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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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1st July 2015, 10:02 AM |#131  
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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.

NOT found in Blisspop 3.6 CM 12.1
 
 
2nd July 2015, 08:43 AM |#132  
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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.

Try the Gabriel5 kernel by mostafaz.
We have full colour control, saturation etc.
2nd July 2015, 05:43 PM |#133  
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NOT found on Euphoria OS 1.1 neither
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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.

NOT found in Blisspop 3.6 CM 12.1


Have you found any app to do this?
3rd July 2015, 02:13 AM |#134  
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Have you found any app to do this?

I found the app to adjust the saturation, contrast of the screen and alot other things, its called Kernel Adiutor
5th July 2015, 02:13 PM |#135  
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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.

Wow. I agree. This seems to be the sweet spot for me.
5th July 2015, 06:05 PM |#136  
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Originally Posted by DroidDomain

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.

Agreed. I gave my Note 4 to my wife because she needed a new phone and doesn't like anything other than Samsung phones, so I got a G3 because it was basically free on a new 2 year contract and the difference in colours on the screen is amazing. Amoled does a much better job. Just looks nicer and more colourful.
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