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I know this has been descused several times but I just wanna know if there's any kernel with that feature or one that should include it.
Why just samsung devices have not this in all the kernels around...
 
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I have with devil kernel with duration limits for saving battery
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it work?
 
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it work?
Yes it does.

Wysłane z mojego GT-N7100 przy użyciu Tapatalka
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Both devil and agni have touch wake but it's not the double tap if that's what you mean. If you set the touch wake for too long your battery will not last long

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I'll give one of these kernels a shot and stick with the more battery friendly
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I'll give one of these kernels a shot and stick with the more battery friendly
Thx guys
They are both great kernels I've run them both. Devil has lots of options and can dual boot but agni is rock stable and slightly more battery friendly

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They are both great kernels I've run them both. Devil has lots of options and can dual boot but agni is rock stable and slightly more battery friendly

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I'll go with Agni then as I'm using this phone for work and need it to be most stable possible with efficient battery
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Is there a version compatible with aosp 4.4 based rom, I'm using PAC rom right now ?
 
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There is an agni version for aosp 4.4 but i haven't tried it. Devil kernel is compatible with both stock 4.3 and aosp/cm 4.4

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