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Beastmode's Proton Kernel [ICS] Q&A

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19th March 2013, 10:20 AM   |  #21  
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That's the button light fix which can be set from device settings.

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I can't for my life figure out where that setting is :/ Can you give a hint?

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19th March 2013, 10:24 AM   |  #22  
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Re: Beastmode's Proton Kernel [ICS] Q&A
On AOKP I can go to system settings > device options > backlight timeout
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19th March 2013, 10:56 AM   |  #23  
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On AOKP I can go to system settings > device options > backlight timeout

I tried SlimICS and UltraGen, neither seem to have that setting. Or is it just me?

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19th March 2013, 02:18 PM   |  #24  
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Ultragen: System Settings -> Advanced -> Backlight Timeout.
19th March 2013, 02:24 PM   |  #25  
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Ultragen: System Settings -> Advanced -> Backlight Timeout.

Thanks Theraze. Why is it disabled? I re-flashed a few times with and wiped everything every time.
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19th March 2013, 03:45 PM   |  #26  
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Just make sure that the only things you've flashed onto your phone in this set are Ultragen 1.0.1 and Proton ICS v2. No Gapps. No YAGF. No whatever-else-you-like-to-throw-in-later. Ultragen doesn't want or need anything else, and will start to misbehave if you try to customize it. It's the only time I've managed to get a wave of FCs with it...

But yeah, I'm running Ultragen 1.0.1, Proton ICS v2, and my screen there lets me set the timeout down to .5 seconds which makes me happy.
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Just make sure that the only things you've flashed onto your phone in this set are Ultragen 1.0.1 and Proton ICS v2. No Gapps. No YAGF. No whatever-else-you-like-to-throw-in-later. Ultragen doesn't want or need anything else, and will start to misbehave if you try to customize it. It's the only time I've managed to get a wave of FCs with it...

But yeah, I'm running Ultragen 1.0.1, Proton ICS v2, and my screen there lets me set the timeout down to .5 seconds which makes me happy.

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Funny, it suddenly start working. I did nothing, no idea why
28th March 2013, 05:33 PM   |  #28  
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PooP and Proton
Hey guys,
Just wondering if Poop became Proton and if there are any differences in the kernels. I'm currently on Ultragen with PooP and I wondering if there a substantial differences in the two kernels.
28th March 2013, 05:54 PM   |  #29  
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Yes... PooP became Proton. PooP seems to have a bit less random reboots (as in, I can't remember ever having gotten one on PooP that wasn't due to OC-ing, whereas Proton has one every few hours when I'm actually using it) but Proton has better deep sleep and on the whole does better for battery life. Also, you can actually configure the button-lights and how long they stay on.

Course, if you just read the OP, it would have told you...
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build2: Changed name to Proton Kernel as well like my Proton JB
will not have linaro as it just causes random reboots so for now might not have it
lights fixed completely.
lights are now user defined from device options(or any app that allows this)
added governors again
added schedulers again
added fast charge
added some stuff for better battery
added kineto back into the kernel :P
some more misc stuff :P


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