orb3000 · Sep 20, 2010 at 09:00 pm

MyLight for WM: Set Brightness Easily

Older devices do not have an easy way to control screen brightness, normally you have to Manually adjust the brightness in Windows Mobile. However, this is not a simple operation as you must navigate in menus and tab to set desired value. Now, it´s easy with the application presented by XDA member mylostblog. MyLight has almost zero impact on battery life and it´s multi resolution, so it can be mylostblog
Today I wanted to present our latest creation. It ‘true that modern devices are equipped with a light sensor that allows the device to adjust the brightness according to ambient light. This function will require a significant amount of battery power and does not always work correctly. Manually adjust the brightness in Windows Mobile, however, is not a simple operation. Must navigate in menus and tab and set the value to a small slider. To work around this problem, then, we have created myLight, a small utility that does not affect battery life, allowing you to set brightness in a Finger-Friendly. The program was developed for HTC (tested on Diamond , Touch Pro and HD ) and supports all resolutions and guidelines. It ‘can also change the graphics settings and changing the program files folder. MyLight was developed in C # and requires to function. NET Compact Framework 2.0 (installed by default on all devices). Let me know how you find the application, if it works properly on your device and if you want to implement some other function. After the jump you can find the CAB install the latest version of the 0.3 on your device.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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