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[KERNEL][AT&T][AOSP/TW][4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4][07/11/2014] KT747 - ND8 - KTweaker

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13th February 2013, 06:13 PM |#8741  
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Re: [KERNEL][AT&T][AOSP/Touchwiz][JELLYBEAN & ICS][2/8/2013] KT747 - LJ7 - KTweaker
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Screen shot? What ROM are you using just curious

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I'm pretty sure a screen shot will not show how a screen renders colors

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13th February 2013, 06:53 PM |#8743  
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Smurf edition fixed a problem I didn't even know I had! Thanks ktoonsez.
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Smurf edition rocks. Glad I stumbled on the post as I don't see it linked in the OP. I am usually not far from a charger as I work at a desk and spend a lot of time in the car. As such, I rock full brightness a lot. This version looks amazing. Never knew that the SG3 screen could look so good.
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Can the color mod be implemented into a two kernel?

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Can the color mod be implemented into a two kernel?

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What is a 2 kernel? And if you mean a second kernel, what does that mean?
13th February 2013, 07:13 PM |#8747  
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What is a 2 kernel? And if you mean a second kernel, what does that mean?

I think he means TW kernel and he got auto-corrected
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Been using fast charge today at work plugged into the computer for the first time. Just curious if it is supposed to charge just as fast as being plugged into a/c wall charger, or if it is just supposed to be faster than not using fast charge. I'm not complaining, using fast charge disables mtp which is good considering I don't want my phone fully accessible from a work computer. I'm just wondering if it is supposed to be charging faster than this.

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Been using fast charge today at work plugged into the computer for the first time. Just curious if it is supposed to charge just as fast as being plugged into a/c wall charger, or if it is just supposed to be faster than not using fast charge. I'm not complaining, using fast charge disables mtp which is good considering I don't want my phone fully accessible from a work computer. I'm just wondering if it is supposed to be charging faster than this.

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It disables the data transfer rails and uses them for power. just like AC. so yeah in theory it should charge just as fast. The more the screen is on with you doing stuff the slower it'll charge. just like when it's on the wall. Just don't make the mistake i did and use fast charge on AC. I used to do that with my captivate all the time. Oh boy would that thing charge quick.

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Been using fast charge today at work plugged into the computer for the first time. Just curious if it is supposed to charge just as fast as being plugged into a/c wall charger, or if it is just supposed to be faster than not using fast charge. I'm not complaining, using fast charge disables mtp which is good considering I don't want my phone fully accessible from a work computer. I'm just wondering if it is supposed to be charging faster than this.

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It disables the data transfer rails and uses them for power. just like AC. so yeah in theory it should charge just as fast. The more the screen is on with you doing stuff the slower it'll charge. just like when it's on the wall. Just don't make the mistake i did and use fast charge on AC. I used to do that with my captivate all the time. Oh boy would that thing charge quick.

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What baconatorXVI said and I believe someone did a timing test and it was somewhere around 2/3 of the speed of an A/C charger, so its fast but just not completly A/C fast.
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