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I used this rom and before it, i used cyanogenmod 10.2 on my galaxy s3 LTE. One feature that i miss from there was the ability to control the gamma of the screen, a feature called Advanced Display in cyanogenmod, like we have in touchwiz. Is it possible to include a feature like that in omni roms?
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This is kernel related. Just flash a kernel that supports gamma control.
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This is kernel related. Just flash a kernel that supports gamma control.
Oh ok, i didn't knew that
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I think we have the control stuff required in the kernel, but we haven't gotten around to integrating the Settings side of it yet.
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