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Media Center mode, dimmed clock, and button lights...most likely stating the obvious.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by -Myk-, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. -Myk-

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    I have found ( and I willing to bet many already know this) that the sensor in the upper right side of the screen is what determines if the button lights are on or off. In a well lit room the lights will be off, if you cover that sensor or darken the room the lights come on.

    What we need is someone smarter than I am to make an app or widget that disables that sensor when the phone is in the dock, if that is possible.
     

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    On my Droid I just go into setting and take the brightness control off of automatic.
     
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    Doesn't make any difference with turning the sensor on or off. Ive tried it with auto brightness on and off as well. The sensor is still turning the button lights on in a dark room or if covered.
     

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