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Answered Auto brightness

  1. C1536836751062
    Eclair Sep 27, 2018


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  2. BobbyV8_
    The Lab² Reviewer - Insta360 GO 2 Sep 27, 2018


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  3. C1536836751062
    Eclair Sep 27, 2018


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  4. BobbyV8_
    The Lab² Reviewer - Insta360 GO 2 Sep 27, 2018


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  5. C1536836751062
    Eclair Sep 27, 2018


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  6. Gav_W86
    Moderator Moderator Sep 27, 2018

    Gav_W86 , Sep 27, 2018 :
    Google has changed things, and it is no longer auto brightness directly linked to a sensor. It is now Adaptive Brightness and uses AI to help try and predict things. So, the idea is that it will get better as it learns how you use your phone.
     

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  7. C1536836751062
    Eclair Sep 27, 2018

    C1536836751062 , Sep 27, 2018 :
    Ohh really, but for now I just turn off the auto bright-ness because it's so annoying. How long do you think it will take to improve the auto bright-ness?
     

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  8. Gav_W86
    Moderator Moderator Sep 27, 2018

    Gav_W86 , Sep 27, 2018 :
    according to this article which is talking to some Google people (around half to 2/3 way down for adaptive brightness) it says:
    "How long does it take for the average user to see benefits? “My personal experience is about a week when I feel like I am no longer tweaking it,” Poiesz shared. “You don’t feel like it’s worse, which is a thing that we really wanted to nail — when you get the upgrade you don’t feel like there’s a downgrade there. It’s just that it continually gets better as you interact with it. I found that after a week I was feeling like I was barely touching it.”
    The reason Poiesz couldn’t provide an answer for all users is simple: Everyone is different. Adaptive Brightness takes about a week or so to stabilize, but it keeps learning as long as the user is making interactions. If you’re close to the baseline model, it can take less time. If you’re far, it might be longer.
    “Users have different preferences on brightness,” Poiesz explained. “The brightness strategies we had, before the new machine learning-based one, we saw people still having to finagle with the settings a bit. The way we set up the curves just wasn’t ideal — it was still pretty good in the middle, but when you got to extreme cases, like when you were in pitch black or in dead sunlight, it was pretty hard for the user to optimize both scenarios. You had to push the system more towards the bright side or push the system more towards the dark side. Adaptive Brightness is able to leverage the full spectrum much more effectively. After the user gives it enough inputs, it gets better and better at optimizing the curve between the extremes, and how far into the extremes you want to go.”"
    https://venturebeat.com/2018/08/28/how-android-pies-adaptive-battery-and-adaptive-brightness-work/
     

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  9. C1536836751062
    Eclair Sep 27, 2018

    C1536836751062 , Sep 27, 2018 :
    Okay thank you!
     

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  10. TombaUk
    Donut Oct 15, 2018

    TombaUk , Oct 15, 2018 :
    Well explained. Thanks!
    Will give it a week then. Or two. [e]1f60a[/e][e]1f44d[/e]
     

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  11. TombaUk
    Donut Oct 29, 2018

    TombaUk , Oct 29, 2018 :
    I've had it for a week, it settled down, but I have to adjust it here there still a bit.
     

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  12. TombaUk
    Donut May 21, 2019

    TombaUk , May 21, 2019 :
    , IT turned out that it caused nonOEM LCD, what was on my handset. I've replaced it with OLED screen and problem is gone. I am now on 9.0.5 and everything works.
     

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