This post: Overview, features, screenshots, and development.
2nd post: How to add Spectrum support to your kernel
3rd post: Reserved for now
Spectrum is a simple, profile oriented kernel manager that allows developers to create profiles to serve to their users. This is useful for users who are inexperienced with kernel tweaking or users who want something that's a single click away.
Choose from Balance, Performance, Battery, or Gaming profiles to quickly and easily change kernel settings to your preference, now even easier with the included QuickTiles.
- Dark Material Design theme
- 4 Profiles to choose from: Balance, Performance, Battery, and Gaming
- Nougat Quicktile support
- Launch QuickTile
- Profile selector QuickTile
- Customizable kernel name string
- Easy to add, yet versatile kernel support
- some eastereggs but shhh
I initially intended Spectrum to be a companion app/updater for my kernel, Electron. However, I decided to make the app open and available for any developer to integrate into their kernel so that more users can have a simple kernel experience.
Spectrum on Google Play
Spectrum is also open source, you can find it on GitHub.
I'd like to give a special thanks to @The Flash for being an early adopter of Spectrum with Flash Kernel, and the tons of support and testing he gave while Spectrum was in development. I'd also like to thank @xanaxdroid for all the testing, critiquing, and support throughout development. Also, a huge thanks to @franciscofranco for the inspiration and giving code improvement tips. Couldn't have done it without you guys.
Spectrum Kernel Manager, App for all devices (see above for details)
Source Code: https://github.com/frap129/spectrum
Current Stable Version: 1.1
Stable Release Date: 2017-05-04
Last Updated 2017-05-12