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1st August 2012, 12:26 AM |#21  
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I'm running paranoid android 1.9.4 with stock color and kernel, its not bad. And I have the disable color banding option enabled in performance

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1st August 2012, 03:01 AM |#22  
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I believe that color banding option just applies arz's Gradient Fix; they built it in.
2nd August 2012, 02:55 AM |#23  
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Found the right settings for my gnex with Trinity kernel and Trinity Kernel Toolkit. Went to the trouble of making a reference graphic I can trust in Photoshop. Then it was pretty easy. The main thing I found is that the gamma settings are far too low to see any detail in the near-blacks. Cranked all three gammas all the way up and then everything started to make sense.

contrast about -10
cab off, spice off
gammas all on 20
multipliers all on 150

Simple as that. Looks excellent. White whites, black blacks, gray grays, good detail in the near-blacks and near-whites, colors accurate. Voila!
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2nd August 2012, 11:34 AM |#24  
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Found the right settings for my gnex with Trinity kernel and Trinity Kernel Toolkit. Went to the trouble of making a reference graphic I can trust in Photoshop. Then it was pretty easy. The main thing I found is that the gamma settings are far too low to see any detail in the near-blacks. Cranked all three gammas all the way up and then everything started to make sense.

contrast about -10
cab off, spice off
gammas all on 20
multipliers all on 150

Simple as that. Looks excellent. White whites, black blacks, gray grays, good detail in the near-blacks and near-whites, colors accurate. Voila!

Looks rather yellow on mine

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2nd August 2012, 06:40 PM |#25  
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I'm going to post my numbers here si ce I did in Franco thread and a lot of people like them.

135 135 200
0 0 0
C.A.S Checked
Trinity -10
Omap Gamma 1.2

Best whites I've seen.

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2nd August 2012, 09:03 PM |#26  
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Looks rather yellow on mine

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Thanks. The phones do have different tints, so I should have said use 150 as a base setting for the color multipliers, and adjust each one 150 +/-10 until there's no color tint in the grays and whites.
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Thanks. The phones do have different tints, so I should have said use 150 as a base setting for the color multipliers, and adjust each one 150 +/-10 until there's no color tint in the grays and whites.

Will have a fiddle at some point, 135, 135, 214, 0,0,0 trinity 0 looks good to me

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Bumping this so more people add values.
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This needs to be the color thread to end all color threads.
15th August 2012, 05:22 PM |#30  
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I have yet to find optimum color settings

*edit: Here are the best I have come up with so far. I tried to match my GNex to my iMac screen color.

Trinity on Rasjellybean Rom

Contrast -17

Gamma:
Red 20
Green 17
Bluer 18

Multipliers:
Red 171
Green 156
Blue 154

Overall display brightness in Android settings set to about 80%
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Mine, still trying to iron some stuff out. Obviously there's gonna be some blue tint but I like it lol. Greys do seem a little green though

Trinity on cm10

Contrast set at -27

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