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[APP][09/10/2014] Kernel Settings

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9th October 2014, 06:11 PM   |  #1  
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Small app for adjustment Ultimate Kernel.

http://www.mediafire.com/?9dw5nm5ou9zcp1q

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How to troubleshoot:
Suppose you installed the app and it does not work. Here are some things to test for:
1. make sure you have the Ultimate Kernel installed
2. make sure you have no other app interfering (Kernel Tuner, Trickster Mod etc.)
3. Make sure the file /system/etc/init.d/99kernel exists
4. Make sure you have busybox installed
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Nice work! It works as it should except for 1 thing: left->right should be right->left, though this is probably my fault, because I wrote it down the wrong way in the Ultimate Kernel thread

One request: Can you add a button to execute the script (99kernel), so that I don't have to reboot to have the settings applied.

Setting is stored immediately. But to apply the changes, restart is required. A correct values ​​are as?
0 - disabled, 1 - enabled, both directions, 2 - enabled, left->right only, 3 - enabled, right->left only
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Setting is stored immediately. But to apply the changes, restart is required. A correct values ​​are as?
0 - disabled, 1 - enabled, both directions, 2 - enabled, left->right only, 3 - enabled, right->left only

They are:
0 - disabled, 1 - enabled, both directions, 2 - enabled, right->left only, 3 - enabled, left->right only

Yes, I know settings are stored immediately, but instead of having to restart, it would be nice to have an option to apply the settings right away, without a restart:
Code:
# sh /system/etc/init.d/99kernel
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They are:
0 - disabled, 1 - enabled, both directions, 2 - enabled, right->left only, 3 - enabled, left->right only

Yes, I know settings are stored immediately, but instead of having to restart, it would be nice to have an option to apply the settings right away, without a restart:

Code:
# sh /system/etc/init.d/99kernel

Then it is unnecessary to store 99kernel init.d directory. Can I run the script directly.
Fixed:http://www.mediafire.com/download/9d...Settings+1.apk
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Then it is unnecessary to store 99kernel init.d directory. Can I run the script directly.
Fixed:http://www.mediafire.com/download/9d...Settings+1.apk

Works like a charm
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Hmm great app, but didnt work for me. I set sweep2wake disabled and dt2wake bottom half screen - sweep2wake still works and dt2wake still works on full screen.
I saved my settings and rebot my phone.
I used latest version of ultimate kernel.
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Hmm great app, but didnt work for me. I set sweep2wake disabled and dt2wake bottom half screen - sweep2wake still works and dt2wake still works on full screen.
I saved my settings and rebot my phone.
I used latest version of ultimate kernel.

Look, if in the system/etc/init.d is created file 99kernel.
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Yes, the file was created.
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Yes, the file was created.

You have other apps interfering (kernel tuner, trickster mod etc.)?
What are the contents of 99kernel?

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