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[22APR'12][ZIP] ★★★★HyperDroid-CM7-v6.0.0[a2sd][CyanogenMod7 LEO 2.3.7][seader_R9]

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12th April 2012, 11:11 AM |#19581  
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yes its ticked...but in costume light level when I decrease the amounts and save...they again go back to the default levels...and therefore my screen is too bright.
whats the problem?

First lower the amount of levels and save. Then go back again and ajust the values for brightness

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12th April 2012, 11:21 AM |#19582  
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How can I make the fonts like your's?

Install Font Installer *Root*, use Font Installer to select and install Roboto (ICS's default font), and restart your phone.

P.S. Use DPI Changer Utility to ensure DPI is set to HDPI (240).

Simples
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12th April 2012, 12:10 PM |#19583  
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First lower the amount of levels and save. Then go back again and ajust the values for brightness

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Thanks man! It worked and now that eye catching brightness is gone and my batterylife would be better. and I have all this because of your help. Thank you

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12th April 2012, 02:16 PM |#19584  
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Im about to flash something new into my phone so i would like yo ask when we should expect new version?
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12th April 2012, 03:15 PM |#19585  
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Please make sure 6.0 has support for MAGLDR too
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Im about to flash something new into my phone so i would like yo ask when we should expect new version?
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See http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=19571
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12th April 2012, 04:55 PM |#19587  
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Sounds like wiping :P




Check the version in my sig, it's not from rick but kokotas most actual stuff. Very nice made and much more stable than the old one in Toolkit.

Do you think you could drop some knowledge on me? i'm not sure what to do, as i have no idea about how to compile a kernel (not even sure if the post in your sig is about that).

Is there a file to be downloaded or some instructions to follow? sorry for the noobie-ism^^
12th April 2012, 04:56 PM |#19588  
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I have problems with my camera. Everytime I take a picture with the flash on, it has a green tint after the picture was taken. Anybody has this problem and how to fix it? Kernel related or camera.apk related?

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12th April 2012, 09:57 PM |#19589  
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I have problems with my camera. Everytime I take a picture with the flash on, it has a green tint after the picture was taken. Anybody has this problem and how to fix it? Kernel related or camera.apk related?

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Just tested mine and it seems to be okay using HyperDroid v5.10.2x with Dorimanx kernel 6.4
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12th April 2012, 10:16 PM |#19590  
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I have problems with my camera. Everytime I take a picture with the flash on, it has a green tint after the picture was taken. Anybody has this problem and how to fix it? Kernel related or camera.apk related?

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Seems like the amount of people with that issue is increasing. I think it's hardware related.
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12th April 2012, 11:22 PM |#19591  
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Seems like the amount of people with that issue is increasing. I think it's hardware related.

A test photo wouldn't be bad. I has issues with some kernels it seemed the flash timing was bad/laggy and made yellow and orange tones a bit green(maybe bad timing in combination with auto white balance...)

I would counter-check with other kernel/ ROM and in very light and moody situations...

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