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Not for cm

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Isn't liquid aosp based?

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Isn't liquid aosp based?

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It contains some CM tweaks if you read the Liquid ROM OP. Those CM tweaks are probably what's causing the bootloop. I'm assuming the ROM has to be pure AOSP based.
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Pure Aosp based? That's a bit difficult. I'm also on Liquid smooth.

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Pure Aosp based? That's a bit difficult. I'm also on Liquid smooth.

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This kernel works with MMuzzyROM and PA. I'm sure morfic (morfique?) will update it eventually to work on CM.
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This kernel works with MMuzzyROM and PA. I'm sure morfic (morfique?) will update it eventually to work on CM.
Should work on aokp too, right?

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Should work on aokp too, right?

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I'm not a dev nor do I have any dev knowledge, so I don't know. It's not the fact that it has "CM" parts in it that doesn't make it work, but CM has a tweak in there that makes this kernel bootloop. If AOKP also has the tweak, then it's going to bootloop as well.

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Hey Morfic do you think we'll see a gamma and display calibration tool in the near future?
 
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Hey Morfic do you think we'll see a gamma and display calibration tool in the near future?
ktoonz stated that samsung took something out for this so it will be very likely to do that.

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ktoonz stated that samsung took something out for this so it will be very likely to do that.
Someone found the drivers with mDNIe support for our screen (or at least they were named the same way as ours) on a Samsung's site.
 
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Someone found the drivers with mDNIe support for our screen (or at least they were named the same way as ours) on a Samsung's site.
who is that someone and which is that samsung site?

each time i talk to supercurio about mDNIe, he ends up commenting how it's not "real mDNIe", if it was it would be nice (not implying i talked to him about N10)
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