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15th May 2014, 05:06 PM |#1  
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Hi All,

Do you have concerns on the auto brightness?

The display change response is relatively slow. Also, when I get a call and take the mobile out of my pocket. the display is dimmed, and the sun light it is hard to see who is calling, it takes like one second or so to have the right brightness then i can see who is calling.

do you have the same issue?, if yes, do you have a solution?

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22nd May 2014, 06:11 PM |#2  
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Lux on play store. ..or vellis autobright X da or playstore

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27th May 2014, 08:36 AM |#3  
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I got LUX app. it is good. thanks alot Christiancs. But did you face the same problem?

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Auto-brightness is designed to wait for a few seconds to ensure that the change in the environment wasn't a brief blink (such as car lights passingby). Regardless of device, this is normal. I initially found the delay rather annoying. However after some time got quite fond of it, and now I always keep brightness on auto

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Originally Posted by mediumsteak

Auto-brightness is designed to wait for a few seconds to ensure that the change in the environment wasn't a brief blink (such as car lights passingby). Regardless of device, this is normal. I initially found the delay rather annoying. However after some time got quite fond of it, and now I always keep brightness on auto

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Thanks alot for your reply.

I download a nice application from the market called (LUX). it gives you the option to make the calls use the maximum brightness. and for the rest it has quicker response.

The bad thing about it is that it is not for free (almost 3 USD) and it consumes around 5 MB from the RAM.

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Originally Posted by a_k_gano

Thanks alot for your reply.

I download a nice application from the market called (LUX). it gives you the option to make the calls use the maximum brightness. and for the rest it has quicker response.

The bad thing about it is that it is not for free (almost 3 USD) and it consumes around 5 MB from the RAM.

Thanks,

Paying for an app is not necessarily a bad thing. They actually are beneficial to you in several ways. First, they do not serve ads and thus actually reduce resource usage as well as your data usage. Second, you are supporting a great developer in creating such useful applications which may provide encouragement to further create wonderful software. Finally, by paying for apps you are actually minimizing the risk of malware - keep in mind that the majority of malicious code is embedded in free apps in order to maximize the potential harm.

Glad you found a solution to your problem.
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