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Default Brightness Offset

I bought two GS5 at the same time. One of the phones has the offset adjuster when you turn on auto brightness. The other doesn't. They are both on the same carrier and both have the same numbers in the about section.

It has an offset from -5 to +5 when auto brightness is checked.

Why would it be missing from one phone? I don't even think it works on the that it is showing up on but still want to know why they would be different.

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This option only appeared for me after root.


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The phone that has it is rooted actually. That would make sense. However, the adjuster doesn't seem to do anything. I would like it to be a little brighter overall on auto brightness.

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It appears after you root the phone and install wanam xposed framework. You can change that +5 -5 offsetter in Wanam xposed.
 
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It appears after you root the phone and install wanam xposed framework. You can change that +5 -5 offsetter in Wanam xposed.
How do you do so? I haven't seen any settings to change it. Much appreciated.

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How do you do so? I haven't seen any settings to change it. Much appreciated.

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Open Wanam Xposed app. Go to Theme>Scroll down to Brightness Slider.
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Open Wanam Xposed app. Go to Theme>Scroll down to Brightness Slider.
*derp* I don't know how I missed that. Thank you.

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