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The authors studied the effect of thermal and electrical annealing on light emission of fluorescent one-layered organic light-emitting devices (OLEDs) doped with organic salts. From the annealed OLEDs, we clearly observed homogeneous and enhanced electroluminescent (EL) emission over the whole active area with fast responses. Moreover, improved efficiency was also observed from annealed phosphorescent OLEDs. These improved EL characteristics indicate that simultaneous annealing can induce proper adsorption of charged salt ions at the electrode surfaces, leading to enhanced electroluminescence of one-layered OLEDs due to increased and balanced injection of carriers.