Adaptive Brightness

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  1. PereDroid

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    Doesn't seem to work at all on my Turbo. Just me?

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    Works for me, in terms of adjusting my screen's brightness. Although I don't understand the point of setting a certain brightness. If its dark, my phone still goes to brightness all the way down, and if it's bright out, then it goes as high as it wants.
     
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    I have it turned On. Think it was that way by default. I never really paid much attention to it, will have to investigate when I have some time

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    If it's dark, it should lower. It's less strain on the eyes. Mine never seems to change.
    What if you manually override with the slider? Does it revert back to auto after a set time or....?

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    I think the slider is a max it can raise to when not exposed to a lot of light. So if you have it set to 25%, it can only go up to 25% let's say indoors where it's not that bright compared to outdoors, and then outdoors in the sun its free to raise as high as it wants. But I'm not 100% sure if that's how it works.

    When its dark, adaptive brightness sets my screen brightness all the way down.
     
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    IME, the slider goes from darkest to lightest regardless of anything else.



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    From what I've read about adaptive brightness, the slider setting is a midpoint of the brightness range that is going to be used when it automatically adjusts your brightness. So if the slider is at 50%, it will adjust to 30% (the least it'll go) and 70% (the highest it'll go).
     
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    Try turning it off and see if your screen goes to full bright ( as mine does) then turn it on and it should dime ( if you are in a dimly lit room). Mine seems to work.
     
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    Mine works too. Actually better than it worked on the Razr M after the last KK update, which messed up quite a few things.
     
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    I am leaving mine off for a few days.
    Then I'll turn it back on.
     
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