New leaks have suggested that Android P will be released in a couple of weeks. For some Android users, this is just ordinary Android news. But for some others, there is the thought of how to change certain settings on the phone.
Talking about these settings, one of the most important is screen brightness. If it is too dim, you may find it difficult to see things well on the screen, especially while outdoors. If it is too bright, it may be suddenly bright on your eyes, especially in dark places.
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Android P uses Adaptive Brightness to try to make all these adjustments for you. This works by learning your usage habits, and making brightness decisions based on them. It is quite different from what is obtained in previous Android versions.
Now, even though that seems nice on the surface, you may be someone who prefers to control your device’s brightness menu manually. In this case, Adaptive Brightness can actually get annoying. So, it’s probably a good thing that you can actually turn it off. What’s more, doing this takes no time.
So, here is how to disable Adaptive Brightness in Android P
- Open Settings.
- Tap Display.
- Tap Adaptive Brightness.
- Tap the “Adaptive brightness” toggle to turn it off.
As you can see, it takes only a few taps, and you can get Adaptive Brightness out of the way. After following the procedure above, you now have manual control over the brightness of your phone’s display.
Of course, Adaptive Display can get even smarter in the future, and probably know when exactly a user has it in mind to adjust brightness. But for now, it may easily get in the way, changing brightness even when the user does not want it to.
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