Enable HDR10 Support for All Videos in Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+

Make proper use of Samsung’s best in class display by enabling HDR10 for all videos on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + smartphones. There is no doubt that Galaxy S9 series is one of the best and powerful Android devices available on the market. Their hardware is very powerful especially the display. However, to maximize the display quality, users have to manually turn on HDR10. At the moment, Galaxy S9 supports HDR10 but due to lack of content available, it isn’t enabled. So, with this article we will show you how to Enable HDR10 on Galaxy S9 / S9+ for all Videos.

Just about every HDR-capable TV supports the most popular format, HDR10 or “generic HDR”. Many also support Dolby Vision and HLG, while other formats, namely Samsung’s HDR10+ and Technicolor’s Advanced HDR, are just getting started but it is not currently available in smartphones. There is a little trick which you can use to watch videos in HDR10. Because HDR10 is more or less the adopted standard at the moment, TV manufacturers seem more keen to put it into their sets with a general assurance that it’s the format game consoles, Blu-ray players and set-top boxes will also adopt. Keep reading ahead to enable HDR10 in Galaxy S9 / S9+.

How to Enable HDR10, Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+

No may video content is HDR supported but it will soon be. There is a unique feature in the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. When turned on, this feature enhances the image and sound quality of videos so that viewers are able to enjoy brighter and more vivid colors with clearer sounds.

Enable HDR10 in Galaxy S9 / S9+ for all Videos

The extra bit of processing involved will likely impact the battery life which is why Video Enhancer is OFF by default. From the looks of it, this feature will only work with supported apps which will include the likes of YouTube, Netflix and the native Video Player. Follow the guide below to enable the video enhancer feature in the your Galaxy S9/S9+.

Step 1 – Open the Settings screen by swiping down the notification bar and selecting the settings icon or open the settings app from the app drawer.

Step 2 – Now select the Advance settings option from the settings screen.

Step 3 – In the Advance settings screen, you will be able to see the Video Enhancer option. Enable the Video Enhancer by using the toggle button.

You have now enabled the video enhancer which will give you crisp and vivid colours. Share your thoughts by dropping a comment below

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