RootDim - This requires root privileges on your device and a backlit LCD screen (not OLED).
SuperDim lets you dim the display to very low levels--lower than the OS normally allows (that's why you need root privileges)--to save night vision. This will be particularly useful for serious amateur astronomers.
On some devices you can also turn off LEDs (e.g., power LED).
If you have ChainFire3D or a version of CyanogenMod with night mode render effects, SuperDim will let you conveniently control the nightmode settings together with the brightness settings.
You can save up to five profiles that can be restored with a single touch in the SuperDim screen. The profiles include LCD backlight brightness, nightmode settings (if applicable) and other LEDs (if applicable). Long touch on profile button to save, short touch to load.
What's New in This Release:
· Fix bug with min brightness settings.
What's New in 1.56:
· add support for light control on devices that don't support 'trigger' interface
· include other light settings in profiles
What's New in 1.55:
· fix a light control bug
What's New in 1.53:
· Renamed to RootDim.
· Lights handling revised.
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