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[Tool] Panel Info (lgd/jdi) [Tool]

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Panel Info


Some of you already use it or have used it.

It will detect if your pannel is LGD or JDI.

thx to @Cloudyfa on informations, hints, suggestions about it, basically it's only a wrapper for the command he used in his thread.


I thought if I should post it or not, since I've already released the LKF - Little Kernel Flasher, first I thought not to post it..then I thought, people need information in one tool, then they can handle with other tool if needed so i decided to post it.


Q) Does my G2 have to be rooted ?

A) YES


So IF your panel type is jdi you can either flash kernel which is suitable for your panel OR proceed to LKF thread and it will automatically detect the panel, patch the kernel and flash it.


The interface itself is clear, simple. If you've got issues please post them here in a clear form with full and understanding sentence.

thx


Link: Version 1.1

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1.1 - 4.June 2014 - Added more accurate information (More or less accurate - depending on user input)
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2nd June 2014, 10:38 PM |#2  
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Hi mine is a lgd/lgit what are the differences between the both many thanks.

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2nd June 2014, 10:41 PM |#3  
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Works well on latest mahdi. Nice job.

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Hi mine is a lgd/lgit what are the differences between the both many thanks.

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Just different types. Jdi is Japanese I think.

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So having this version lgd I will not worry about patching my kernels, personally I have never had issue with white lines.

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So having this version lgd I will not worry about patching my kernels, personally I have never had issue with white lines.

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Kernel devs are now creating and naming the kernels in a way you will see which one is right for you.

Usually if it's just the kernel name then it's the LGD. If it's in the jdi folder or the name contains jdi then it's for jdi.

also, if you get the lines it means you have to flash the opposite one.

But it's easier this way, just informative.
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Kernel devs are now creating and naming the kernels in a way you will see which one is right for you.

Usually if it's just the kernel name then it's the LGD. If it's in the jdi folder or the name contains jdi then it's for jdi.

also, if you get the lines it means you have to flash the opposite one.

But it's easier this way, just informative.

Really great you making these little tools for people that don't feel comfortable doing/running commands themselves.

Thanks

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Really great you making these little tools for people that don't feel comfortable doing/running commands themselves.

Thanks

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They are mostly set of commands but yes I know some people want to do things but are uncomfortable typing and fiddling around. It's better shortening the time, make this little things faster and mostly safer. It's a pleasure whenever the tools help someone , you're welcome.
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They are mostly set of commands but yes I know some people want to do things but are uncomfortable typing and fiddling around. It's better shortening the time, make this little things faster and mostly safer. It's a pleasure whenever the tools help someone , you're welcome.

Cuts down on me havin to yell at people for asking the same simple questions over and over lol

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Panel Info


Some of you already use it or have used it.

It will detect if your pannel is LGD or JDI.

Link: DOWNLOAD

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Nice work, bud. Btw, I think you should add the info that the app requires running on stock kernel (before using AutoRec or flashing any kind of custom/patched kernel) because I know many pp will try to run it after they have white lines issue and the result may not be correct
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Nice work, bud. Btw, I think you should add the info that the app requires running on stock kernel (before using AutoRec or flashing any kind of custom/patched kernel) because I know many pp will try to run it after they have white lines issue and the result may not be correct

Thx for pointing it out again m8, I thought of it, too. I'll make it communicate with people to recorrect the status if needed(lkf too):"do you currently have a white line issue?" if yes then the opposite result is correct, if no then the current result is true




4. June 2014 - Added v1.1 - More accurate informations depending on user input.
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