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2011-11-21 03:48 PM
2011-11-22 03:16 PM
So this is the info I got.
They curve for dimming the light is dynamic.
If you have a high brightness it will dim very slow and it is perhaps harder to verify. If you have brightness at around 50% it was easier to spot. For me at least. Then also if you have brightness set to 100% the auto-dimming will be disabled.
I also tried it out and it works as in my description.
2011-11-28 01:47 PM
No idea. We (SEAnswers team) don't get this info and it's mostly not official anyway (what new updates will hold that is).
What we can do is however to forward feedback as a request/wish for change.
I've done that now. Let's play the waiting game.
2011-12-01 04:39 PM
I have the same problem. I tried a test service and it is ok.
But when you download an application that uses a light sensor (luxmeter), it is a problem. He writes that the phone has no light sensor. : (