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[Q&A] [KERNEL][05/01][1.4.1][TW][SM-N910C] Adam Kernel

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14th January 2015, 02:22 AM   |  #1  
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Q&A for [KERNEL][05/01][1.4.1][TW][SM-N910C] Adam Kernel

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14th January 2015, 02:41 AM   |  #2  
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There is nothing to worry about. You can always flash your stock kernel back, if any new kernel will not work, or will work unstable. Just try - and in any case you can always flash back to stock. That's that simple.

That being said, so... How can i flash just the stock kernel back?

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What about the Flickering issue? I had the same with ultimate kernel playing clash of clans. I'm gonna try this.
14th January 2015, 08:32 PM   |  #3  
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That being said, so... How can i flash just the stock kernel back?

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What about the Flickering issue? I had the same with ultimate kernel playing clash of clans. I'm gonna try this.

Just flash stock kernel exactly the same way.

Flickering issue - do you have Developer Options enabled? If yes - than go there and turn GPU acceleration mode for 2D - ON.
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Just flash stock kernel exactly the same way.

Flickering issue - do you have Developer Options enabled? If yes - than go there and turn GPU acceleration mode for 2D - ON.

Thanks! Clash of clans got better. My friend, do you how to use graphics in high when playing asphalt 8? My note 4 exynos stays only in low.

Enviado de meu SM-N910C usando Tapatalk
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Thanks! Clash of clans got better. My friend, do you how to use graphics in high when playing asphalt 8? My note 4 exynos stays only in low.

Enviado de meu SM-N910C usando Tapatalk

Use Wanam XPosed to add any game to DVFS blacklist (last menu in Wanam). Then reboot. But be aware - this can cause some overall instability (very rare random reboots), which can be eliminated again by cleaning that blacklist. But DVFS blacklist is really effective for games productivity.
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