1. AC Question's Avatar
    I need to have black backgrounds with white text, in order to use my phone easoily, but there does not appear to be any option that will allow me to return to the appearance I had PRIOR TO THE LATEST UPDATE (mARCH 8, 2015). My Galaxy S5 was GREAT before the Android OS update. Now I cannot easily use MANY of the apps and features, because I have no control over the appearance. I'm sure this problem will affect many users with even minor vision disabilities. You have doe many of us a dis-service by changing things, "just because you can." I understand improving performance, security, etc., but there was no need to change the appearance. I am now having to find workarounds and opt for other apps, and quite frankly, it's a very difficult task, since I had my phone set up to work well for my own needs. The update WAS NOT helpful, and I don't appreciate it!

    What can be done to fix this problem?
    03-10-2015 11:11 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! We're an independent community forum that is not directly related to Google, so we had no hand in the update, in case you're actually directing those comments at us.

    Go to Settings>Accessibility, and see if there is a Color Inversion option (which is present on my Nexus 5 with Lollipop). That will give a black background with white text for menus.
    03-10-2015 11:29 AM

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