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[EOL][OP3T][ROM+KERNEL] Unofficial CyanogenMod 13.0 with custom kernel [Apr 30, 2017]

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By Sultanxda, Recognized Developer on 11th December 2016, 05:56 PM
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2nd January 2017, 10:59 AM |#341  
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Hi, your ROM is so great. Please keep updating this ROM since it is the only CM13 that supports op3t afaik. I'm really in need of this as Xposed for Nougat hasn't been released. But could you please give any ETA for sRGB mode? I tried photography mode in LiveDisplay but I think colors are still very saturated. I can't see any difference between the three modes...

btw, can anyone tell why CM's built-in root manager isn't used? Is there any security problem with CM's root, or just leave users a choice to choose to keep unrooted?
 
 
2nd January 2017, 11:24 AM |#342  
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Hi, your ROM is so great. Please keep updating this ROM since it is the only CM13 that supports op3t afaik. I'm really in need of this as Xposed for Nougat hasn't been released. But could you please give any ETA for sRGB mode? I tried photography mode in LiveDisplay but I think colors are still very saturated. I can't see any difference between the three modes...

btw, can anyone tell why CM's built-in root manager isn't used? Is there any security problem with CM's root, or just leave users a choice to choose to keep unrooted?

Use a kernel tweaking app to enable sRGB mode. Root is not included with the ROM so that you can pass safety net.
2nd January 2017, 11:33 AM |#343  
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is it only me experiencing low vibration ??
2nd January 2017, 12:15 PM |#344  
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Use a kernel tweaking app to enable sRGB mode. Root is not included with the ROM so that you can pass safety net.

Thanks but it doesn't work for me. I tried Kernel Adiutor. There is an sRGB option strangely already turned on. I turned it on and off, but no any difference of the color pattern shown on the top of the screen. I compared the same colors with a calibrated screen and my phone is definitely too saturated.

edit: I googled SafetyNet. Since people at XDA are usually power users, I don't think there's so much need for unrooted ROMs.
2nd January 2017, 08:17 PM |#345  
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Use a kernel tweaking app to enable sRGB mode. Root is not included with the ROM so that you can pass safety net.

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Thanks but it doesn't work for me. I tried Kernel Adiutor. There is an sRGB option strangely already turned on. I turned it on and off, but no any difference of the color pattern shown on the top of the screen. I compared the same colors with a calibrated screen and my phone is definitely too saturated.

edit: I googled SafetyNet. Since people at XDA are usually power users, I don't think there's so much need for unrooted ROMs.

sRGB mode is in Display > LiveDisplay > Display Mode -- Photography is the one you need.
3rd January 2017, 01:47 AM |#346  
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sRGB mode is in Display > LiveDisplay > Display Mode -- Photography is the one you need.

Please read my previous post. I tried Photography (and the other two) and nothing happens.
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3rd January 2017, 04:18 AM |#347  
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Please read my previous post. I tried Photography (and the other two) and nothing happens.

Like I said earlier, setting sRGB mode using kernel adiutor works for me. I don't know why it doesn't work for you, sorry.
3rd January 2017, 09:10 AM |#348  
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Could somebody give me the link to the firmware
I upgraded to nougat but can't seem to like the stock ROM
3rd January 2017, 05:38 PM |#349  
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Could somebody give me the link to the firmware
I upgraded to nougat but can't seem to like the stock ROM

Just flash the latest official Marshmallow build. It includes the firmware you need.
3rd January 2017, 06:32 PM |#350  
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I flashed nougat (oos 4.0) as primary rom......i have secondary rom as cm13 sultan rom........ Everything is working fine...... May I know why that restrictions was placed to install only if it is having marshmallow firmware 🤔

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3rd January 2017, 07:42 PM |#351  
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Just flash the latest official Marshmallow build. It includes the firmware you need.

hahaha
yeah I ended up doing that itself in the end
Thanks though
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