12-11-2013 06:44 AM
Don't forget to disable adaptive brightness in Win8 and Intel Display settings after applying the BIOS and Energy Manager updates.
What will that do exactly? Does it consume battery or?..
12-11-2013 07:32 AM
12-11-2013 07:44 AM
12-12-2013 01:32 PM - edited 12-12-2013 01:34 PM
Here is a nice color profile that should make your yelllows look better. From another Forum:
Just download and unzip it then double click the profile to apply it automatically. Nothing dramatic will happen but the colors will improve a bit.
12-13-2013 11:43 AM - edited 12-13-2013 12:09 PM
As noted in the last page of discussion, this thread is now on page 116 when it was solved back on page 88.
There appears to be some confusion as to whether or not Lenovo provided an answer to this for those just joining and understandably not wanting to slog through the 100+ pages of discussion. We solved this.
Please see the solution - I marked a customer answer since they noted the release of the anticipated fix on our support site before we could post.
There is a more complete write up in our knowledge base that explains the background on the panel, the prior workaround and now official solution with links to the support site and advice / notes on the installation.
While there may still be some value in related discussions as shown in the post above related to optimized color profiless, I think this discussion has run its course, so I'm closing down this thread as some have suggested.
As Joebarkho notes, some of the follow on questions have been covered before and the answers can easily be found through a quick search of the forum. For example, here is an article that explains adaptive brightness and how to disable it on the Yoga 2 pro.
Thanks to all who reported this, shared their knowledge helping others install the updates, and for all the great screen comparisons and photos.