1. PiggyMiddle's Avatar
    Hi all,

    Is there some way to set the brightness for using Auto?

    When I tap Auto, it is not bright enough for me so I have to use "Medium," but then lose the auto functionality.

    Is there some way to first set the current brightness, then use Auto to keep it relative to that?

    Or, have I been spoiled by Android? :)
    03-24-2014 03:52 PM
  2. smoheath's Avatar
    I believe if you set it to high and then check automatic brightness it will be relative to the high setting. The same goes for medium and low.
    martan1981#WN likes this.
    03-24-2014 04:37 PM
  3. PiggyMiddle's Avatar
    Thanks, but I had tried as that's the way Android works. But that and doesn't work on any of the settings. Regardless of L, M or H it still drops to barely on at Auto.

    It does change with auto when I go outside, but it is too faint to read even though it has increased from the original dimness. It is obviously trying to match the dull level from inside which is no help at all.
    03-24-2014 05:25 PM

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