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19th December 2015, 04:19 PM |#511  
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why i can't change it? Click image for larger version

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22nd December 2015, 12:13 AM |#512  
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why i can't change it? Attachment 3582091

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Because the kernel you are using does not support it being changed... If Kernel Adiutor does not show an option, or allow you to adjust an option, it is your kernel, not the app, and you need to take up such problems in your kernel thread.

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Guys i have some problems restoring profile. It doesn't restore the right settings.
Any solution? Ty

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Erase cache and data for the app in app settings... Try from a clean slate. Normally if you set apply on boot in the sections you want, it will restore your most recent settings at 5 seconds by default.

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22nd December 2015, 01:31 AM |#513  
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Is there a control for heptic feedback?
28th December 2015, 09:06 AM |#515  
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Hi
Profile quick tile did not ever work for me (since it was introduced).
The quick tile appears, but profiles are not switched, everything I push (I have five profiles with different governors and max CPU limits) performance governor and max cpu frequency are set.
The widget instead works correctly.

DEVICE: Samsung SGS2 plus
ROM: Blisspop 4.03 (Android 5.1.1) <-- Kernel Adiutor is preinstalled, but I update it from Fdroid every time.

Thanks for your attention.
29th December 2015, 12:32 PM |#516  
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any idea for my posted problem?

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30th December 2015, 09:24 PM |#517  
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A suggestion here ... wouldn't it be great if in Profiles we could see which profile we're currently using? Just some sort of indication? As it is now i can only apply a given profile but can't see later on which one is being used.
31st December 2015, 02:15 AM |#518  
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Anyway to adjust individual speaker gain in nexus 6p?

Elementalx kernel supports it

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1st January 2016, 03:17 PM |#519  
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AEL Kernel and Sound
Hi,
I'm using this app together with a Note 4 and AEL 5.1.1 8.1 Kernel.
Unfortunately it is not possible to change any values in the sound section.
How can I solve this problem?
Thanks a lot.
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1st January 2016, 05:25 PM |#520  
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FAST CHARGE options
1st I wanted to thank you for the great app.

2nd) The Fast Charge option can be manipulated further based on this article so the Max charge Amp could be set higher or lower.
Currently when I activate Fast charge in galaxy S5 Sprint model I get 1A up from 460ma.
I should be able to push it up to 1.5A or even 1.8A
could you please look into this and implement it?

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http://apcmag.com/android-usb-charging-secrets.htm/
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If you have root access and the right kernel, there are plenty of free apps on Google Play that will tap in and accelerate your charging speed. How? The custom kernel will have a ‘fast_charge’ command module that can be toggled on or off via Terminal using the command:

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echo 1 > /sys/kernel/fast_charge/force_fast_charge
Changing the ‘1’ to ‘0’ toggles it off again. XDA-developer faux123 extended this method by allowing you to also set the charge current. First, you run the above command but with ‘2’ instead of ‘1’, followed by:

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echo “900” > /sys/kernel/fast_charge/fast_charge_level
You can replace the ‘900’ with 500, 900, 1200, 1500 or 2000 to represent the milliampere (mA) current level you want the charge level set to. Again, running the first command with ‘0’ toggles the whole thing off and back to original condition.

1st January 2016, 06:42 PM |#521  
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nice app, I like it!
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