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Android Oreo Adaptive brightness bug

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Message 91 of 103

Re: Adaptive display brightness to sensitive

@Drd180what build number are you on (Settings > System > About phone > Build number)?

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Apprentice
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Message 92 of 103

Re: Adaptive display brightness to sensitive

41.1.A.12.75

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Learner
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Message 93 of 103

Re: Adaptive display brightness to sensitive

... In my Xperia x performance, too. Is this issue still active or already solved?

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Apprentice
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Re: Adaptive display brightness to sensitive

Build 47.1. A.12. 179 android 8.0.0. This issue appears fixed but its possibly a bit of a botch job as its seriously clunky considering the high end price of this phone. 

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Apprentice
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its still not fixed with lastest june update ! come on sony, why is this so hard to fix ?

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One time poster
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Message 96 of 103

Re: Adaptive display brightness to sensitive

After a few days use it's still rubbish. Still have to manually adjust brightness in light conditions and lower in for dark conditions.

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Apprentice
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Re: Adaptive display brightness to sensitive

Sorry to hijack this thread, particulary for a different device.  I thought it might be more useful here than in a seperate thread.

My Xperia X F5121 experiencing a similar fault.

If I boot the device in a high ambient light environment, grey colours become very bright and washed out and will not change back without a reboot.  Likewise in a low ambient light environment, the device stays normal until I reboot.  Even if I move into a brighter area.

Automatic backlight brightness is unnaffected.

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Apprentice
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Well this adaptive brightness has never worked on this device. Just wish there was a shortcut to brightness so I could adjust it manually. As soon as you go into a dark area the brightness goes down to minimal. When you return to bright area the screen does lighten a little but at the bottom of the brightness scale. Don't think I'll buy another Sony. 

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Re: Adaptive display brightness to sensitive

Same bug confirmed! Again and Again and again!

No answer sony?ΒΏ??ΒΏΒΏ?

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Apprentice
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Lol... That's even worse than the xperia problem. At least I can just use manual setting to sort it. Doubt Sony are ever going to sort this problem. Took them far too long to fix the Bluetooth which didn't work for about 15months from launch of phone