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Light sensor filter, Allow light decrease, Decrease hysteresis???

Discussion in 'UltimateDroid' started by sov1et, Nov 24, 2010.

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    I browsed and searched this forum for answers but couldn't find any?

    Just what do the Light sensor filter, Allow light decrease,and Decrease hysteresis settings do? Explanations?

    I figured out the Screen dim level and Edit other levels... settings, and put great use to it. I find the stock auto-brightness settings to be a lil' bit bright. So this is a godsend when it comes to battery life. I like max out my battery life wherever I can and like to know what those other settings do if they can help with the battery life.

    Thanks.
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    wow +80 views and not a single response? surely, somebody knows :blink:
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