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Auto brightness not working properly after android 10 update.

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same issue here 😔😔😔
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For all android smartphones that doesn't have ambient light sensor and using front facing camera as virtual light sensor, it will create problems with auto brightness specially if there are smudges or even dust particles in front facing camera.

Moreover if you turn on auto brightness for these phones, it consumes significant amount of battery and tops in the battery consumption in chart.
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Then how auto brightness worked previously.
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In previous device that has auto brightness there used to be a sensor that is dedicated for ambient light sensing. Those device hardware for auto brightness was much more efficient compared to using front camera for doing this job.

When front camera does this virtual light sensing, camera needs to be switched on frequently, and these camera module power consumption is much more than even screen can consume which supposed to be the most power hungry component of any phone.
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reset the auto brightness usage pattern
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how
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Resetting auto brightness pattern is not available for galaxy M series.

Either go for manual brightness, it will take some time for you to learn or after switching on auto brightness try adjusting it for few days, it takes some time to learn your usage pattern.
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resetting the brightness usage pattern is available but in a different way .. just tap the name lable not the option to enable/ disable. tap over the name

tap at this location as marked
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