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Hey guys,

Sometimes I have been reading books at night or browsing the web and the screen is way too bright even with the brightness set to minimum...

So I found this very useful app that dims the screen even further called SCREEN FILTER. It was very useful to me and thought I would share.

You can find it on the play store.

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Hey guys,

Sometimes I have been reading books at night or browsing the web and the screen is way to bright even with the brightness set to minimum...

So I found this very useful app that dims the screen even further called SCREEN FILTER. It was very useful to me and thought I would share.

You can find it on the play store.

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Thanks..will try it

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I've also used it, and it works OK.
But does anyone know if there's a way to customize the "auto" brightness settings?
 
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great app, thanks
 
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Hey guys,

Sometimes I have been reading books at night or browsing the web and the screen is way too bright even with the brightness set to minimum...

So I found this very useful app that dims the screen even further called SCREEN FILTER. It was very useful to me and thought I would share.

You can find it on the play store.

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Another choice, If you are rooted your phone "rootdim" working better you can find it on playstore
 
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Another choice, If you are rooted your phone "rootdim" working better you can find it on playstore
yes there are certain apps/widgets that can dim your screen below the lowest setting in you settings menu.

combine that with the screen filter app and you're on a roll!
 
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you can also use 'juice defender ultimate' to tweak the brightness settings of your phone and no root is required for that.

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