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    Default Screen brightness levels

    When using the Kindle Fire under low light conditions I find that even the lowest brightness setting is too high for my tastes, especially when reading books in the Kindle app.

    Hope this is something that Amazon will address in an update. (In fact, when I get a chance, I'll see about submitting some feedback to Amazon.)

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    Have you tried the screen filter app. You have to sideload it from the Market. It lets you lower the brightness down to so low you can't see it except in a pitch black room. Set a percent you want it to be and then it is just a toggle on and off. Very easy.
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    Default Re: Screen brightness levels

    Quote Originally Posted by NotJustAPhone View Post
    When using the Kindle Fire under low light conditions I find that even the lowest brightness setting is too high for my tastes, especially when reading books in the Kindle app.

    Hope this is something that Amazon will address in an update. (In fact, when I get a chance, I'll see about submitting some feedback to Amazon.)

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    When reading at night, in the dark, I reverse the display to white text on a black page. It's one of the options under the Aa menu.
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