HOW TO ENABLE FACEBOOK MESSENGER DARK MODE IN APP (NO APK DOWNLOAD) | 2019 - MRNIAMSTER

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HOW TO ENABLE FACEBOOK MESSENGER DARK MODE IN APP (NO APK DOWNLOAD) | 2019

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whenever i say dark mode in faceboook messenger you guys hvae to download a modified apk etc but this time you don't have to because it was one of hidden feature inside app itself and now you can enbale it in recent update but let me tell you how to do that

Facebook is dealing with a dull mode for Messenger, and it's a genuine AMOLED dark topic. It's covered up away at the present time, however the greater part of the code is there, prepared and hanging tight to be empowered. By sending one direction with root get to, you can actuate this element at the present time. Yell out to Redditor VincentJoshuaET who found the strategy we'll diagram underneath. Unfortunately, this doesn't work for iPhones, and it won't work with ADB directions on Android, so you must be found to attempt the shrouded dull mode in Messenger. However, you should simply run a direction in a terminal emulator application, tap a couple of alternatives in a shrouded menu, at that point empower dim mode in Messenger.

Requirements

  • rooted Android device
  • "Unknown Sources" enabled

Steps:
1.Install the Latest Facebook Messenger Beta
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2.Download a Terminal Emulator App
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3.Grant Root Access to Terminal Emulator by opening your terminal emulator app and type in "su" (without the quotes), then hit enter on your keyboard.



4.Next, copy the following command and paste it into the terminal prompt, then hit enter on your keyboard:


am start -n "com.facebook.orca/com.facebook.abtest.gkprefs.GkSettingsListActivity"

5.You'll immediately be taken to Facebook Messenger's hidden flags menu.Tap "Search Gatekeepers" here, then type "dark" into the prompt and hit "OK." 

6.tap each of the results beneath the dark header to change their values from "NO" to "YES." When all three of these say "YES," back out of this menu, then fully close the Facebook Messenger app by swiping it away from your recent apps menu.





5.Now, reopen Messenger and tap your profile picture (or the silhouette icon) in the top-left corner to access the app's main settings menu. From here, scroll down to the Preferences section and you'll see a new option that wasn't there before — toggle "Dark Mode" on, then tap "OK" on the popup to verify your choice


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