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[Mod][6.x/7.x] Xthermal Mod -Fast Charging + Some CPU/GPU Tweaks

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By ravinder0003, Senior Member on 6th August 2016, 08:20 AM
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Hi Guys,

I'm back with the Xthermal Mod.
But this time it is for Nexus 6P.

Introduction:
Nexus 6P is the best handset I've ever used. No doubts about that.
Nexus 6P has got one of the best Fast Charging.

But why I always get around 800-1100 mA current while charging?
Max to max I get 1500-1700 mA current.
Is this the best fast charging I can get?

Then I opened my thermal engine file and started working on it.

Goal:
Xthermal_Fast_Charge: Here I tried to boost my charging current/speed while keeping rest values to their default.
Xthermal_Performance: Here I tried to boost my charging current/speed + Same basic CPU & GPU tweaks are also applied.

I have successfully been able to achieve average 2600-2800 mA current. (Stock charger supports Max 3000 mA)

Tested with roms based on "N" aka Android 7.x.

Downloads:
Links for Marshmallow:
Xthermal_Fast_Charging_Only.zip
Xthermal_Performance+Fast_Charging.zip
Xthermal_Gaming+Fast_Charging.zip
Back_To_Stock.zip

Links for Nougat:
Xthermal_Fast_Charging_Only.zip
Xthermal_Performance+Fast_Charging.zip
Xthermal_Gaming+Fast_Charging.zip
Back_To_Stock.zip

How to apply:
Just flash the zip using twrp and see the difference using Ampere app...

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6th August 2016, 08:20 AM |#2  
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Screen Shots of Ampere app after applying the Xthermal Mod.

I have changed the initial values only.
So don't worry it won't harm your device at all.
The critical high temp. values are still the same.

*** Don't want to say this but please don't blame me for others for your actions***
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6th August 2016, 08:27 AM |#4  
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curiious to see others results. so this is just to increase the fast charge time? what kind of a difference are you seeing versus stock?
6th August 2016, 08:35 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by r1nstang

curiious to see others results. so this is just to increase the fast charge time? what kind of a difference are you seeing versus stock?

In normal usage I get around 1500-1700 mA current only.
After applying the mod it goes upto max i.e. 2800-2900 mA.

Actually the stock temperature values to control/limit your fast charging are too low.
So we can't make use of Fast charging in date to day works.
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6th August 2016, 11:18 AM |#6  
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Which one should i flash?
Performance or normal one?
Also just flash and that's it?
Cheers

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6th August 2016, 11:22 AM |#7  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Prattham

Which one should i flash?
Performance or normal one?
Also just flash and that's it?
Cheers

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Yupp just flash it using twrp...
Xthermal_Fast_Charge.zip have only fast charging tweaks ...
But Xthermal_Performance.zip have fast charging tweaks + other cpu and gpu tweaks to boost the performance too...

I'm personally using Xthermal_Performance.zip...
6th August 2016, 11:24 AM |#8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ravinder0003

Yupp just flash it using twrp...
Xthermal_Fast_Charge.zip have only fast charging tweaks ...
But Xthermal_Performance.zip have fast charging tweaks + other cpu and gpu tweaks to boost the performance too...

I'm personally using Xthermal_Performance.zip...

I'll try both and report back
Looks very interesting though
Thank you so much for your work

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6th August 2016, 12:05 PM |#9  
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Interesting
6th August 2016, 01:40 PM |#10  
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Tried it out just now. Works just like it says! Screenshots show it. Great job!
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6th August 2016, 01:46 PM |#11  
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How long does it take to charge? 0 to 100
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