How To Install [Xposed] Note3 UPSM-Emergency Mode

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By Beesvee, Member on 30th October 2014, 01:50 AM
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First of all I am not a Developer so try this at your own risk. Make a BACKUP! I can confirm this Xposed Module is working flawlessly on myAT&T I747 S3. I am running the Likewise S5 Rom. (actually S3Rx_S5Experience-1). with a hybrid SecSetting apk. , Sec.Settings Provider.apk and Keyguard.apk. (I dont know if that has any bearing on this mod working or not.) By using these hybrid apk's I am able to access UPSM from the settings. I also created a UPSM quick settings toggle using SQLite Editor. I hide the app icon and use the quick setting toggle when using.
1. Install the Xposed Installer from the play store.
2. then install the Xposed installer additional frame work apk. (attached below)
3. Install the Xposed Note3 UPSM apk as normal. Once installed grant SU permission when requested. When you open the app it will prompt you to select 1. older KitKat 2. Newer KitKat. (Select the older KitKat option).
4. Go to the Xposed installer app and activate the Note3 UPSM module.
5. Install the UPSM Application Manager apk as normal. open this up and select the apps you wish to use. Save and reboot.
6. Active UPSM mode using the app icon from the given options. (when using it the first few times you may get a Youtube fc.)
7. You can add the apps you selected using UPSM mgr. by pressing the "+" buttons.
I have been using this mod for a week now and my device is very stable. Grayscale does not work but UPSM and Emergency Mode work perfectly!
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File Type: apk UPSM_Manager_v1.0.apk - [Click for QR Code] (190.7 KB, 573 views)
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3rd November 2014, 04:14 PM |#2  
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Uff,....UPSM is all about grey scaling mode,which makes amoled use less power,which is equal to more battery life
Amoled's consume very less power for showing blacks.
GREY scaling mode should be implemented by the rom developer it takes a lot of time
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12th November 2014, 08:51 PM |#3  
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Lightbulb Greyscale mode
Well I can confirm that Ibuddler's Kernel is capable of "Greyscale Mode". I installed the pro version of CF.lumen from the Play Store and used the Greyscale master filter and it works perfectly. So it seems to be something in the display controller framework code that inhibits it from activating via Power Savings toggle. I'm sure between Enewman17 and Will-it-Blend they will be able to figure this out someday soon.
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