Adaptive brightness is one of the most useful features in the Samsung One UI 4.1 smartphone. This feature is something similar to the Auto Brightness feature, which works to pick the available light level around the device and adjust the screen brightness accordingly.
This feature is something similar to the Auto Brightness feature, which works to pick the available light level around the device and adjust the screen brightness accordingly.
This Adaptive brightness feature helps you control how dark or bright your screen gets depending on your different lighting environments. It uses an ambient light sensor in addition to on-device machine learning to make these adjustments automatically for you.
However, One UI 4.1 Adaptive Brightness can automatically adjust brightness even when the lighting has not changed or may adjust brightness incorrectly if the lighting is the same.
Well, in this article, we will walk you through how to reset Samsung Adaptive Brightness settings. Earlier, if you are not using the feature, you can enable it through the following steps.
How to enable Adaptive Brightness in Samsung?
If you want to enable Adaptive Brightness in your Samsung device, go to the Settings on your Galaxy models. Now, tap on the Display, here simply turn the toggle On in front of Adaptive brightness.
How to reset Adaptive Brightness settings in Galaxy One UI 4.1?
If you also want to reset the Adaptive Brightness settings on your Samsung phone running on One UI 4.1, first of all, launch the Settings application of your Galaxy device.
Now, scroll done to the App section and click it, then click on the Device Health Service. Also, you can search for it via the search option in the top right corner.
After entering Device Health Service, look at the lower left corner for the Storage option, there’s an option called Manage storage, tap on it. You will see the Clear all data button in blue color, hit that button, and tap OK to revert the settings to factory default.