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High Brightness Mode

  1. NicestRudeGuy
    Froyo Nov 18, 2018


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  2. E1524934408274
    Donut Nov 18, 2018

    E1524934408274 , Nov 18, 2018 :
    +1 But maybe OnePlus is just isn't confident with their displays, with them not wanting an AOD, maybe they're afraid of burn in?
     

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  3. NicestRudeGuy
    Froyo Nov 18, 2018

    NicestRudeGuy , Nov 18, 2018 :
    But they sure can test this thing and let us know coz penta formation of pixel with less blue pixel are great for longevity.
    also I tested it with my OP6 for a while before I unrooted.
    works like a charm no heating or less heating than recording on
    4k 60 fps.
     

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  4. Prcko
    KitKat Nov 18, 2018


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  5. E1524934408274
    Donut Nov 18, 2018

    E1524934408274 , Nov 18, 2018 :
    How do you turn on the high brightness mode?
     

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  6. NicestRudeGuy
    Froyo Nov 18, 2018

    NicestRudeGuy , Nov 18, 2018 :
    thats not the problem
     

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  7. NicestRudeGuy
    Froyo Nov 18, 2018

    NicestRudeGuy , Nov 18, 2018 :
    rooted and changed the parameters present in the display lib folder in root dir
     

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  8. cruzAD
    Gingerbread Apr 25, 2020

    cruzAD , Apr 25, 2020 :
    Is it possible to enable the High Brightness Mode app to work via ADB and not Root?
     

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  9. NicestRudeGuy
    Froyo Apr 26, 2020


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  10. Kerngehirn3
    Honeycomb Jul 12, 2020


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  11. Caomhin
    Lollipop Jul 12, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , Jul 12, 2020 :
    OnePlus never added this, mainly due to the fact it will cause burn in on the AMOLED display.

    Do a search for AMOLED screen Burn in to understand why they should never be set at high brightness for long periods.
     

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  12. Kerngehirn3
    Honeycomb Jul 12, 2020

    Kerngehirn3 , via OnePlus 6 , Jul 12, 2020 :
    It can be activated via root.
     

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  13. Caomhin
    Lollipop Jul 12, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , Jul 12, 2020 :


    Kerngehirn3

    It can be activated via root.​


    Yes, via a root process, but it is not something OnePlus ever had available as a feature, you need a 3rd party app or process to run it.

    It overrides the OnePlus process they do have installed to prevent the brightness from being too high. So you are not unlocking a OP feature you are bypassing it.

    So if you want to access it, root your phone, check on XDA how you can then increase your brightness with a downloads 3rd party app or possibly a command of some sort.

    Then ensure you DO NOT come back wondering why your screen is wrecked. As there is now a reference to you requesting the feature to wreck your display.

    But good luck with that.
     

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  14. Kerngehirn3
    Honeycomb Jul 12, 2020

    Kerngehirn3 , via OnePlus 6 , Jul 12, 2020 :
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

    Oneplus removed the file that was needed to activate it with root sometime. But it seems, they readded it. Found out by myself.
     

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