The Adaptive Brightness is the part of Google’s AI-driven push with the latest version of the world’s most favorite mobile operating system – Android 9.0 Pie update. The option is similar to traditional automatic brightness, as the phone tweaks brightness according to the lighting around a user. However, the Adaptive Brightness is more advanced, as the features allows you to manually tweak the brightness slider and with this you’re training the function to understand your preferred brightness in various conditions.
But till now, there was no option to reset this feature. Now the Mountain View company Google has changed this by updating its Device Health Services app, and brings the ability to change your Adaptive Brightness settings back to factory defaults.
The version 1.6 update brings the change, according to 9to5Google, and to reset, you need to launch the app and go to the app’s info page in settings, then tap storage > clear storage > reset adaptive brightness. Google has added the ability incognito way but it is still good to have such kind of feature.