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I'm want to understand how fast charge works. The kernel I'm using supports that feature but I'm afraid of using it because I don't know how it works.

Can anyone please explain me?
Better check out the original thread-> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1564973

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when i enable init.d option, I can't find the script in /etc/init.d folder, so where does nstools put the script?

Thanks in advance
Same, no script in init.d. Captivate cm9 nightlies.
 
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What would the recommended Battery life extender value be? I want long battery life but also dont want to destroy the battery quickly ...
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the script should be there. what device do you use?
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what is default file name?
i'm using nexus S i9023

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What would the recommended Battery life extender value be? I want long battery life but also dont want to destroy the battery quickly ...
afaik, BLX doesn't increase battery capacity, it's only accesories to make the number 100%
 
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I have device i-9000 w/ ICS 4.0.4 Rom and Glitch v14 B6 kernel..

Regarding the BLN function,

Settings are as follows;

-Status ON
-Led time out 30 sec
-Bling Status ON
-Blink interval 500 ms

Happenings, when SMS or any Miscall comes the Leds are on, it is ok.
But 30 sec later it is supposed to start blinking but NEVER starts blinking WHY ?
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Default BUG report

@arifhn,

NSTools is applying governor settings before applying LiveOC and that means that:

We set LiveOC to 114% step 400000Mhz is now 456000MHz.

If the governor settings are set before applying LiveOC this frequency doesn't exist and after a reboot it automatically applies the next frequency available (probably 800000MHz).

I think you have to apply governor settings after applying LiveOC for the new frequencies to be valid.

Am I wrong?

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I have device i-9000 w/ ICS 4.0.4 Rom and Glitch v14 B6 kernel..

Regarding the BLN function,

Settings are as follows;

-Status ON
-Led time out 30 sec
-Bling Status ON
-Blink interval 500 ms

Happenings, when SMS or any Miscall comes the Leds are on, it is ok.
But 30 sec later it is supposed to start blinking but NEVER starts blinking WHY ?
Any comment?
as far as I know, led time out means the time which after led if OFF

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@arifhn
what is default file name?
i'm using nexus S i9023

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afaik, BLX doesn't increase battery capacity, it's only accesories to make the number 100%
its help the battery health in long term.... theoretically

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Hi arifhn

Plz support ch33kybutt's CMPlus-Tuna kernel when you are free

The best app for Setting Kernels

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1586508

NS I/O Scheduler sysfs

/sys/block/mtdblock4/queue/scheduler
/sys/block/mmcblk0/queue/scheduler


GN I/O Scheduler sysfs

/sys/block/mmcblk0/queue/scheduler
/sys/block/mmcblk0boot0/queue/scheduler
/sys/block/mmcblk0boot1/queue/scheduler
/sys/block/mtdblock0/queue/scheduler
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Has anyone experience an issue with disabling Touch-wake? My phone keeps waking after I turn off the screen with Lock Screen Widget due to touch sign after clicking on the widget.
Tried to enable and disable touch wake but without any luck.

I did wipe cache and reflash kernel along with restoring default settings for NStools but no joy:(

I am on AOKP b32 with Devil 0.65

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