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Auto Brightness issue in 6.1

Discussion in 'Koush' started by virtueoftheabsurd, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. virtueoftheabsurd
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    Automatic brightness is not working for me. I'm on a clean wipe, and everything else works wonderfully.

    Once I power on the phone, the auto-brightness only increases, it never decreases. i.e.: it may start at brightness 70. Then, if I hold it under a bright light, it goes up to brightness 240. But if I shut off the lights in the room, it stays at 240, even if I give it some time and turn the screen off and back on.

    Does anyone else have this issue? To note: this happens regardless of whether I use custom light levels in CM settings.
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    I am not getting any auto-brightness action either. I am also on a clean install.
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    Hmm. Working fine for me, though I flashed over RC5...
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    where do you look to see what brightness level you are at?
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    There are a few free apps. Also, the brightness tool included in CM settings.

    But you should be able to tell just by looking if your autobrightness is working. Turn a light on, then turn it off!
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    Light levels are in settings>cyanogenmod settings>user interface>automatic backlight>light levels

    Sent from my Droid