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is it possibile to change the auto-brightness percentage? I think into the dark is too strong!

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Fully agree. On Nexus One it was always to dark, but the problem is, that automatic brightness don' go to deep.

However. Hoping for fixes^^

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Yes auto brightness is too bright. Hopefully it can be fixed

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is it possibile to change the auto-brightness percentage? I think into the dark is too strong!

You can install this app, screen filter.

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thanks! It's a great temporary solution, but a native solution would be better..

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I'll find out where the settings are. :)

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Great Paul! :) :) :)

the problem of ScreenFilter is that it reduce brightness all the time. If I'm in direct sunlight, i want full brightness.. but into the dark.. i need less brightness. This is the concept of the automatic brightness :P Activate and deactivate ScreenFilter is not a definitive method.

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Great Paul! :) :) :)

the problem of ScreenFilter is that it reduce brightness all the time. If I'm in direct sunlight, i want full brightness.. but into the dark.. i need less brightness. This is the concept of the automatic brightness :P Activate and deactivate ScreenFilter is not a definitive method.

Total Screen Control is your answer. A LOT more configurable than SF, it can also handle "bright light" conditions.

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I can't set "Bright Light Detection" with my LG2X. I can't finish Bright Light Calibration.. it can't read sensor value. Any suggestion?

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I can't set "Bright Light Detection" with my LG2X. I can't finish Bright Light Calibration.. it can't read sensor value. Any suggestion?

Perhaps we need to wait for an update to the app. Didn't realized it wasn't working on 2X. Sorry.

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