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31st January 2012, 11:50 PM |#21  
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ive also noticed on some kernels the weird tint effects will come with low battery and go away when more fully charged. and yes, it is due to low gamma usually.

That is probably because the screen dims when on low battery. Right now on MIUI.US I get the green tint when I shut the screen off.

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1st February 2012, 12:27 AM |#22  
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I've got a weird bug to report... if you set up your default on voltage control then wipe/clear the cpu history and shut the screen off go back into vc and it reverts back to unsaved settings it actually does also when you don't clear the cpu history whatsup with that?
Actually it does it if you simply back out of the app the reopen it. It reverts back to unsaved...
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I've got a weird bug to report... if you set up your default on voltage control then wipe/clear the cpu history and shut the screen off go back into vc and it reverts back to unsaved settings it actually does also when you don't clear the cpu history whatsup with that?

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I noticed this too. I don't think the stock kernel (and thus mine) are processing init.d scripts. Get the newest voltage contol and save the settings as a startup service instead of init.d script. I will look into adding init.d support.

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1st February 2012, 12:55 AM |#24  
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I noticed this too. I don't think the stock kernel (and thus mine) are processing init.d scripts. Get the newest voltage contol and save the settings as a startup service instead of init.d script. I will look into adding init.d support.

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I don't have it setup as an init.d script its setup as startup service I'm talking about oping the app going into appling my default settings closing the app reopening it and it reverts back to unsaved not shutting down nor shutting the screen off

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Wink did anyone say ..... "banner" ?

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I don't have it setup as an init.d script its setup as startup service I'm talking about oping the app going into appling my default settings closing the app reopening it and it reverts back to unsaved not shutting down nor shutting the screen off

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Oh sorry, I misunderstood. But I can't reproduce this. My settings are staying saved. Where are you clearing your cpu history? I reset the timers in cpu but maybe you're talking about something else.


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Oh sorry, I misunderstood. But I can't reproduce this. My settings are staying saved. Where are you clearing your cpu history? I reset the timers in cpu but maybe you're talking about something else.


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It happens reguardless its weird ill unistall and reinstall and reflash to see if that helps...

No such luck looks like I need to start fresh I guess cuz it occurs on aprosamurais kernel as well and even in the preformance settings it reverts its so weird...

I'm soooo stupid the 100mhz frequency is broken and I set that as my lowest and it reverts to 200 by default
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this kernel seems more stable than apro samurai's, but it lacks voodoo sound? I wish it wasn't so!
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I was having the green screen problem as well. Its because the screen is too dim. I turn automatic brightness off and had it the lowest it would go. After turning my screen up to a higher brightness, it went away.

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Thanks Bbelos! I swear you are soo fast at these updates!

So what settings are you all finding works best with CM9? what I/o Scheduler and CPU governor combination works best?

What voltages, undervolts? What is deactivated ? I know some of you are kernel setting masters, share your settings with us kernel noobs! Thank you
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