Unreliable on Marshmallow Since upgrading to Marshmallow the app often decides on its own to go into sleep mode and then the auto-brightness stops working. Disabling power saving options doesn't seem to help.
brightness slider bar stays visible in the quick settings panel Android 6.0.1 on my S7 Edge but not on previous model. Now there is a redundant brightness slider if this app is used. Videos in full screen using the left side for btightness in full screen does nothing... other than that stuff it works fine
Removes accessibility to other apps This app has lots of bugs: it doesn't automatically change brightness when it should, but most importantly it blocks other apps from getting accessibility services permission. It's really absurd. It's a waste of time and money.
Totally misbehaving on last update, fix it! This is a must have app but last updated ruined it, now it misbehave as it pleases. Please fix it ASAP. This is one of the best brightness apps and it'd be a big loss if abandoned by developers. Best replacement is Velis auto brightness, read the app manual and it will work wonders for free.
Given up.. At the end of the day.. I'll just use the annoying stock brightness control.. Better then having to put up with all the annoying ticks with this app. Even buying the paid version did nothing for me.. You live, you learn.
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
- Attempt to fix Android 6.0+ crashes
- If using plug-ins, please check that Lux has been granted root access