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By MДЯCЦSДИT, Recognized Developer on 12th April 2012, 07:25 AM
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12th April 2012, 10:01 AM |#21  
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The green film covering was because your gamma setting in voodoo color is too low, I'm not sure about the 1,4 ghz oc as I'm now rock solid @1,2ghz
 
 
12th April 2012, 10:21 AM |#22  
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The green film covering was because your gamma setting in voodoo color is too low, I'm not sure about the 1,4 ghz oc as I'm now rock solid @1,2ghz

Thanks. I'm on 1.2 now and so far so good. What setting are you using for gamma? I didn't touch that setting to begin with.

Edit: I changed gamma to "Default for 2.3.3" and the green film effect is gone. Thanks for the pointer.

Marcusant, could you provide a patch, or in the next version, to allow for natural color schemes without any overlays? Thanks.

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Your on fire my friend Talk to you on irc soon. Oh and ofcourse Im going to run this.

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12th April 2012, 10:58 AM |#24  
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This kernel is amazing, the color is unreal its like I have a brand new phone. I didn't even know kernels could make the display different. Sound is awsome as well. I have tried a lot of kernels and this one is by far the best. Good job bro.

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Thanks. I'm on 1.2 now and so far so good. What setting are you using for gamma? I didn't touch that setting to begin with.

Edit: I changed gamma to "Default for 2.3.3" and the green film effect is gone. Thanks for the pointer.

Marcusant, could you provide a patch, or in the next version, to allow for natural color schemes without any overlays? Thanks.

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My voodoo color gamma setting is

R -24
G -25
B -23

Any lower than that will result a green tint when waking up the display.
There's a thread on nexus s forum about best setting of samoled + voodoo color. Can't remember the link as I'm on my phone now
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Be careful with UC settings, they seem a bit more finicky with this kernel, as least to me...
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12th April 2012, 02:41 PM |#27  
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Not sure why, but I can't get 100mhz to be used... anyone else have that trouble?

Just flashed over from shadow, which didn't, it used 100mhz like a dream...
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Not sure why, but I can't get 100mhz to be used... anyone else have that trouble?

Just flashed over from shadow, which didn't, it used 100mhz like a dream...

NSTools won't let me set 100 MHz.

However, I can use Voltage Control and init.d script and get it to stick.
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Originally Posted by incisivekeith

Thanks. I'm on 1.2 now and so far so good. What setting are you using for gamma? I didn't touch that setting to begin with.

Edit: I changed gamma to "Default for 2.3.3" and the green film effect is gone. Thanks for the pointer.

Marcusant, could you provide a patch, or in the next version, to allow for natural color schemes without any overlays? Thanks.

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It isn't an overlay, it's a direct modification to the screen driver.

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NSTools won't let me set 100 MHz.

However, I can use Voltage Control and init.d script and get it to stick.

I don't think my init.d is working...

reflashed the kernel, seems to work now...
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