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Help. Maximum Brightness in Outdoors

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Help guys. My problem with i780 is screen visibility during bright outdoors. But there's no quick method of setting it to maximum brightness. That's why im looking for a software that will quickly set it to maximum brightness with just a push of a button or any quick method. Is there any???

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There are several ways I found.

Turn around until the sun is behind you (or is it in front of you?)

Buy a special item to use under bright daylight (demonstrated with the images below).

You do need to take it off to answer phone calls.

Or you can try to hunt for a glare-resistant screen protector for your Samsung device

Selecting Auto brightness at Setting > System > Backlight and choose super bright

Close your eyes!

How about only use your phone at night? There won’t be such worries then.

http://www.careace.net/2009/05/05/how-to-o...-under-the-sun/

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