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[FIX][Oversharpening][All Variants] Stock kernel with oversharpening fix.

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24th November 2014, 03:01 PM |#21  
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Where's the gpl compliant source code for the kernel you are releasing?
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24th November 2014, 03:04 PM |#22  
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Where's the gpl compliant source code for the kernel you are releasing?

I'm building now... when i finish all i will git push. Tnx for remember it to me.
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24th November 2014, 03:05 PM |#23  
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Ok, was already restoring ChupaChups ROM. But as you are from Italy and me from Germany I already guessed that we both have D855.

I've seen many people with the corean version here, thats why i asked
24th November 2014, 03:36 PM |#24  
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I struggled to see the sharpening issue before (unless I was on subzero) but just tested this and I can confirm it has gone - good job @Skin1980
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thanks skin1980..
I can used for rom and hd 3.4??
24th November 2014, 03:47 PM |#26  
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D855 Lollipop here, the Oversharpening ist still there. I dirty flashed it, then turned my device off and took the battery out, just to be sure, but it's definitely still there. It also took significantly longer to boot.
24th November 2014, 03:49 PM |#27  
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D855 Lollipop here, the Oversharpening ist still there....but it's definitely still there.

Did you turn the screen off and back on after boot? OP lists this as requirement. What ROM are you on exactly?
24th November 2014, 03:51 PM |#28  
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D855 Lollipop here, the Oversharpening ist still there. I dirty flashed it, then turned my device off and took the battery out, just to be sure, but it's definitely still there. It also took significantly longer to boot.

Turn off screen and turn on...
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D855 Lollipop here, the Oversharpening ist still there. I dirty flashed it, then turned my device off and took the battery out, just to be sure, but it's definitely still there. It also took significantly longer to boot.

Did you follow the instructions?

Flash the kernel (ignore the boot time, we can't do much about that at the moment). When its booted, turn the screen on, unlock it if you have a lock, then turn the screen off - then start to use your phone normally.

Each time you reboot you will have to toggle the screen on and off again before the 'fix' kicks in.
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thanks skin1980..
I can used for rom and hd 3.4??

yes... the lollipop version is chupakernel
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Did you follow the instructions?

Flash the kernel (ignore the boot time, we can't do much about that at the moment). When its booted, turn the screen on, unlock it if you have a lock, then turn the screen off - then start to use your phone normally.

Each time you reboot you will have to toggle the screen on and off again before the 'fix' kicks in.

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Turn off screen and turn on...

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Did you turn the screen off and back on after boot? OP lists this as requirement. What ROM are you on exactly?

Ouch. I got so excited that I didn't read the thread properly. You're right, now it works. Great work dude!
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