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14th August 2014, 07:01 PM |#1  
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When im playing some heavy game after a while my brightness goes to 85% and i cant move it to 100% because overheating,is there
A way to stay at 100% all the time?
 
 
15th August 2014, 02:32 AM |#2  
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When im playing some heavy game after a while my brightness goes to 85% and i cant move it to 100% because overheating,is there
A way to stay at 100% all the time?

1) Edit /system/etc/thermald-8064.conf

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2) change to a kernel that uses an alternate thermal control(IntelliThermal, Bricked thermal)

It's doing that for a reason though...
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What exacly i must edit ?Some lines?and where can i find a kernel for stock rom?
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What exacly i must edit ?Some lines?and where can i find a kernel for stock rom?

I'm mobile and I can't find a tutorial on changing the settings but info is out there. They are at bottom of file under patherrm or something like that, it's not intuitive.

AICbeta2 will give you intellithermal. Have to switch to it in something like trickster mod.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=229
Uninstaller is a few post later.
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I'm mobile and I can't find a tutorial on changing the settings but info is out there. They are at bottom of file under patherrm or something like that, it's not intuitive.

AICbeta2 will give you intellithermal. Have to switch to it in something like trickster mod.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=229
Uninstaller is a few post later.

Thanks a lot,i would like to know what i need to modify in that file when you got time,thanks a lot
15th August 2014, 04:48 PM |#6  
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Thanks a lot,i would like to know what i need to modify in that file when you got time,thanks a lot

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=51061076

Under [pa_therm0] you will see 2 lines under the threshold temps

Code:
actions          cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd+fps    cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd+fps     cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd+fps     cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd    cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd  cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd  cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd
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action_info      1728000+400000000+1+0+255+60          1512000+400000000+2+2+231+60           1242000+400000000+3+2+219+54           1242000+320000000+3+2+200         1134000+320000000+3+2+185       1134000+200000000+4+2+185        1134000+128000000+4+3+145
First line is the actions it takes, i.e CPU throtlle, GPU throttle. You would be concerned with lcd.

Second line is what value it sets at each threshold. You can see lcd gets stepped down from 255(max brightness) to 231, then 219, 200, 185, 145. Edit what you want back to 255. Like I said previous these values are there for a reason so if some damage occurs you only will have yourself to blame. The tablet is overheating and you are editing the protective actions. I would recommend at first just changing the 231 to 255, and if it continues to be an issue 219 to 255.
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=51061076

Under [pa_therm0] you will see 2 lines under the threshold temps

Code:
actions          cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd+fps    cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd+fps     cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd+fps     cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd    cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd  cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd  cpu+gpu+battery+hotplugcpu+lcd
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action_info      1728000+400000000+1+0+255+60          1512000+400000000+2+2+231+60           1242000+400000000+3+2+219+54           1242000+320000000+3+2+200         1134000+320000000+3+2+185       1134000+200000000+4+2+185        1134000+128000000+4+3+145
First line is the actions it takes, i.e CPU throtlle, GPU throttle. You would be concerned with lcd.

Second line is what value it sets at each threshold. You can see lcd gets stepped down from 255(max brightness) to 231, then 219, 200, 185, 145. Edit what you want back to 255. Like I said previous these values are there for a reason so if some damage occurs you only will have yourself to blame. The tablet is overheating and you are editing the protective actions. I would recommend at first just changing the 231 to 255, and if it continues to be an issue 219 to 255.

Thanks alot appreciate that
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