Are you aware that the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus smartphone comes with an automatic brightness feature for its screen? When you activate the auto-brightness feature on your device, it will adjust its screen brightness according to the environment it is in. For instance, if you are outside, the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus screen will increase its brightness automatically. If you go inside, the screen will be dimmed automatically.
If you are the type that moves between different environments, the automatic brightness feature is one of the simplest ways of keeping your Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus screen bright enough to view. Although the auto-brightness feature works fine most of the time, the feature sometimes needs to be calibrated again to make it work more efficiently.
If you notice that your phone’s screen is not bright enough when you’re outside or if it is not being dimmed when it is expected to be, you will have to follow the below steps to know how you can calibrate the auto-brightness feature on your Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus.
How To Calibrate Auto-Brightness On Samsung Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus
Calibrate Auto-Brightness On Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus & Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus+ Plus:
- With the auto-brightness feature activated, tape your smartphone, covering the two sensors located at the right and the left of the earpiece.
- This will make the device think that you are in a completely dark room.
- Next, disable the auto-brightness feature by swiping down the status bar and moving the screen brightness bar from right to left with the sensors still covered.
- Then, quickly enable the auto-brightness feature and disable it again. Make sure the two sensors are still taped!
- Next, take the smartphone to a lamp, and then remove the tape.
- Increase your phone’s brightness to the maximum setting and then enable the auto-brightness feature.
- By now, your Samsung Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus will have had its auto-brightness sensors recalibrated. This will make it work more efficiently in bright light, dark light, and anything in between.
After you follow the steps above you should know how to calibrate Auto-Brightness on Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus.