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[APP][2.3+] Lux Auto Brightness

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By Cyb3rGlitch, Senior Member on 19th October 2012, 11:58 AM
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26th October 2013, 01:18 PM |#1011  
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Great app !
 
 
26th October 2013, 05:25 PM |#1012  
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Originally Posted by verynuclear

Yes, This app doesn't consume battery and it behaves better than the built in brightness setting.

Sorry verynuclear, it of courses consumes battery, how else should it work?
But it drains battery not so much that it eats up the gain by reduced brightness. Especially in the mode "Screen on" there is only very little effect on battery.
26th October 2013, 05:58 PM |#1013  
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Originally Posted by tommi.a

Sorry verynuclear, it of courses consumes battery, how else should it work?
But it drains battery not so much that it eats up the gain by reduced brightness. Especially in the mode "Screen on" there is only very little effect on battery.

trying this app now... the app is making the display wayyyy too bright
26th October 2013, 06:59 PM |#1014  
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trying this app now... the app is making the display wayyyy too bright

Thats why most apps have something called settings

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26th October 2013, 07:06 PM |#1015  
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Thats why most apps have something called settings

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yeap! still tweaking and messing around with the settings
just that the default went way too bright so there was a lot more to adjust ^^
27th October 2013, 07:56 PM |#1016  
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Originally Posted by tommi.a

Sorry verynuclear, it of courses consumes battery, how else should it work?
But it drains battery not so much that it eats up the gain by reduced brightness. Especially in the mode "Screen on" there is only very little effect on battery.

Of course it drains, I mean to say that it doesn't consume that much.

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28th October 2013, 01:35 AM |#1017  
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30th October 2013, 10:49 AM |#1018  
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Lux still overrides MX player's brightness control even if added to sleep list when plug-in is enabled.
31st October 2013, 08:24 AM |#1019  
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Sometimes, the brightness changes back and forth every 2 seconds with same ambient light.

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31st October 2013, 05:33 PM |#1020  
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Originally Posted by Cyb3rGlitch

There's no Tasker variables yet. I'll add them to my to do list.

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Hey Cyb3rGlitch would you please add tasker variables? I think it would be awesome extension for Tasker.I have already tried to set up Tasker to change my profile to 'Night' with specific condition (after*21:00 PM*with given lux level). However the %Light turns out the value only when the brightness change. Therefore it simply will not work properly if you are in complete darkness, because there is no brightness change.

If we have %Lux_brithness variable which keeps current lux value we will have a possibility to use it as a trigger in Tasker. In this case I could create the following profile:
If %Lux_brightness = 10 lx -> change profile to 'Night' (using plugin you have already done).*

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2nd November 2013, 02:00 AM |#1021  
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Will there be an update soon?
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