Originally Posted by Mr_nUUb
I found out how to enable brightness control on our beloved tablet in Android-x86!
As we already know, we must use "acpi_backlight=video" kernel command line for linux kernel 4.0+.
For android, we also need to modify build.prop. So fire up an terminal emulator and get root access:
Now add the following lines:
# Brightness Fix for Samsung XE700
Some other information:
Android-x86 6.0 RC1 has some driver load problems which were fixed in RC2. That's the reason why Broadcom WiFi cards didn't work.
If you are using a Broadcom WiFi/BT combo card, make sure to copy the appropriate firmware to /lib/firmware/brcm in the correct format.
There are plenty of tutorials how to do this on the net, just ask Google.
Only 3 problems to solve:
- 3G Modem (Android-x86 6.0 RC1 requested a SIM card, RC2 does not... why?)
PS: is it possible to define the minimal brightness? Android does not get lower than 3, but manual setting to 0 results in darker but still readable screen.
I installed cm-x86_64-14.1-r2.iso from http://www.android-x86.org/download
on my Samsung ATIV 700T and brightness control do not work.
I tried a lot of things added these two
and modded grub.cfg/android.cfg adding
Any ideas why it doesn't work?
sys/class/backlight has got intel_backlight folder
I tried to point build.prop entries to this location, but still no luck.