Finally, dark mode for Gmail is being introduced on Android. However, since it's a Google product, you already know that the server-side update affects most devices. Loading the latest APK from the page does not work, as well as changing the account. However, if you are logged in as root, you can enable dark mode by modifying a simple XML file.
First, open your favorite root-registered file browser. You need an integrated text editor. If not, we recommend Solid Explorer . From the root partition of your device, go to the following folder:
data data com.google.android.gm shared_prefs
Press and hold the button. File FlagPrefs.xml At the bottom right, tap the three-dot menu button and select "Open With." From there, select the SE text editor in the command prompt.
I need to find the following line. It should be the second line in the XML. Otherwise, you can use the Find function in the SE Text Editor overflow menu to search for it:
Ending with "false" why do not you already have dark mode Change this to "true" instead ". When you're done, tap the storage icon in the upper-right corner.