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Custom Kernel with BLN?

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15th August 2014, 08:54 AM   |  #1  
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Hello friends,

just a question, is there a Custom Kernel for ou OPO out there with BLN support?

I had this on my Nexus before, and i loved it

Thx in advanced

15th August 2014, 11:18 AM   |  #2  
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Have you looked at the features of the available kernels in our section

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Yes, but i just found one with BLX ... even i'm not sure what it is
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MultiCulti

Yes, but i just found one with BLX ... even i'm not sure what it is

Read about BLX http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...r-blx-t1257497
.... I doubt that any kernels will implement BLN. That was useful for a phone like the Nexus S since it didn't have a LED notification light and it becomes redundant to have a additional notification light which won't be as efficient as using the built-in notification LED.

The OPO has a LED notification light which is more efficient in terms of battery life.
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THX, i just did remember what BLX was/is!

But anyway, i donīt think BLN would drain the battery much ... still would be a nice feature, at least for some of us

Anyway ... thx for the Info
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