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[Kernel][Sense][4.4.2]iHate Kernel

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By iHateWebOS, Senior Member on 22nd April 2014, 08:37 AM
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29th April 2014, 06:58 PM |#61  
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The little red light is a stock behavior. Set your screen timeout to anything besides auto and it goes away. This kernel did not fry your proximity sensor.

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I'm not saying it did but my little red light does not go away no matter what I set my screen to timeout to because I'm having hardware issues. The only way the red light turns off is if every time I turn my screen on I flash a light directly onto my screen.

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I'm not saying it did but my little red light does not go away no matter what I set my screen to timeout to because I'm having hardware issues. The only way the red light turns off is if every time I turn my screen on I flash a light directly onto my screen. I was just letting @hyphydragon know that if he was experiencing these issues it's probably hardware failure

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29th April 2014, 11:49 PM |#62  
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Having major battery drainage issues testing the kernel. I'm running ViperDNA 4.0.0 so it might be a rom/kernel interaction issue. I was in recovery flashing a zip and rebooted only to find the phone died with about 20% power still left. It died again while I was booted @ 12%. I noticed the gamma reverts too so I guess no color enhancement for KitKat.
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Having major battery drainage issues testing the kernel. I'm running ViperDNA 4.0.0 so it might be a rom/kernel interaction issue. I was in recovery flashing a zip and rebooted only to find the phone died with about 20% power still left. It died again while I was booted @ 12%. I noticed the gamma reverts too so I guess no color enhancement for KitKat.

This kernel here is a port based on m7 source. Now that there is official source, im not working on this kernel. I've started a new thread in original dev section with my latest kernel.

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This kernel here is a port based on m7 source. Now that there is official source, im not working on this kernel. I've started a new thread in original dev section with my latest kernel.

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Whoops I actually was talking about the new kernel (4-29) but I must've posted in here accidentally.
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