- Aug 11, 2010
An update for OOS 10 stable would be great. Minimum brightness is still too low for me.
For those that continue not to understand how adaptive brightness on recent Android versions works: it learns from you and what you adjust brightness to. Too bright when it's dark? Keep adaptive brightness enabled but manually adjust brightness down to where you want it. Same when the screen is too dark. This feature uses machine learning to adjust brightness to your preferences
I read that so many times... But no. It is just not true. Official proof of this feature ? There's none, because it simply does not exist.
Auto brightness is as simple as table of key-value pairs.
Try it: reset your phone and dedicate 1 hour of your time trying to teach it to be at half the brightness when you're in the dark. Good Luck
The fact is that Oneplus has stop caring about tweaker ans enthousiasts community, it focuses on the mass market since the OP5.
Still not.No. Auto brigthness doesnt equal adaptive brighness. Oneplus androud 9 and 10 use adaptive brightness.
Please, show me the proof that OxygenOS 9 or 10 use Adaptative Brightness. Everyone keep talking about that but it's a dream. The OxygenOS phones have auto brightness, which tracks ambient brightness and adjusts screen's brightness accordingly. They also have some "short manual memory" which remembers the last manual correction you made over the automatically set value, but it lasts only until your screen turns off and the ambient brightness changes. It does not really learn anything about what are your preferences.
After months of manually correcting the auto brightness, it keeps auto setting the brightness too low for me in low light, and I keep correcting it manually...