I tried the quick selection tool but I notice some jaggies and it's not crisp. Does anyone know a way? I want to turn a png's text white and the background another solid color.
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It's likely that the png is too low res to capture the effect you are going for with the magic wand. Someone may have a better answer for you, but I've had success with this hack when I've been given a client logo that is unsuitable for what I need and they don't have a good library of brand assets to send me anything else.
For example, if you have a blue logo on a white background you can use Brightness/Contrast to increase contrast to 100, and decrease brightness to 0. This should give you a black logo on a white background. Then select Image>Adjustments>Invert and you'll have a white logo on a black background. Choose Image>Adjust>Hue/Saturation. Check the box in the bottom right that says Colorize. Bump up the Saturation to 100. Adjust the Lightness upwards (at least +25 as a guess) Then slide the Hue slider til you get the color you want.