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Get the super amoled contrast on your g3 display

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By digweed4me, Senior Member on 15th July 2014, 08:46 PM
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4th May 2015, 04:15 PM |#121  
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I used this and find that it has a pretty detrimental effect on pictures. It kind of makes them dark and grainy. Especially for outside pictures. I am jealous of my wife's galaxy S5. I like the look of those darker rich colors. That's the only thing I like about it.. Lol. This does help the UI as far as the system goes. It looks better be imho it hurts photos quite a bit....

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4th May 2015, 05:19 PM |#122  
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guys ...we really need to ask a developer to make a stock kernel + savoca's advanced color control. i think it should be relatively easy as savoca says its only one file. it should work for stock he already made one but for TMO i think not d855. then we can control saturation and contrast.
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4th May 2015, 06:11 PM |#123  
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4th May 2015, 10:38 PM |#124  
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that or if anybody has time to actually learn how to modify a kernel and do it. sadly i can't do that myself i have no knowledge whatsoever but enough to know this won't take long at all if you know what you are doing. any help will be appreciated. atleast contact a developer >.< i can't do it also because low number of posts will make me post in another useless thread that nobody looks at and end result will be : yes . nothing. I am so desperate that i photoshop screenshofts for more saturation and contrast lol why did they have to make it so washed out?? btw the screenshots look awesome when edited sooo its that or just gonna wait for G4 UI hoping for some color adjustment which probably won't be enough.
23rd May 2015, 09:24 AM |#125  
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In AOSP what's the better way to do something like this?

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25th May 2015, 08:16 AM |#126  
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Go to setting -accessibility-color adjustment
Like the pic below where the green circle at

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This is the sweet spot for me.
Neither over contrasted, nor dull.
Gives a hit to some of the pictures in my gallery, but who cares anyway...

PS. G3's screen would've been perfect if it had richer color reproduction. Nearer to AMOLEDs.
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