Top app! Excellent! Love it. However, after installing and enabling "All in One Gestures" app, Velis stops performing. In particular, it seems to be running as usual, but it does not increase or decrease the screen light as it did before. Instead I need to use the systems auto brightness, which sucks. When I switch the abovementioned app off it works again. I need the "All in one Gestures" app, so I was wondering whether there is a way to make Velis work? My phone is Huawei Mate 9 with Android 7.0 on board. Thanks.
It's free & works 99% better than lux auto-brightness (paid) . Lux just quit😣😡😦 after months of use so I tried velis again & loving it so far, actually changes the brightness automatically correctly the first time. 😊😊😊☺😀😃😊😊😊 Gotta be Galaxy S7 & since never had to adjust my screen brightness street installing this when I go outside to exercise or work
Excellent app! My phone doesn't have a light sensor so it uses the front camera and works really well. I'm finding that a lot of applications won't install unless you turn this application off but you can turn it right back on after the application is installed and it works fine. Five stars for this app!
I am using this app because by default my phone's screen becomes too dim when brightness is low. But due to app's notification the sliding down of notification bar lags little bit. And few minor issues: When auto brightness is disabled from the notification, it again becomes enabled on locking & unlocking the phone. Effect of setting brightness from the app's notification is unclear. Also consider why would someone want a graph in which, at any point, brightness will be decreasing with increasing light.
I would like a dimming ability based on the displayed content. If there's a lot of white or gray background, the app dims the screen. This the only thing i require I have with auto brightness implementations.
Actually it is quite good. I have a bug on my Xiaomi Redmi 4 Prime though: After some time it is like it is loosing connection to the light sensor and is no longer updating the lux and hence not adjusting the brightness. Even though the app is still active. You can open the app as well, still no reaction. Only if you disable and reenable the auto brightness, it will work again for the next few minutes. Yes, the app has all permissions, battery management exception and displays the notification.
Fix for crashes in Androids < 5 (sorry)
Fix for direct sunlight issues
Fix for widget graph getting cleared
Fix for Android 8 notification