Use Adaptive Brightness in Android Pie
Edited by Jay
Android Pie's Adaptive Brightness is designed to automatically adjust your display's brightness, based on the ambient lighting in your environment, and your device's activity. With the use of Google's ever-evolving machine learning engine (AI), Android Pie learns how you adjust the brightness on your phone or tablet while using it regularly.
The idea behind adaptive brightness is twofold; maximize the time your device's battery can run on a single charge, as well as saving you from having to adjust your screen's brightness level manually. If you've ever had your display set to 100% brightness, for say being outdoors on a bright day, only to forget about it once you've gone back inside, you've no doubt noticed a significant drain on your battery.
Because Adaptive brightness is a new feature, it may not perform the way you expect. If this happens, either disable it or, reset the option to its original factory settings.
for the following guide, we used a Google Pixel running Android 9.0.
Enable Adaptive Brightness Android Pie
Reset Adaptive Brightness in Android P
To reset Adaptive brightness to default factory settings, we'll use the Device Health Services app.
If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.
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