Started by Wole, June 12, 2021, 16:08:19
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Quote from: Wole on July 25, 2021, 11:14:53I think we're getting away from the problem now.The problem does not occur in the shade, at dusk or at night, but when I use the app during the day and the sun is shining.Otherwise there are no brightness problems.Apparently Menion has now recognized the problem, which in my opinion should occur with all Samsung users (see his article).I hope he can find a solution. In any case, LM 4 cannot be used on Samsung devices.I used my Blackview 9700 pro yesterday. LM 4 runs great here and does not differ in brightness from LM 3.
Quote from: freischneider on July 25, 2021, 21:23:05Jack Russel has written so with him the brightness is not 100%. He is only at 75%So you have a display 100% and still badly readable? ?I think it's a Samsung .... as Michael says.Samsung presents different settings, depending on which app, time, etc. is used.How do you see the samung settings from: Smart Stay and Adaptive Brightness.Are these both disabled?
Quote from: freischneider on July 25, 2021, 21:23:05Jack Russel has written so with him the brightness is not 100%. He is only at 75%
Quote from: Holger on July 25, 2021, 17:53:43Interesting how everyone tests the settings on the device.Why does you change the settings? If both apps show different results in equal settings, it can not be on the device!
Quote from: michaelbechtold on July 25, 2021, 20:01:58Hence having a Samsung device does NOT mean that you have this problem.And as the Locus App code itself for the devices is the same, the difference most probably is in the device dependent libraries - and its inteference of settings, AI, optimization, all this jungle that is hard or near impossible to debug from outside.Maybe Menion nevertheless has an idea to analyze deeper.