I have a samsung s10 neverlocked have updated and have the problem with auto brightness also in low light ...on my s9 worked perfect in any condition.....also in s10 even in sunlight it's very hard to archive maximum as it should....i have tested on 2 s10 they have the same problem....
- i have performed a full reset..wipe cache nothing no fix
i have notice that the phone does not have a light sensor...even if you put your finger on the front camera the auto brightness still moves .....also if you acces this *#0*# you cannot find the light sensor because it's not there like old samsung phones
maybe it has some in display sensor or something but we need a software fix
other are having the same problems ....
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I 've had S10 for around 3 months and had issue with adaptive brightness for first time today, brightness was pretty low earlier today. I've had a look at this thread and reset the Adaptive Brightness, so will see how it goes.
Having forwarded my error report to the Bugs Department, I was informed that the issue will be resolved in an upcoming software update. Need to see, in my case it has been a bit better lately but still issue at times.
I'm having the issue.
When I toggle adaptive brightness off/on it changes to the correct level of brightness for the ambient light, but even though it knows what to change it to (as it immediately changes when the toggle is toggled) it doesn't actually change if the setting is just on.
This CANNOT be a learning thing as it doesn't change AT ALL while active, meaning it will either burn out the screen quickly or be too dim to see, in a variety odd situations and I'm 100% sure this is not by design, no one would design an algorithm this way