Handy screen brightness control on the Galaxy S3

Posted on Jun 25 2012 - 4:22pm by Huzoor Bux

One of the subtle but very useful features of the Samsung S2 Galaxy is that the screen brightness can be controlled by your finger on the notification bar to slide. Unfortunately, this possibility has not taken on the Samsung Galaxy S3. You have to choose between automatic control, or every time itself in the display settings of the device dives. Time for a quick, convenient solution.     This solution comes in the form of the example app ‘Display Brightness, who simply play for free in the Google Store can be found ( HERE ). It is an app that lets you easily create a slider can add to your screen. Moreover, do you have much control over how this slider looks like, and where they are on screen. We ourselves had a slider configured within 1 minute, which sits just below the notification bar disappears when not in use, and in color nicely with the rest of our screen fits. After you “Display Brightness installed, make sure that the automatic control of display brightness off (Settings -> Display -> Brightness -> Brightness automatically ‘uncheck). To the slider just below the notification bar to get choose ‘Top fill’ to ‘Select alignment and uncheck’ Auto hide indicator at the bottom of the list of possible settings. Then even the colors that work for you, tap “Enable indicator, and presto! The result: a slider that both performance quite like that of the Galaxy S2, but not now, but just below the notification bar is, and that does not distort your reputation further. Moreover, this app back a percentage of the brightness as you define it.

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