Originally Posted by graffixnyc
You NEVER mentioned you did those steps.. you just said toggling the auto brightness didnt work... So again OBVIOUSLY you cant read or follow directions
Actually, you assumed I didn't do the directions however, I did state that I had done so before the SLEW of **** comments, I stated after red did, I had done it and people say..
I ASSUME HE DIDN'T BLAH BLAH BLAH..
So no I did state that the steps posted had been completed I suggest you stroll back a few pages and RE-READ as, I stated it BEFORE the massive spew of **** came outta everyones finger-tips onto this thread which Honestly, if you guys keep flaming people, the DEV as stated pages ago will shut down the thread and then everyones ****ed, so I know its hard to keep your anger or trollness in check but I suggest you do before you **** everyone and then blame the person who simply asked a question with some bull**** reason like "It's all his fault he couldn't READ BLARGH!" when I had already read and completed it and responded before everyone started this ****.
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Originally Posted by avidmovies
If you followed the steps in my FAQ it works for sure. However, so far it seems that the lights stay on permanently when the screen is on. No, its not a cause of battery drain.
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Thank-You for answering my questions,
Yes I came across the CAP fix before Red had posted it, it must have simply been a faulty flash