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A new tweak was released today called AutoBrightness that will set the brightness according to your ambient light conditions. In contrast to how iOS handles auto brightness, this particular Cydia tweak will also make it so that the brightness decreases when ambient light is decreased.
This often times useful because when you are using your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad before bed or right when you wake up, often times you don’t want a really bright screen because it hurts your eyes.
In order to setup AutoBrightness properly you will need to install the tweak (no respring is required surprisingly) and then head on over to the Settings app and disable the auto-brightness option in the Settings app as the tweak takes care of setting the brightness itself.
That’s it! Now AutoBrightness will take effect.
You can find the AutoBrightness Cydia tweak in the BigBoss repo for free. Be sure to share your experience with the tweak in the comments section below.