New color management functionality has been announced for the upcoming Android version 8.0:
Feel free to correct me, from what I can tell LUTs are not supported. Color management is done on a per-app basis, and can’t be changed by the user. Nevertheless it’s a big step forward and might pave the way for higher control by the user.
I do not understand why there is this limitation. Here seems almost ridiculous.
However, I continue to look for. I found an application called “Display Expert DS (Lite)”. There is a paid version. Both are on the Play Store. I still do not see its usefulness. I asked the manual to the designer. Maybe I’ll see a little clearer after to read.
There are also ‘SpyderGallery’ from ‘DataColor’. Unfortunately, it does not recognize my probe, the “Spyder5”, amazing!
Icc profile support is limited to embedded data in images. No actuall support for individual display calibration. Some newer devices have a sRGB mode under developer options which should improve color rendition. Samsung Galaxy devices have an equivalent “basic” screen mode.
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