How to stop Android phone screen from dimming

You might have noticed that your Android Phone screen might dim casually.

Well, this is not the case with you only, this happens with all of the Android phone users out there.

The dimming of the phone screen on Android can be because of various reasons, like power mode, adaptive brightness, and screen timeout.

Let’s discuss how you can stop your Android phone screen from dimming.

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Increase Screen Timeout

Screen Timeout on Android
Screen Timeout on Android

Inactivity for a long time can also dim the screen of your phone. When you leave your phone unattended for a very long, the screen will dim.

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What you can do is increase the screen timeout of your phone.

  • To do this, simply visit the Settings of your phone.
  • In the settings option, search for screen timeout in the settings of your phone.
  • You will find this option under the display section, or you can search for it in the search bar.
  • You can increase the timeout to 1 minute, 5 minutes, or any other option available.

Turn Of Power Saving Mode

Power Saver mode on Android
Power Saver mode on Android
  • If you have power saver mode settings on your mobile phone, this can also lead to screen dimming.
  • Power Saver mode works to consume less power, in case the battery on your phone is low. You can disable this setting or configure it from the settings menu.
  • You will also find the power saver mode in the notification center which you can access by swiping down from the top of your screen.
  • Press and hold the power saver mode for a few seconds to open the power saver mode settings. You can either search for power saver mode in the settings menu.
  • Turn it off, or configure the screen settings to stop your Android Phone Screen from dimming.

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Turn Of Adaptive Brightness

Adaptive Brightness on Android
Adaptive Brightness on Android

Adaptive brightness uses the light sensor to adjust the screen brightness of the phone.

You can turn it off, and set the brightness of your phone.

Using this adaptive brightness, the phone will adjust the brightness as per the environment.

The phone screen will automatically dim when in a dark environment, and when in a brighter environment, the screen will brighten.

  • You can access the adaptive brightness from the notification center which you can access by swiping down your screen from the top.
  • Click on the ‘A’ icon beside the brightness bar, and then set the brightness of your phone.

Conclusion

This is how you can stop your Android phone screen from dimming. Do let us know if this article was helpful to you.

Anurag Jain

A content writer, tech geek, and fitness enthusiast out there to explore the world.

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