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13th January 2016, 02:31 AM |#231  
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I can add your profile if you want. What name do you want for it?

I don't care if what you call it but I just wanted to point it out in case someone uses one of these presets and things somethings wrong with their phone. Personally I would rather you wait to see what people's consensus is on these settings. But it is your kernel and app and obviously your very experienced.
 
 
13th January 2016, 02:31 AM |#232  
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Does selinux enforcing work with this kernel? I'd like to continue using pay...
13th January 2016, 02:33 AM |#233  
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Does selinux enforcing work with this kernel? I'd like to continue using pay...

Yes, the kernel is Enforcing but that doesn't make a difference with Android Pay.
13th January 2016, 02:44 AM |#234  
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I'm very happy about that.

Thermal Throttle Threshold (increased to prevent premature offline of big cores) -> you don't need this anymore since r2, I removed the ability for the big cores to go offline entirely on r2, that's why she notices the big improvement since then!
I'm not sure I would run those interactive "tweaks", I would rather just use stock FK settings and if she still complains about performance then bump the input_boost_ms inside CPU-Manager (if you have the app of course, otherwise I'll tell you the command) to 1000 or even 1500.

appreciate the advice, she's leaving town tomorrow so i'm nervous to play with it before but i'll keep what said in mind for more testing when she returns. but yeah we've both purchased all your apps since nexus4 lol

thanks again
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13th January 2016, 03:40 AM |#235  
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Is there any way to make this kernel work with SuperSU 2.50 (the last system-mode version)?
13th January 2016, 03:44 AM |#236  
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Is there any way to make this kernel work with SuperSU 2.50 (the last system-mode version)?

Nope. You can always compile it yourself with a modified sepolicy but Franco has said he is sticking with systemless root.
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13th January 2016, 05:04 AM |#237  
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When i boot into twrp I'm aware that twrp decrypts the data but is it possible to have the phone say decrypted under settings > security > encryption using this kernel? I could swear when i was running EX kernel the phone said decrypted but maybe I'm incorrect

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13th January 2016, 05:06 AM |#238  
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When i boot into twrp I'm aware that twrp decrypts the data but is it possible to have the phone say decrypted under settings > security > encryption using this kernel? I could swear when i was running EX kernel the phone said decrypted but maybe I'm incorrect

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It will say Encrypt Phone if you are decrypted. If you aren't decrypted already, you need to boot into TWRP, select Wipe then hit Format Data. This will nuke your internal storage and app data so make a backup before you do that.
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13th January 2016, 05:18 AM |#239  
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It will say Encrypt Phone if you are decrypted. If you aren't decrypted already, you need to boot into TWRP, select Wipe then hit Format Data. This will nuke your internal storage and app data so make a backup before you do that.

Huh... I did format data. Weird, that it says encrypted. I'll boot into twrp and format data again and post if that works for me now. Appreciate the quick response @nathanchance

So I did format data like you said and now it says encrypt phone. Thanks again my dude

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13th January 2016, 10:56 AM |#240  
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Huh... I did format data. Weird, that it says encrypted. I'll boot into twrp and format data again and post if that works for me now. Appreciate the quick response @nathanchance

So I did format data like you said and now it says encrypt phone. Thanks again my dude

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Does it say encrypt phone encrypted? It's displayed under settings / security right?

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13th January 2016, 01:12 PM |#241  
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Does it say encrypt phone encrypted? It's displayed under settings / security right?

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Now that my phone is decrypted it says Encrypt phone underneath Encryption and yes it's under settings > security.

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