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Default How do you make the screen go more dim?

It seems like the most dim setting isn't dim enough for me or even the auto setting when I am I bed?

Is there any way to make the screen more dim?

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You could use lux auto brightnes.
Im sure you will like it.


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screen filter. find it in google play

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Use juice defender. It'll save your battery too. To adjust the brightness directly within the app, use the advanced settings

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Screen filter is the best. You can set widgets for different background lights and tap on em whenever u want to change bg light.

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You could use lux auto brightnes.
Im sure you will like it.


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How well does this work? Does it drain more battery?
 
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screen filter. find it in google play

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Thanks, I'm using this now!
 
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How well does this work? Does it drain more battery?
works very good ! i believe you even save some energy when set up right.
well, this adjusts brightness automatically by measuring the lux value and linking it to a user specified brightness level.
if you just want to dim manually, screen filter or screen dim are sufficient.
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You could also turn it off LOL

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