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Question [Q] Is there a way to control the screen's saturation?

Is there a way to control the screen's saturation without having to go back to Samsung's ROM?
The screen is really over-saturated and unnatural. I'm used to the "Movie Mode" that comes with Samsung's ROMs.
I'm using CM11 (4.4). Not sure which exact ROM it is because I've installed it using CyanogenMod Installer and then updated it from the phone.
 
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I'm guessing not. Thanks for the help everyone.
 
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I'm guessing not. Thanks for the help everyone.
I think no one has answered because its a silly question.
In your phones display settings there is an option called screen mode, this changes screens saturation.

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No unless if someone ports CM colours

EDIT: I believe that there is a market app that adds a filter to make it seem less saturated if that is what you were looking for

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No unless if someone ports CM colours

EDIT: I believe that there is a market app that adds a filter to make it seem less saturated if that is what you were looking for

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You're kidding right?
It's in the settings of Stock Samsung ROMS!
Screen mode is in settings and you can choose between various modes which CHANGE YOUR SATURATION!
it can also be done on many many AOSP ROMS and custom kernels.

So YES the answer is YES YOU CAN

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You're kidding right?
It's in the settings of Stock Samsung ROMS!
Screen mode is in settings and you can choose between various modes which CHANGE YOUR SATURATION!
it can also be done on many many AOSP ROMS and custom kernels.

So YES the answer is YES YOU CAN

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