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    is their a way or app that can make my screen brighter but dont waste batter that much so i want my screen bright but save battery help
     

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    Hey there Jasen welcome :)

    I don't think there is! I usually put mine on auto and it dims out to save battery faster.

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    OP, there's really three choices here. Either crank up your brightness and deal with shorter battery life, or dim the screen to extend battery life. Auto brightness is the closest you're going to come across to "split the difference" for those two. Lastly, you can always buy a replacement battery for your device that's bigger than what you have now, assuming your device came with a battery door that allows you to access the battery to begin with.
     
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    I use Brightness Widget - Backlight!

    Backlight! is a free brightness app/widget for Android that changes your devices’ screen backlight with a single click. It also allows complete custom brightness levels. You can even assign it to a gesture or a main dock for easier access.

    It can be can set at multiple levels. I just use two, 100% for sunlight and 25% for everything else. And yes, if I leave it at 100% all the time, the battery gets sick and dies.
     
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    hi will my battery waste if i put it to 100 or it will just make screen brighter
     
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    hi will my battery waste if i put it to 100 or it will just make screen brighter
     
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    It's quite simple. Making the screen brighter uses up the battery faster. You just have to find the right brightness level(s) for YOUR usage, so experiment with auto brightness, or just turning the brightness up/down yourself.

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    i am new to this forum, however if you can get into settings and display there maybe a line that says brightness that can be changed. i know in my nook color i have this.
     

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