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[INFO][BUG][GUIDE][REPACKED KERNEL] Q&A ViperX

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13th February 2013, 01:33 PM |#871  
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Is it just me or are other people finding stock kernel better at the mowment

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I'm also on stock kernel and it's fine for me. Anyway, i'm going to test other kernels soon.
 
 
13th February 2013, 01:45 PM |#872  
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Im gonna go bk 2 stock. Ive tryed a few and feel lile thay are struggling abit. Or may be just me setting up the govenors and min and high frequency wrong. think ill do a bit more reading on setting them up

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13th February 2013, 02:17 PM |#873  
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Don't know for sure and/or the exact values. But common sense tells me, default is obviously the stock values of when to dim, brighten and turn off the lights, by the light sensor values, and automatic I would guess means as soon as you go into dark, it goes light and vica versa. Instead of waiting for a certain value.

Again, not 100%.

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did some testing with the automatic setting. It seems like its working like you said, When the light value changes you can see it is switching in some way. However the brightness looks exactly the same as before that switch.
I keep it default for now..
13th February 2013, 03:39 PM |#874  
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Hope you guys have been using the bug report feature in tweaks. Very handy!

Just don't use it when your microwave blows up, we're not responsible for that!

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13th February 2013, 04:38 PM |#875  
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Hope you guys have been using the bug report feature in tweaks. Very handy!

Just don't use it when your microwave blows up, we're not responsible for that!

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Just what I needed today a good laugh

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13th February 2013, 05:49 PM |#876  
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Hope you guys have been using the bug report feature in tweaks. Very handy!

Just don't use it when your microwave blows up, we're not responsible for that!

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It is better to ask here first if it is really a bug

No one confirms the blackwhite weather widget in redvenomtheme. (see one page back)
13th February 2013, 07:06 PM |#877  
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It is better to ask here first if it is really a bug

No one confirms the blackwhite weather widget in redvenomtheme. (see one page back)

Yes, unless it's the same bug being asked over and over again!

Not sure about the theme question, but you could also try posting in the theme thread.

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13th February 2013, 09:20 PM |#878  
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Yes, unless it's the same bug being asked over and over again!

Not sure about the theme question, but you could also try posting in the theme thread.

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Oh no... Is there another thread again i need give a try?

It looks like i have nothing better to do and dont have enough threads to follow.
13th February 2013, 09:27 PM |#879  
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Oh no... Is there another thread again i need give a try?

It looks like i have nothing better to do and dont have enough threads to follow.

Just advice, no need to take it if you don't want to. Your choice.

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Read this article
And read: "802.11n" section

I know what it is 802.11n but what I don't understand it is why is disabled by operator (ex. Orange, Vodafone) and with the setting activated or not I cannot see any difference in speed. I have an Asus rt-n16 so it is no problem from router.

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I know what it is 802.11n but what I don't understand it is why is disabled by operator (ex. Orange, Vodafone) and with the setting activated or not I cannot see any difference in speed. I have an Asus rt-n16 so it is no problem from router.

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Not sure why the network would disable it, unless it's to do with tethering. So they can charge you if you go over a certain amount maybe.

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