Auto Brightness

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    Anyone here please help me. my ipad auto brightness works good when i turn on my light from off to on, but when i turn off the light from on to off, the ipad screen brightness still remain the same, oh my god..it's so bright..every time i solve it by lock/unlock the screen..any solution for that? PLEASE~~~~
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    Is this when you are adjusting your brightness or when you turn the iPad on and or off.
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    Unfortunately, that's the only way to "reset" the light to a dimmer setting. All iOS devices behave the same way.
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    how to resit bro? because it's not auto brightness at all since i have to lock then unclock my screen..should i restore?
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    There is nothing wrong with your device. They all behave the same way: automatically turn up the brightness but do not turn it back down. Locking the device and then turning it back on is the only way to make it dimmer again.
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    That's not the way auto brightness works on my iPad .It brightens AND dims,according to the ambient light,if it is turned on.
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    The auto brightness on my two iPads, iPhone 4 and 4S, and touch 4 brightens and dims, but the feature is next to useless for me -- it's sluggish and not good at detecting and reacting. On my iPads, I just set brightness manually because of that. On iPhone and touch, I also do that, but with an app that looks like a dimmer light switch. It's called Dimmer.
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    Auto-brightness has never worked that way on my iPad 3 or any of my iOS devices (touch 2nd gen and iPhone 4). It's always been a "one way" approach to brightness for me.

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