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You can disable MX Player's brightness controls. To do this, goto Settings>Player>Screen and uncheck the brightness option. And, an alternate option is to use an xposed module(you need a rooted device) named Minimum Brightness.


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This is a screen filter app that I use with all my devices. Its called Darker. It has not only absolute min brightness, but it also has an option for a color as filter. Useful in low light; ie. android LED lighting is blue in light spectrum, using a red filter compensates - so eye strain is less, sleepless nights are less (my opinion and I'm not a doctor, ...


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As the LG 47LM6200 is DLNA compatible (Movie/Photo/Music), all you need for that is a DLNA server on your Android device. On my website you can find a list of apps for that: check with DLNA / uPnP Server and Clients. To make it easier for you, let me pick the most promising candidate: BubbleUPnP is both, DLNA server and client – which means you can use it ...


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For music try Samba Player, though it doesn't support video. Link: Samba Player on Google Play Description: "Listen to your network stored music collection as if it was all on your phone! Enjoy music right away, no complicated setup required. Samba Player works with shared folders from Windows, Linux, Mac, home routers, media players, network drives ...


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Unfortunately, this functionality is not yet available in Android. There is currently no way to separate apps that use the media stream. Your best bet would be to go to the app's settings and find a volume setting in there.


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either try another file explorer if you are not familiar with the default one (usually either a "right click" or long hold to get the file rename option). my personal favorite since it is double-windowed is total commander or you can try that ES file explorer (ad-supported maybe)...


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MX Player provides a way to check video resolution. All you have to do is install and open MX Player, touch hold the video file until you see some options and select properties. There you can find resolution listed as well as other codec information. Besides, VLC for Android also shows the resolution. Install and open the app, left-swipe and choose Video ...


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Solved. It was actually this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teamviewer.quicksupport.addon.samsung After deinstalling this app and restarting my phone the Android video player app works again. Just deinstalling Teamviewer Quicksupport itself neither deleted this add-on nor helped with my problem. EDIT: Also, deinstalling this app ...



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