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[KERNEL][4.3/4.4][AOSP] BMS d2tmo 3.4.y [2014-08-03]

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22nd February 2013, 11:27 AM |#11  
Re: [KERNEL][JB42][AOSP] BMS d2tmo [2013-02-20]
How can I enable fast charge after I've flashed the kernel? Thanks!

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22nd February 2013, 02:04 PM |#12  
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How can I enable fast charge after I've flashed the kernel? Thanks!

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Easiest way is to use a kernel app. I'm using Trickstermod from the play store, works just fine.

Edit: You can also turn it off and on by using terminal emulator and issuing either:

echo 1 > /sys/kernel/fast_charge/force_fast_charge (on)

or

echo 0 > /sys/kernel/fast_charge/force_fast_charge (off)
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Easiest way is to use a kernel app. I'm using Trickstermod from the play store, works just fine.

I can't seem to get the setting to stick on boot with trickster mod "no frillz works fine"
Outside of that I'm running the kernel with Wheatley and row with tls's root box and couldn't be happier.
This is the only kernel I've flashed that I haven't had issues with .
So thanks again

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22nd February 2013, 03:00 PM |#14  
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I can't seem to get the setting to stick on boot with trickster mod "no frillz works fine"
Outside of that I'm running the kernel with Wheatley and row with tls's root box and couldn't be happier.
This is the only kernel I've flashed that I haven't had issues with .
So thanks again

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No frillz it is then
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22nd February 2013, 05:17 PM |#15  
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Hello friends... I just flashed this having Liquid 4.2.2 and I am still getting the T-Mobile page when using the tethering. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.

BTW I have been doing some research and this seemed to be a possible solution but no luck.
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I can't seem to get the setting to stick on boot with trickster mod "no frillz works fine"
Outside of that I'm running the kernel with Wheatley and row with tls's root box and couldn't be happier.
This is the only kernel I've flashed that I haven't had issues with .
So thanks again

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I'm using the exact same set-up. Very happy with everything so far.
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Hello friends... I just flashed this having Liquid 4.2.2 and I am still getting the T-Mobile page when using the tethering. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.

BTW I have been doing some research and this seemed to be a possible solution but no luck.

Check out this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1931992

That should resolve your issue.
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Stupid question might get stupid answer but... How does this kernel work with the newest PACman ROM? I've been wanting to see what this baby is capable of and are there stock kernels out there just in case?

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Stupid question might get stupid answer but... How does this kernel work with the newest PACman ROM? I've been wanting to see what this baby is capable of and are there stock kernels out there just in case?

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Should work. Back your stuff up just in case.
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Stupid question might get stupid answer but... How does this kernel work with the newest PACman ROM? I've been wanting to see what this baby is capable of and are there stock kernels out there just in case?

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It'll work.

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