MISC is the charger type which has no connection on the data pins.
genuine chargers are detected as AC, others (such as cheap car chargers) are detected as MISC.
that is why you lose charge while using navigation (gps on) when connected to a car charger.
the default MISC value was 450. I have increased it to 550.
the other changes are up to you...
I always want to keep default settings stock (or at least close enough to stock).
I don't use it, so I don't have it in/as a script but have you seen one, you have seen them all ^^ Just save the following text in the code block as a file (no file extension!, for example 95chargingvalues) and copy it to /etc/init.d/. Then change permissions so it's executable (via shell this is done by "chmod 777 95chargingvalues"), most root-fileexplorer can do this via long press on the file I think.
#!/system/bin/sh #customize voltages to your values echo "1000 1000 450" > sys/devices/virtual/misc/charge_current/charge_current
Sorry to be the partypooper, but I just had a wakeup-lock with the beta1 version. Will have to flash beta2 and then keep an eye on that, but I think this will have to wait till tomorrow.
Oh and also: maybe you could re-activate /proc/kmsg as long as we are working with betas so we can take some logs to check for issues?
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Quoting myself here. Since you have to edit the file anyway there is not that much use for a prepacked zip IMHO...
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