DWISOTT Does What It Says On the Tin. This app works away seamlessly in the background and changes the screen brightness to make sure I don't waste my battery. I have had to set a couple of things such as reading on my kindle app in a dark room, but mostly it just works. Much easier on the eyes as well, compared to before installation. Thanks. Now using it on nexus 5 and galaxy tab s 8.4, previously Nexus 7 and Nexus 4
Why does it need the camera permission? 1. It NEEDS "Auto" under the "user profile" section, so I can have it set on "adjust dynamically" and user profile as "Auto" and it would do the work for me like it should, so u can go from pretty much pitch black to outside in the bright sun. 2. Allow us to create our own profiles and rename it 3. Every once in a while it's stops working right and says subzero isn't available during sleeping. It happens each time I open Ebay
One of my favorite apps This is always the first app I install whenever I get a new phone. The automatic night mode and subzero brightness have saved my eyes from countless hours of strain. And the Tasker support is very convenient as well. My only complaint is that there is no Android Wear support. I'd love to have my watch's color temperature and brightness be the same as my phone when night mode kicks in.
Works for Me (Again) I used this in the past, but uninstalled it due to significant issues when I moved to a Galaxy S5. Since I paid for this app, I am trying it again on my Galaxy S7 and it's working well so far. It's a very useful tool / utility that works better than the Android Auto brightness function.
Was great app but now... I have not to many issues with this app, learned how to handle it awhile ago. I can understand this app would need permission on camera and locations for auto task. But why does it need permissions to my phone and storage? It also clocking over 123 mb of memories in 3 hours? Maximum usage up to 200 mb according to app manager. I'm not rooted nor making any extra settings like linking profiles. Is it mining data from users? If it is then it's a sad thing to happened.
Some concerns on battery life, but great nonetheless Adjustable and works great. My only concern is with my V20, it doesn't change the brightness of the second screen or navigation buttons. So you end up with a perfectly lit screen, but blindingly bright nav buttons and 2nd screen. I'd love to see a fix for this even though it's an isolated issue. Update: after a short hiatus from Lux, this issue seems to have been fixed! (Both the 2nd screen and nav buttons). THANKS and GREAT JOB!
- Attempt to fix Android 6.0+ crashes
- If using plug-ins, please check that Lux has been granted root access