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By vlc07, Senior Member on 12th January 2014, 03:43 AM
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hello guyz sharing the app called lux auto brightness that works with devices or without light sensor ...i have tried its working on galaxy young..

■ Stable, custom auto brightness with
root plug-in support.
■ Use your ambient light sensor or
camera(s) to read in ambient light.
■ Subzero brightness for night
■ Select between Auto, Day, Night,
Car and Cinema light profiles
■ Automatic night mode. Change the
colour temperature of your display for
comfortable night time viewing.
■ Astronomer mode. Adds a red filter
to your display to preserve the
eyesight of stargazers.
■ Power-user settings such as choice
of interpolation, filters, and linked
sample editing.
■ Add app specific exceptions via
sleep mode.
■ Customisable fade for backlight
■ Tasker and Locale support
■ Battery efficient.
■ Backup to SD.
■ No ads or other nuisances.
Note: Please disable other brightness
apps before using Lux. The author is
not liable for any issues caused when
using this app.

The original custom auto brightness
solution for Android.
"To put it simply, Lux kicks the pants
off of Android’s stock brightness
manager, and it’s worth every cent." -
"Lux is a third-party app that allows
you to easily calibrate your phone’s
brightness sensor, saving you battery
power and reducing eye strain if your
phone is normally too bright in dark
rooms." - HowToGeek
Lux isn't your ordinary brightness
app. It intelligently adjusts the
brightness of your display based on
the environment you're in. If you step
into a dimly lit room, Lux will
automatically lower the brightness of
your display to make it not only
comfortable to read, but to also
preserve battery power.
Lux is also able to adjust the screen
temperature of your display
automatically to make it appropriate
for night usage. At sunset, you can
have Lux automatically warm your
display and switch to your Night
profile. If you're an astronomer, you
can enable astronomer mode to cut
out harsh white light. If you have a
root enabled phone, you may even be
able to apply these enhancements at
a low level with Lux's plug-in
Perhaps the best thing about Lux is
that you can teach it how to behave.
If the backlight is too bright or dim
for your liking, simply open the
provided Dashboard, adjust the
brightness slider to the level you
desire, then hold the link button. Lux
will use this new 'link' as a reference
in future.

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