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  1. Master Droid
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    Auto Brightness too dark

    I'm on PE4.2. Anyone else's auto brightness way too dark? I've tried mucking with the minimum brightness slider in PE settings, but that doesn't seem to do anything (it doesn't require a reboot or anything does it?). The screen goes super dark to where I can barely see anything.
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    You can adjust it
    elite settings>general>auto-brightness level
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    The slider bar seems to have no effect on auto brightness. Does that setting work for other folks out there?
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    Bump... Does everyone else's auto brightness work as expected? Does the slider work too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by giant25 View Post
    Bump... Does everyone else's auto brightness work as expected? Does the slider work too?
    My auto-brightness does work, but like you said it starts off extremely dim at first. I try to let the auto-brightness kick in when I'm at the lockscreen before I unlock it. It seems to work better for me that way.
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    I actually dig it. All the other roms seem to bright for me.

    -baggar11
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    ^+1 I wish there was an easier way to edit the auto brightness.
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    Has someone figured out how to fix this or get the slider working?
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    I am having the same problem. Brightness is too low for me, even with the slider moved up.

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