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5th October 2018, 04:39 AM |#101  
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Which gapps do you guys use?
 
 
5th October 2018, 05:06 AM |#102  
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Which gapps do you guys use?

I use opengapps.

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5th October 2018, 05:09 AM |#103  
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Work well, good Rom thanks for your work.

The only "annoying" thing is the brightness, with the bar under the 2/3 makes nothing.

The smoothness is not perfect, but everything's work.

For info, you can assigned a specific sim for a contact.
5th October 2018, 06:47 AM |#104  
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Work well, good Rom thanks for your work.

The only "annoying" thing is the brightness, with the bar under the 2/3 makes nothing.

The smoothness is not perfect, but everything's work.

For info, you can assigned a specific sim for a contact.

blame google 😅
the values the brightness slider sets are still the same, just the way they are placed on the slider isnt linear anymore but logarithmic
5th October 2018, 07:32 AM |#105  
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blame google 😅
the values the brightness slider sets are still the same, just the way they are placed on the slider isnt linear anymore but logarithmic

I've seen this stated before but what is "Logarithmic"? (please excuse my ignorance)
5th October 2018, 07:45 AM |#106  
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I've seen this stated before but what is "Logarithmic"? (please excuse my ignorance)

Logarithmic scale? Google?
5th October 2018, 08:17 AM |#107  
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Logarithmic scale? Google?

The scale my dude
5th October 2018, 08:28 AM |#108  
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On a linear scale,
a change between two values is perceived on the basis of their difference
e.g., a change from 1 to 2 would be perceived as having the same increase as from 4 to 5.

On a logarithmic scale,
a change between two values is perceived on the basis of their ratio
e.g., a change from 1 to 2 (ratio of 1:2) would be perceived as having the same increase as a change from 4 to 8 (also a ratio of 1:2).

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5th October 2018, 09:03 AM |#109  
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I use opengapps.

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5th October 2018, 10:06 AM |#110  
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Hello, thanks for the explanation. Another thing, with Bluetooth headphones, sound is very very loud. Step 2 is the max of before the update...
5th October 2018, 03:52 PM |#111  
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Originally Posted by seadersn

On a linear scale,
a change between two values is perceived on the basis of their difference
e.g., a change from 1 to 2 would be perceived as having the same increase as from 4 to 5.

On a logarithmic scale,
a change between two values is perceived on the basis of their ratio
e.g., a change from 1 to 2 (ratio of 1:2) would be perceived as having the same increase as a change from 4 to 8 (also a ratio of 1:2).

look at the attached pic

Your explanation makes perfect sense but the pic however is wrong way round I think...
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