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Samsung S20+ Exynos when "Overheat" = Screen dimming = unreadable

(Topic created on: 14-08-2021 10:34 AM)
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Camsimed
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Here a picture, Luminosity is at his maximum. It's unreadable.

 

One year, still this issue. No ones care about Exynos issue. I had THOUSAND of testimony users who have exactly this problem : we CAN'T use our S20 outside 90% of time.

 

And PLEASE, PLEASE stop being condescending with us, we exactly know how android works, we know what is automatic luminosity, it's not the problem here.

 

https://eu.community.samsung.com/t5/galaxy-s20-series/s20-screen-dims-in-sunlight/td-p/1694669

https://eu.community.samsung.com/t5/galaxy-s20-series/s20-ultra-dim-screen-problem/td-p/1739440

https://eu.community.samsung.com/t5/gamme-galaxy-s20/probl%C3%A8me-luminosit%C3%A9-s20-ultra-au-sole...

 

I can share 10 another post about this issue.

 

 

FIX IT.

 

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adamlee
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Go to settings/apps/show system apps/device health services and clear data.
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Kris G
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on adaptive setting the brightness in sunlight is always max 😅
best way to try this is to cast a shadow over one half of the screen, now in the shadow part you can read everything, but in the part where the sun is shining on, you cant see a damm thing, and just as an information, the brightness is applied to the whole screen, therefore the screen sucks.

Huawei P8, Mate10Pro, P40Pro;
Samsung S20Ultra;
Xiaomi MiNote10;
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Camsimed
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LOL you’re a funny guy, after ONE ***** YEAR i NEVER TRY THIS BASIC SOLUTION. 

Omg «  i know you didn’t » i don’t believe it. Did you even read all these topics i shared ? EVERYONE TRIED EVERYTHING.

Onurkse088
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Screenshot_20220525-140133_Samsung Device Health Manager Service.jpg

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efi99
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  1. Install the App "Alliance Shield X" in Play Store.

  2. Open the App, create an account and gain access to everything the app demands.

  3. Click on "App Manager" and search for "Samsung Device Health Manager Service"

  4. Click on this entry and choose the "activity" tab

  5. There you choose the 2nd entry and select "open"

  6. Enable "Brightness limit off" and "CP TM off"

Now your screen won't decrease its brightness by itself. Keep in mind that your screen/device can get very warm. Once again, do this at your own risk. I am not sure if the OLED screen can get damaged by the temperatures it might reach.

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