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Where do you keep your "brightness setting"?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bqknight, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. bqknight

    bqknight Newbie
    Thread Starter

    So, on my old phones I usually just stuck with auto, but it seems as if the Atrix keeps the brightness too low, for me at least. It just looks a lot better when it's up a bit. Where do you all usually set your brightness for a good balance of quality and battery performance?
     

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  2. botasboke

    botasboke Newbie

    full brightness baby!
     
  3. silentecho13

    silentecho13 Member

    I just keep it on auto. On my iPhone, I used to keep the brightness fairly low anyway, so the Atrix not being as bright as other phones doesn't even seem to bother me much.
     
  4. MosIncredible

    MosIncredible Member

    0 lol I've been unplugged since 7 am, it's 9:30 pm now and I'm around 78% I'd guess because it just dropped out of the 80s.
     
  5. jessie1290

    jessie1290 Newbie

    Auto seemed a little too dim - I bumped it up a little and it looks much better to me - doesn't seem to hurt battery life - I'm at 60% after 14 hours.
     
  6. dsjr2006

    dsjr2006 Android Enthusiast

    Auto is just right for me
     
  7. Erick161

    Erick161 Newbie

    auto is fine for me...
     
  8. ranova

    ranova Android Enthusiast

    leaving brightness to auto actually uses more battery life as it has to use cpu to detect and change the brightness accordingly
     
  9. Jeremy81

    Jeremy81 Member

    Between 50-60%.
     
  10. 2003vstrom

    2003vstrom Android Enthusiast

    auto for me is perfect:D
     
  11. bfksc

    bfksc Android Expert

    In theory that's right, but how much are we talking here...0.1% over 24 hours? It takes VERY little CPU to process a change in brightness and I prefer having my phone adjust the brightness down a bit in low light to save battery as well as up a bit in bright light, which I'm confident in the long run more than offsets the CPU usage to monitor the ambient light sensor.
    ;)
     
  12. mayerr2

    mayerr2 Member

    Full brightness no auto!!
     
  13. odnerd

    odnerd Member

    I keep it at 25%. It actually seems the same as 50% was on my Nexus One...
     
  14. iBr0nze

    iBr0nze Lurker

    wow im getting 7hours batt, unpluged 6:30am n 15% by 2pm with about 1hour of pandora n 2hours of surfing, n i dnt really get the guides for batt saver, i jst want to strip it down to what i need
     
  15. coreymcl

    coreymcl Well-Known Member

    I agree bumping it up some made a world of difference at least for me.
     
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