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Get the super amoled contrast on your g3 display

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31st October 2014, 06:46 PM   |  #101  
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Originally Posted by papercut19

These are the steps using sqlite editor. If you don't want to use this specific app there are free ones on the play store.

1.open sqlite editor
2.find "SETTINGS STORAGE [com.android.providers.settings]" and select. Ref. To step2sqlite.jpg
3. Select "Settings.db"
4. Select "secure"
5. Edit accessibily_color_hue , accessibility_color_contrast and accessibility_color_intensity to whatever number you see fit. Ref. To step5sqlite.jpg
6. Toggle color adjustment setting off and back on for changes to take effect.

This db file can also be located through a file manager.

Data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases

Using root explorer I was able to navigate that path and then follow from step 3.

It was a lil too dark for my taste, I tweaked it to hue=0, contrast=.285 and intensity=-7,
Looking good in my eyes... Thank you for this tip!

Edit: damn, I quoted the post without the values in it, oh well...

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1st November 2014, 03:17 AM   |  #102  
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Thank you very much on this. I had Galaxy S5 before G3 and i hated G3s screen, but this is awesome now. Color Adjust and you have made me to LOVE my phone now.
THANK YOU.
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1st November 2014, 03:38 AM   |  #103  
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Sticky this mods pleaseeeee. Lol. Our screen is one of the best out right now. Prob droid turbo has us beat but we need more people trying this. Takes like ten minutes to get it right. Not that bad

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2nd November 2014, 04:32 PM   |  #104  
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Perhaps I deleted the setting for this via Titanium backup, but I don't see a contrast setting at all.

I'm running:

LG-D850
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Kernel 3.4.0
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2nd November 2014, 05:47 PM   |  #105  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by OMGWTFISTHIS

Perhaps I deleted the setting for this via Titanium backup, but I don't see a contrast setting at all.

Look at:
Settings / Accessibility / Color Adjustment

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...7&postcount=41
2nd November 2014, 08:17 PM   |  #106  
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Originally Posted by Swamp-Thing

Look at:
Settings / Accessibility / Color Adjustment

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...7&postcount=41

Unfortunately, I don't have that at all. I assume it has something to do with my firmware, I'm not sure. The above screenshot is basically the only thing I have in my accessibility settings. :\

Edit: Fixed it, I'll probably make a thread once I can finally post links.
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7th November 2014, 10:30 AM   |  #107  
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Originally Posted by papercut19

These are the steps using sqlite editor. If you don't want to use this specific app there are free ones on the play store.

1.open sqlite editor
2.find "SETTINGS STORAGE [com.android.providers.settings]" and select. Ref. To step2sqlite.jpg
3. Select "Settings.db"
4. Select "secure"
5. Edit accessibily_color_hue , accessibility_color_contrast and accessibility_color_intensity to whatever number you see fit. Ref. To step5sqlite.jpg
6. Toggle color adjustment setting off and back on for changes to take effect.

This db file can also be located through a file manager.

Data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases

Using root explorer I was able to navigate that path and then follow from step 3.

hello i have a problem don't find settings storage can you help me when i clik on data message tell me no root avalaible

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hello i have a problem don't find settings storage can you help me when i clik on data message tell me no root avalaible

i found it thanks screen is better but do you have other settings to have a more flashy color?
thanks
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17th November 2014, 01:31 PM   |  #108  
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Anyone found a decent setting for Lollipop since the color settings screenshot is changed I can't "aim" anymore lol.
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18th November 2014, 04:04 PM   |  #109  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by papercut19

These are the steps using sqlite editor. If you don't want to use this specific app there are free ones on the play store.

1.open sqlite editor
2.find "SETTINGS STORAGE [com.android.providers.settings]" and select. Ref. To step2sqlite.jpg
3. Select "Settings.db"
4. Select "secure"
5. Edit accessibily_color_hue , accessibility_color_contrast and accessibility_color_intensity to whatever number you see fit. Ref. To step5sqlite.jpg
6. Toggle color adjustment setting off and back on for changes to take effect.

This db file can also be located through a file manager.

Data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases

Using root explorer I was able to navigate that path and then follow from step 3.

I don't get the changes to take effect though. Managed to find, and change the settings, then toggled the adjustment setting off and on again. But it still remains unchanged.
2nd December 2014, 04:16 AM   |  #110  
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Originally Posted by OMGWTFISTHIS

Unfortunately, I don't have that at all. I assume it has something to do with my firmware, I'm not sure. The above screenshot is basically the only thing I have in my accessibility settings. :\

Edit: Fixed it, I'll probably make a thread once I can finally post links.

Hi, how do you fixed it?
i have the same problem

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