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[Trick] Lower Minimum Brightness a lot !!

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23rd January 2014, 03:08 PM   |  #1  
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The minimum brightness is still very bright in my XL .....at night i ve to use night filter, a kind of app that puts a black colour filter over screen.....

This lowers the contrast and screen looks washed out .


I found a fix in Gravity box......i managed to lower the brightness to a lot lower level.....now i dont even use night mode filters....screen has good contrast at night too and my eyes are not strained anymore ......this likely improves battery life too .

Steps :

1. Install Xposed .....set it up
2. Download Gravity box module .
3. Under the Display tweaks and go to brightness settings
4 . Set minimum brightness level to 5 as shown in the screenshot .
5. Reboot

Enjoy

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23rd January 2014, 03:23 PM   |  #2  
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Smile Nice post
@sherry_94 a nice and informative post but we can also do a soft reboot also and also you can use Pie controls with this app
23rd January 2014, 04:38 PM   |  #3  
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Or u can use screenfilter in Play Store without installing Xposed n have a rooted Xperia L

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@sherry_94 a nice and informative post but we can also do a soft reboot also and also you can use Pie controls with this app

Yeah soft reboot ll b fine too....and i ve used pie controls but i m more comdortable with this nav bar...though , i ve reduced its height

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Or u can use screenfilter in Play Store without installing Xposed n have a rooted Xperia L

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I ve clearly mentioned why screen filter is not as good as this method.....screen filter lowers contrast and does not save any more battery

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I ve clearly mentioned why screen filter is not as good as this method.....screen filter lowers contrast and does not save any more battery

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I too use screen filter but as he said it lowers contrast ratio too, and this tweak will save battery too thus more useful
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Can you do something similar to this, but with the volume, and instead of reducing the high-volume limit, increase it?
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Can you do something similar to this, but with the volume, and instead of reducing the high-volume limit, increase it?

Sorry , i cant do anything in this regard.

But in my Xperia Tipo , the volume level was higher in cm10 with DSP Manager compared to Sony stock rom with xLoud.

So, dont lose ur hopes until cm11 arrives .

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