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  1. akaivyleaf

    akaivyleaf Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is there a way to control the brightness of the assistive light? I want it brighter than it is, right now its "dull" for lack of a better word. It reminds me of using a 60 watt bulb, versus a 100 Watt. No, nothing is obstructing the light and it is much brighter when it is serves as the camera flash.
     

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  2. Darnell0216

    Darnell0216 Well-Known Member

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    I'm spoiled by HTC's native Flashlight and unfortunately still haven't found a flashlight app that works like it in allowing for brightness levels. I even tried to install several versions of the HTC flashlight with no success. Ended up using TeslaLED since it's the only one without ads or other unnecessary permissions.
     
  3. star444

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    I don't see a way to make the Assistive Light Widget brighter, however, there are quite a few flashlights in Google Play that claim to be bright.

    I tried one that was very bright. I think it was "Brightest LED Flashlight by Surpax Technology": https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.surpax.ledflashlight.panel
     
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    denmalley Well-Known Member Contributor

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    So the additive light only comes in the form of an obnoxiously large widget? I too am seeking a flashlight app. Does anyone know if any of these flashlight apps are tested on the s4 to assure they don't burn out or overheat the led?
     

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