Trying to dig around to see if the auto-adjusting of the brightness can be disabled by editing some file.
I'm guessing it might have something to do with the file /sys/class/panel/oled/bl_tune_mode
(I noticed changing this value to 0 makes it possible to dim the screen to almost completely dark with the regular brightness slider, do dark you can only see the screen faint in very dark room, takes away the need for Lux for me personally)
However if I change that value to 0 it always reverts back to 1 after a reboot.
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I found the culprit. It's /sys/class/panel/oled/img_tune_mode
Setting that value to 0 completely disables the auto-adjust screen tone without rebooting. However a reboot reverts it to value 1 again so I have to change it back. Not that it takes long but would be nice to not have to do it on every boot and I guess it could be fixed with some kind of script. I'm not very good at that stuff though just a casual advanced user =)
Disabling this has mostly advantages if you ask me. The screen gets brighter and the whites are whiter. And also the screen stops doing that annoying flickering in many situations.
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