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Adaptive brightness

(Topic created: 08-30-2022 12:35 PM)
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Yamialex224
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I have to keep it off cause it's too bright inside the house. I'll turn it on if I'm out but I am being blinded by it when. I should be
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notforhire
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I could never get used to adaptive...I just adjust manually as appropriate.
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Yamialex224
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I always used adaptive
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Adaptive brightness doesn't work out of the box. It learns over time, every time you adjust your brightness while it's on, you teach it your preference. Eventually it will be perfectly tailored to your liking.
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johnnyboiii
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Something that might help you is that "extra dim" feature. It appears to work alongside adaptive brightness, and you can control how intense the dimming is.

It worked with mine anyways so it didn't kill my eyes when my screen comes on at night.Screenshot_20220830_181301_Accessibility.jpgScreenshot_20220830_181127_Accessibility.jpg
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userCj4ykgbi3R
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I have the same issue, way too bright in dimly lit places It's definitely related to the beta.
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USBetaModerator2
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Hello ,
Thank you for your feedback.
If you haven’t already, Please update Samsung Members app to latest version from the Galaxy store and send us an error report immediately after experiencing the issue from the Samsung member’s app -> Beta Feedback -> Error Reports to help us debug the issue.
We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your contribution to the beta program.

Regards,
One UI Beta Team

 

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