Originally Posted by Intub8
Just a quick question. Anyone's opinion welcome. What is the advantage/disadvantage of using a kernel with 5 steps like cherry picker over one with more. I.E. siyah with 18 steps.
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Depending on how you set your governor, the governor could end up burning more power trying to switch among more number of frequency steps.
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I have a question for everyone. A while ago I remember that on some version of SHOstock2, if I clicked on an audio file, it started playing on a little 4x1 player without prompting for which player I wanted to use. Now I can't recreate that behavior.
Example: If I am in a file browser like Solid Explorer, on clicking any audio file, the audio would start playing in its little 4x1 player with Solid Explorer still visible in the background.
Any idea as to how to enable that? Or if there was a system music app that did that?
Nevermind, found the answer. That happens if I set Google Music as the default player.
Nexus 4 16GB | PA July 19 | m_plus beta10
1-Script-to-Tweak-Them-All (motley's kernel) Change fsync, fast charge, vibrator intensity, min/max freq, governor, interactive tweaks, thermal throttling ctrl, auto hotplug ctrl, sd scheduler, read ahead blk size, TCP congestion ctrl, touchscreen accuracy filter(franco), sound gain(faux), RGB/Gamma(moles) using *1* script