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2nd February 2016, 09:39 PM |#501  
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First of all, thank you very much for your efforts and your contributions to the Nexus Family. The value of my Nexus devices increases rapidly as soon as I flash your kernel. Muito obrigado!

I´ve stumbled upon another Kernel-Developer who implemented this into his own kernel:

- wlan: qcacld-2.0: Get LA.BF64.1.2.9 from caf (No Wi-Fi issues/No slow Wi-Fi/No disconnection)

Is there any chance you could implement this too? I really don't want to switch a kernel that is overloaded with "features" I don't really need and want to stay with yours.
2nd February 2016, 10:33 PM |#502  
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First of all, thank you very much for your efforts and your contributions to the Nexus Family. The value of my Nexus devices increases rapidly as soon as I flash your kernel. Muito obrigado!

I´ve stumbled upon another Kernel-Developer who implemented this into his own kernel:

- wlan: qcacld-2.0: Get LA.BF64.1.2.9 from caf (No Wi-Fi issues/No slow Wi-Fi/No disconnection)

Is there any chance you could implement this too? I really don't want to switch a kernel that is overloaded with "features" I don't really need and want to stay with yours.

Questions: how can he claim no wifi issues, no slow wi-fi and no disconnection? Stock works exactly like that. The qcacld subsystem is ridiculously huge, there's probably not a single person outside that team that understands those drivers.

That said, can you link me to the commit? I think I'd rather stay with the stock wlan drivers, I'm sure Google will update them on the next release.
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3rd February 2016, 08:54 AM |#503  
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Hi all, could you tel me how to change the haptic feedback value.
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3rd February 2016, 08:55 AM |#504  
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Hi all, could you tel me how to change the haptic feedback value.
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Use the FKUpdater app that is available on the Play Store (you may be able to use Kernel Adiutor but Franco's app is too good to pass up).
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3rd February 2016, 12:30 PM |#505  
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Use the FKUpdater app that is available on the Play Store (you may be able to use Kernel Adiutor but Franco's app is too good to pass up).

Yes, fkupdater is a great app and well worth the price. I've had it for quite some time now. The only issue I have with it is color control. I can't seem to figure out how to change rbg on it. As for kernel adiutor vibration control is under the misc tab.
3rd February 2016, 01:40 PM |#506  
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Yes, fkupdater is a great app and well worth the price. I've had it for quite some time now. The only issue I have with it is color control. I can't seem to figure out how to change rbg on it. As for kernel adiutor vibration control is under the misc tab.


How? Just move the sliders. Or is it something else I'm missing?
3rd February 2016, 02:38 PM |#507  
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How? Just move the sliders. Or is it something else I'm missing?

Haha, I missed the fact of the double tap on RGB adjustments which opens up the rgb sliders. I scrolled up and down and just missed that. Thanks.

edit: Ya killin' me. I mean when you open up the colors tab (one tap) you need to slide the toggle over then tap again to open the sliders. (second tap) haha, forget it. I got it now. Works great as does r-5.
3rd February 2016, 04:34 PM |#508  
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@franciscofranco This is new kernel_msm android branch for N5X with latest release 4.4.22.081.1 msm8992 LA.BF64.1.2.9
https://github.com/android/kernel_ms...mallow-mr1-eas
Enjoy my friend
3rd February 2016, 05:15 PM |#509  
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Haha, I missed the fact of the double tap on RGB adjustments which opens up the rgb sliders. I scrolled up and down and just missed that. Thanks.

Double tap?

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@franciscofranco This is new kernel_msm android branch for N5X with latest release 4.4.22.081.1 msm8992 LA.BF64.1.2.9
https://github.com/android/kernel_ms...mallow-mr1-eas
Enjoy my friend

Those are exactly the same Wi-Fi drivers that ship with stock 6.0.1...
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3rd February 2016, 05:30 PM |#510  
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@franciscofranco, will add in the future msm hotplug control?, or do you think it is not necessary?
3rd February 2016, 10:49 PM |#511  
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Could you add drive droid support?

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