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    Screen Filter

    The D4's screen is very bright, and even on the lowest setting it's a little too bright in the dark for me.

    I found a great app for making the screen dimmer, and it also can control the soft buttons and keyboard backlights. I have widgets on my homescreen for 62% and 82% filters with and without soft button lighting.

    Just search for "Screen Filter" on the market.

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    Root Dim is another great alternative but it requires root access...

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    Nice one! The only thing Root Dim is missing are widgets. Other than that, it seems like a great program. I like that it can control the keyboard backlight and soft button lights separately.

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    Nevermind, just saw the tip about creating shortcuts. Same functionality as widgets :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkimus View Post
    The D4's screen is very bright, and even on the lowest setting it's a little too bright in the dark for me.

    I found a great app for making the screen dimmer, and it also can control the soft buttons and keyboard backlights. I have widgets on my homescreen for 62% and 82% filters with and without soft button lighting.

    Just search for "Screen Filter" on the market.

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    Can you control when the keyboard lights are on or just the brightness??

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    Yes it can, but I found that Rootdim did a better job of controlling them. If you are rooted you should check that one out.

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