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Automatic option for HP-OMEN keyboard backlight

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    I have omn 15-AXXX001NE (Y5J30EA), are there any options or work around to make the keyboard turn on only when pressed then if it's stay unpressed for certain time it will turn off automatically and so on.. in other words automatic light.

 

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As I understand you are looking for keyboard backlit to turn on only when its pressed and off when it's not pressed. I'll be really glad to help you with this,

 

Please follow the support guide for Turning a Backlit keyboard On or Off - click here

 

You could toggle between dim, On and Off using the Fn Key + F12 key.

 

Here's a related HP post which has helped others - Click here

 

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Actually nothing happened when I did that, is there a notification or an indication of the toggle between modes?

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Hi @Mdad909,

 

Thank you for replying,

I appreciate your time and efforts,

 

I understand you have followed the steps suggested in the previous post and still having the issue, and you would like to know if there is any notification or an indication of toggle between the modes. 

 

On the keyboard, there would be an option to enable/disable backlight using the combination of FN and F11/F12 Key. The button image has a box with 3 bars and light rays extending outward. Here you can toggle between the keys.

 

Press and hold the Fn key and the press the dedicated key couple of times which would help to increase and decrease the brightness of the backlit keyboard.

 

I hope this helps. Let me know how it goes for further assistance.

 

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Hi!

I have read all these answers but I still have the problem. I can turn on the light manually but not automatically. The links you provided explain just how to turn on manually.

Can you help me, please?

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