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  1. Jrdroid

    Jrdroid Well-Known Member

    Maybe I'm crazy, or I haven't looked enough, but I can't find an auto brightness setting. Is there such a setting on this phone??

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  2. MotoTriumphant

    MotoTriumphant Well-Known Member

    no autobrightness but theres a brightness toggle on our notification bar (;
  3. puddlesyj

    puddlesyj Member

    This phone does not include a light sensor therefore has no ability to adjust to varying light conditions.

    In other words nope. I never liked the auto light settings on any of the phones anyways. :smokingsomb:
  4. rooob

    rooob Well-Known Member

    Where's that option? I dont see it...
  5. HereticSins

    HereticSins Well-Known Member


    Pull the notification drawer down and tap edit. Than Add brightness toggle.
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  6. eljefe0000

    eljefe0000 Well-Known Member

    theres gotta be something to this effect because when you make a call and put it on yout ear the screen shuts off just sayin
  7. HereticSins

    HereticSins Well-Known Member

    I think that's a motion sensor.
  8. eljefe0000

    eljefe0000 Well-Known Member

    try it on the table and put your finger over it. it goes iff as well
  9. HereticSins

    HereticSins Well-Known Member

    Yeah a motion sensor. Wouldn't make sense if it was a light sensor cause then the screen would turn off when your in the dark or something ha.
  10. unnamedny

    unnamedny Well-Known Member

    phone is relatively cheap, this feature just would make it cost more, and its not like we are missing something big. Also screen brightness is a matter of preference.
  11. Jrdroid

    Jrdroid Well-Known Member

    It doesn't bother me at all, its just handy to have lmao.
  12. billda69

    billda69 Member


    thats called a proximity sensor not light sensor
  13. TheAmazingDave

    TheAmazingDave Well-Known Member

    Correct, there's a proximity sensor next to the front camera. It likely has an infrared LED and a infrared detector; when your face is close enough to reflect light from the LED to the reflector, the screen shuts off.
  14. HereticSins

    HereticSins Well-Known Member

    That's what I was saying.
  15. pcgamer

    pcgamer Well-Known Member

    I tried the auto brightness on my admire, and it got soo annoying

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